Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach Reviews
I like ERAU's spirit in getting their students involved and having events all throughout the week to get the interest of students and parents. For example, when ERAU brought ERAU alumni who came to the campus to show their planes and talk with students about future opportunities. The classes are interesting depending if it's the right professor. If you are lucky, you can have the funniest and most helpful professors who are professionals in their fields and are always there to help you if you have any questions. The school could improve on their food quality and dorm life. The internet is different depending if you need to buy a router or not because of how slow and unbearable the internet is. The school gym could use some extra space and extra equipment. The small things do add up to have a big issue. When you live on or off campus, there is a huge difference. But apart from that, it is a great school to be in.
Very good school for anything aerospace, aeronautics, flight, and engineering related. Campus is nice, and you’re sure to meet people from all over who have similar interests to you. Professors are pretty good and some are outstanding. The AFROTC detatchment is one of the best in the country and truly pushes you to suceed. You just have to survive eating Sodexo food for four years ....
Great school for engineering as well as other sciences. Lots of flight and engineering students, but also lots of other great degrees and opportunities.
The school itself is very good, the academics are very good. Some of the professors are very strict and harsh, but the majority are nice and helpful. The school is very diverse in activities and people. The athletics are slowly improving because as of 2017 Embry-Riddle is now NCAA division 2 team for men's soccer. The school just built a new residence hall which is beautiful and very nice. It is also building a new student union which looks very nice but causes a lot of noise to the closest buildings.
Everyone that is there has a passion for aviation. Despite the fact that the girl to boy ration is significantly evident its a good school to grow and develop your skill and networking connections that are both local and international.
Embry-Riddle is one of the worst colleges in America. If you want to graduate from college don't come here. If you want to be stressed out the entire time, fail a ton of classes, feel like no one cares about you, make no friends, lose all of your money, and make you want to lick yourself in your bedroom and cry yourself to sleep, then this is your college. If you want to be a pilot go somewhere else.
I like this school a lot. Overall, it's a beautiful place with helpful people. I think they could do a little better with the food service here. The options are plentiful but all terrible.
The education, staff, and student body are excellent. Though a swimming club would be a cool add on.
I am a female at a very male dominated school. I feel very safe and secure on campus. As a female and an athlete the party scene is pretty fun, but I am not a big partier. I have good teachers a couple not so good ones.
Mostly guys and foreign students, people really come here to be a pilot, and aerospace engineer, do ROTC, or are a foreign students athlete. The meal plans are terrible, and there's always construction. It's also pretty expensive, scholarships!
Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) is a private university system offering associate, bachelor, master's, and PhD degree programs in arts and sciences, aviation, business, engineering, computer programming, cyber security and security and intelligence. It is the largest, fully accredited university system specializing in aviation and aerospace, and has campuses in Daytona Beach, Florida and Prescott, Arizona, and other locations
Given that I want to pursue a career that they special in . I find that this school has done the best service to me and I love it .
It is a comprehensive university set on making professionals. Everyone at embry riddle, students and professors, all have a set goal to make the aviation community better. They offer a lot of great opportunities, especially if you want to become a pilot.
I absolutely love attending school here. As a flight student, it is an unbelievable experience to attend school while planes are constantly flying overhead. The aircraft at Embry Riddle are well-kept and some of the most advanced training aircraft in the nation.
ERAU is definitely the place that is perfect for me. It has both the flight degree program and AFROTC that I participate in besides my regular degree. ERAU has state of the art facilities and equipment that no other school has to offer.
The school overall is pretty good. Classes are relatively small, professors care about the students, and there are so many opportunities available around campus to learn and do new things.
At this university, I have learned a lot. Teachers are really helpfull and are ready to help any time. Food here is not that great and neither is dorm.
Great training- nothing else (except military) will prepare you to be a professional pilot. Expensive, don't go there and do everything on loans. You wont make enough to dig out of that hole. You will need scholarships or grands
I've been here for about two months now and am immensely enjoying it here. Don't listen to what anyone says about Doolittle, it's a good place to live due to its proximity to campus. I enjoy most of my classes and I can always find something fun to do on campus.
I absolutely love the professionalism, quality, and structure that ERAU provides. There are always events that are cultural and bring light into sharing the community with all walks of life. There is a large veteran population which brings life experiences into campus. The opportunities that ERAU brings to each student in regards to career enhancement is phenomenal.