The Ashley Guindon Memorial Scholarship
Help us honor and remember our fallen Eagle Ashley Guindon, a Homeland Security alumna killed in the line of duty on her first day as a Police Officer.
Name A Plane at Embry-Riddle
Support Embry-Riddle flight departments and student flight teams and put your name on a plane in the university fleet!
Support the Next Generation: 90th Scholarship Fund
In honor of its 90th anniversary, help the university raise $90,000 in 90 days for scholarships to assist students with financial need at all three campuses.
The Sigma Chi Symons-Tomai Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship will honor Christopher Symons and Michael Tomai, Sigma Chi brothers who worked to establish the Kappa Phi chapter at the Prescott Campus.
Dick Samuels Flight Instructor Scholarship
The Dick Samuels Flight Instructor was set up to honor Dick Samuels, a long-time Embry-Riddle Prescott Flight Instructor, pilot and aviation enthusiast.
Keeping Vets on the Move
Help fund this unique opportunity to purchase a fully electric Mitsubishi to serve the veteran population on campus.
Fuel the Space Flight Team's Rocket Launch to Space
Embry-Riddle Prescott's Eagle Space Flight Team is working to be the first undergraduate student team to launch a rocket into space.
Team Bernoulli: Air Race Classic Faculty Team
Help the first-ever all-faculty team bring home some hardware in the 2016 Air Race Classic.
Help the ERAU EcoCAR 3 Team Compete Nationally
The Daytona Beach Campus EcoEagles EcoCAR 3 Team is going green with a hybrid-electric vehicle designed to save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Let's Break the Electric Land Speed Record Together
The Eagle Works Team at Embry-Riddle Prescott is engineering a vehicle to shatter the electric land speed record of 204 mph, with a goal of reaching 250 mph.
First-ever UAS Buyer's Guide
The Worldwide College of Aeronautics is creating a free small Unmanned Aircraft Systems comparison/buying guide to help consumers in this growing industry.
We're Learning How to Live in Space, on Other Planets
The Mobile Extreme Environment Research Station (MEERS) is building a space habitat simulator to study human behaviors and performance in extreme environments.