Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach is a residential campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The university offers bachelor's and master's degrees in aeronautical science (professional pilot), aerospace engineering and other aerospace fields.

History

Embry-Riddle began in 1925 as the Embry-Riddle Company, an aircraft dealer and airmail provider, founded by Talton Higbee Embry and John Paul Riddle in Cincinnati, Ohio. Embry-Riddle was eventually incorporated into what is now American Airlines, before reforming during the buildup to World War II in Miami, Florida as the Embry-Riddle School of Aviation, and later, the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute. Embry-Riddle moved to Daytona Beach, Florida in 1965 and was renamed Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 1970.

Campus

This 185 acre (748,671 m²) site has been the home to Embry-Riddle since 1965. Built adjacent to the Daytona Beach International Airport, the campus has easy access for flight training. The main campus consists of an aviation complex, academic quad and residence halls surrounding the student center and Jack R. Hunt Aviator Park. Athletic facilities are located across Clyde Morris Blvd., anchored by the ICI Center.

The university owns convert|140|acre|km2 directly south of the main campus that it plans to develop into a research park. [cite web
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] An upper classman residence, the Chanute Complex, is approximately two miles south of the main campus.

Academic buildings

;Lehman Engineering and Technology CenterEngineering classes and facilities (such as the Thermojet solid model printer, 128-node Beowulf cluster and wind tunnels) are concentrated in the Lehman Engineering and Technology Center, built in 1995 to facilitate hands-on training in various engineering practices. The three-story facility also includes a number of classrooms and offices for departments within the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering. The building was built in part with a $12.5 million congressional appropriation in 1994. The building is named for former Florida congressional representative Bill Lehman. [cite web
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] There are well over 180 software titles available to faculty and students in two computer labs within the Lehman Building, including CATIA, Nastran, Pro/ENGINEER, and Matlab.

;James Hagedorn Aviation ComplexThe Aviation Complex includes the College of Aviation building, Gill Robb Wilson Flight Complex and the Advanced Flight Simulation Center.

The College of Aviation building provides a conducive learning environment for those in the aeronautical sciences as well as the air traffic, meteorology, safety, homeland security and dispatch programs. Opened in 2002, the building houses FAA testing facilities, a flight tutoring lab, weather labs, a spatial disorientation simulator, air safety lab, TRACON and enroute air traffic control simulators as well as a control tower simulator.

The Gill Robb Wilson Flight Complex is the home to the flight department. It houses flight dispatch, flight records, administrative offices, instructor pilot offices and several classrooms. The three buildings that make up the flight complex are among the oldest on campus and are scheduled to be replaced by a new flight building.

The Advanced Flight Simulation Center houses 13 simulators: eight level-six Cessna 172 NAV III simulators, two Diamond DA42 Twinstar simulators, one level-six Piper Seminole simulator, one Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) level-six simulator and one full-motion MD-90 simulator. The simulation center also houses a number of classrooms and offices. This building was badly damaged in the Christmas Day Tornado of 2006 and became fully operational again in June 2007.

Groundbreaking recently took place on the phase II of the aviation complex which is the final James Hagedorn Aviation Complex, named after ERAU graduate James Hagedorn. [cite web
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The completed complex will include a replacement for the hangar that was destroyed in the tornado Christmas Day. The new hangar will also house the Aviation Maintenance Science department, which currently resides in a series of buildings next door to the College of Aviation building. Also included will be a replacement to the Gill Robb Wilson flight complex.

;College of Business buildingThe College of Business building, located next to the College of Aviation building, houses the College of Business as well as the largest computer lab on campus and four relatively large classrooms. The College of Business building is the newest academic building on campus and opened at the beginning of the spring 2008 semester.

;Other academic buildingsMany degree-independent courses are held in the Lindbergh Center, a group of small hexagonal buildings with the designations A, B, C, E and W. It is more commonly referred to as the "alphabet soup" by faculty and students.

The convert|49000|sqft|m2|sing=on Jack R. Hunt Memorial Library (JRHML) is the on campus library and contains over 230,000 volumes.cite web
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The Capt. Willie Miller Instructional Center contains classrooms and an auditorium for large lectures, presentations or performances.

Residences

Total student capacity in the residence halls is approximately 2,000 students. All Daytona Beach residence halls feature wireless internet.

;Student VillageOver 1,000 students take up residence on-campus in the $29 million Student Village residence complex on the north edge of campus. Four residence halls as well as two food venues, housing offices and the office of the Embry Riddle Resident Student Association are contained within the Student Village. The Residential Network (ResNet) technical support lab for student-owned computers is also located there. [cite web
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] The residence halls in the Student Village are Adams Hall, Wood Hall, O'Connor Hall and Stimpson Hall. Adams and Wood are both freshmen halls. Two residents reside in each room, and two rooms adjoin to form a suite with a shared bathroom. [cite web
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title = Wood Hall
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] O'Connor provides apartment-style living for upperclassmen residents. In O'Connor, two residents share a room, and four rooms form a suite for a total of 8 residents per suite. Occupants of a suite share two bathrooms, a common room and a kitchen area. [cite web
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] Stimpson provides apartment-style living for upperclassman as well. There are two variations of rooms in Stimpson. One style has a very large room and one smaller room. The other style has two similar moderate-sized rooms and a smaller room. Both of these styles accommodate two residents and have a bathroom and kitchen area. [cite web
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;Doolittle HallDoolittle Hall, a concrete and cinder block building in the shape a "penis", houses freshmen. Doolittle has a more traditional living experience for Embry-Riddle freshmen. Freshmen are housed two to a room, with a common bathroom not adjoining their room. Four separate rooms share this common bathroom. There are volleyball courts on the northwest and southeast sides. [cite web
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;McKay HallMcKay Hall houses first year students. Two students are assigned to each room. Each suite is composed of two rooms joined in a common area. [cite web
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] McKay Hall was named after Isabel McKay in the late 1980s. At one time McKay Hall resembled an old roadside hotel, and is often the butt of jokes among the students that live there. In 2006 McKay Hall underwent renovations including new floors, remodeled bathrooms and fresh paint. Previous to the construction of Apollo Hall, residents of McKay Hall were assigned three to a room.

;Apollo HallIn July of 2006, ground was broken on the newest residence hall for the campus, Apollo Hall. This four-story structure houses mostly sophomores, and opened for the fall 2007 semester. It houses 256 residents. [cite web
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;Chanute ComplexAs stated before, the Chanute Complex is an off-campus residence complex 1.5 miles to the south of the complex. Named for aviation pioneer Octave Chanute, the complex is a favorite of students looking to maintain the dorm structure, while getting away from the main flow of campus. There are two different variants of rooms, a one bedroom one bath studio for two students, and a two bedroom two bath apartment, also for two students. The complex has a study lounge and laundry facilities, volleyball and basketball courts, barbecue grills, and picnic tables are located on the premises. [http://www.erau.edu/db/housing/chanutehall.html Chanute Complex, Daytona Beach, Florida Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ] ]

tudent facilities

Students make regular use of the John Paul Riddle Student Center, located in the center of campus. The student center includes two dining facilities, offices for the Student Government Association, Touch-N-Go Productions (campus entertainment), Greek life, "The Avion Newspaper" and Eagles FM. Many university offices, such as campus safety and the Dean of Student's office, are also housed in the student center. Adjoined to the student center is the student center annex which contains the university bookstore, mailroom and admissions office.

Other student facilities include the convert|5300|sqft|m2|sing=on Interfaith Chapel, ICI Center gym and weight room, outdoor pool and intramural sports fields. A two-story, convert|12500|sqft|m2|sing=on fitness center was opened in August 2007, next to the pool.

Organization

Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach campus is the largest of two residential campuses that form Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The campus serves as the academic and administrative headquarters of the university and also is home to the headquarters of the worldwide campus.

Academics at the Daytona Beach campus are organized into four colleges. Each college is served by a college dean, who reports primarily to the Provost, but also to the Chancellor. Colleges are then organized into departments. Non-academic departments are organized under the Chancellor. Academics at the campus are organized according into the following colleges:;College of Arts and Sciences "(Interim Dean: Dr. William Grams)"
*Human Factors and Systems Department
*Humanities/Social Sciences Department
*Department of Mathematics
*Physical Sciences Department
*Army ROTC
*Air Force ROTC
*Naval ROTC;College of Aviation "(Dean: Dr. Tim Brady)"
*Aeronautical Science Department
*Applied Aviation Sciences Department
*Aviation Maintenance Science Department
*Flight Department;College of Business "(Dean: Dr. Daniel L. Petree)"
*Department of Economics, Finance, and Risk Management
*Department of Management, Marketing, Strategy, and Operations;College of Engineering "(Dean: Dr. Maj Mirmirani)"
*Aerospace Engineering Department
*Computer and Software Engineering Department
*Freshman Engineering Department
*Mechanical, Civil, and Engineering Sciences Department

Academic profile

Aeronautical science (flight training) and aerospace engineering are the two most popular degrees at the Daytona Beach campus. Daytona Beach's aerospace engineering degree program ranks number one in the "U.S. News & World Report" college rankings of aerospace engineering degree schools without a Ph.D. program.cite news
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] Embry-Riddle has received this honor every year since the category was introduced in 2001. [cite press release
title = Embry-Riddle Keeps Top Spot in U.S. News & World Report’s Best College Rankings
publisher = Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
date = August 18, 2005
url = http://www.erau.edu/er/newsmedia/newsreleases/2005/usnews.html
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] In 2006 the University announced plans to add a Ph.D. program in aerospace engineering. [cite news
last = Harper
first = Mark
title = ERAU unveils new doctorate
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date = September 4, 2006
url = http://www.newsbank.com/
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] [cite news
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Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach campus has one of the most extensive ROTC programs in the nation, and the nation's largest Air Force ROTC program. [cite press release
title = AFA Association Honors Embry-Riddle President
publisher = Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
date = July 1, 2005
url = http://www.erau.edu/er/newsmedia/newsreleases/2005/afa.html
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] The ROTC program frequently wins national competitions. [cite press release
title = Air Force ROTC Detachment Named Best in Nation
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date = August 9, 1999
url = http://www.erau.edu/er/newsmedia/newsreleases/1999/afrotc1.html
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] [cite press release
title = Daytona Beach Air Force ROTC Detachment Named Top Unit in Nation
publisher = Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
date = October 30, 2002
url = http://www.erau.edu/er/newsmedia/newsreleases/2002/afrotc.html
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] [cite press release
title = Air Force ROTC Programs Thrive at Embry-Riddle's Residential Campuses
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The engineering physics program at the Daytona Beach campus is currently the largest undergraduate engineering physics program in the country and the only one specializing in aerospace. [cite web
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Available degrees

Embry-Riddle's residential campus in Daytona Beach offers the following degrees: [cite web
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Cost of attendance

Undergraduate tuition for the 2008-2009 school year is $13,210 per semester (for 12-16 credit hours) or $1,100 per credit hour. Room and board is estimated at $2,500 to $4,500 depending on the housing option and meal plan, per semester. Mandatory fees for the 2008-2009 school year are $560 in addition to tuition. Student's who do not have adequate health insurance are required to pay $373 annually for coverage. Graduate tuition for the 2008-2009 school year is $1,100 per credit hour.

Flight training and personal expenses are in addition to these costs. The average flight student spends $33,800 to $37,400 on flight training, [cite web
url = http://www.erau.edu/db/flightdb/newfaqs.html#costs
title = Frequently asked questions about the flight department and the flight program
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] during his or her stay at Embry-Riddle, depending on if they elect a single-engine or multi-engine curriculum. Flight electives such as the flight instructor course ($9,900) or aircraft upset recovery ($2,200) are available at additional cost. [Citation
title = FAQ for Parents and Students (handout for fall 2007 orientation)
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] Students who hold advanced ratings before attending Embry-Riddle may pay less, depending on flying ability and certificates and ratings earned prior to matriculation.

Embry-Riddle students graduate with the highest student debt in the United States. [cite news
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first = Jonathan
title = ERAU is tops in student debt
publisher = The Avion Newspaper
date = September 20, 2005
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] [cite news
last = Case
first = Brian
title = Board of Trustees to tackle exploding student debt
publisher = The Avion Newspaper
date = November 21, 2006
url = http://www.avionnewspaper.com/media/storage/paper798/news/2006/11/21/CampusNews/Board.Of.Trustees.To.Tackle.Exploding.Student.Debt-2470410.shtml
accessdate = 2006-12-27
] Of the Daytona Beach graduating class of 2006, 74% of student graduated with debt, and the average debt among those students was $52,495. [cite news
title = America's Best Colleges 2008: Most Debt: Universities–Master's (South)
publisher = U.S. News & World Report
date = August 19, 2007
url = http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/usnews/edu/college/rankings/brief/mst_univmas_s_brief.php
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tudent body

Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus total Spring 2008 enrollment at the Daytona Beach Campus is 4562; 4186 undergraduate and 376 graduate students. 83% are male and 17% are female. International students make up 8% of the Daytona Beach Campus's undergraduate enrollment. [cite web
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] Aviation interests characterize most of the student body, though particularly among the aerospace engineering and aeronautical science majors. Daytona Beach has over 130 student organizations, including 11 fraternities and three sororities. Other prominent student organizations include the Eagles Flight Team, which competes in the National Intercollegiate Flying Association, the Eagles Sport Aviation Club, Model United Nations team and the Student Government Association.

Athletics

The Daytona Beach Campus sponsors 16 intercollegiate sports. The Eagles are members of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Region XIV and compete in the Florida Sun Conference. The Eagles have claimed the last eight consecutive Florida Sun Conference Commissioner's Cups, signifying the best overall Athletic program in the conference.

Embry-Riddle has served as the host for several NAIA National Championships in recent years. The Eagles hosted the 2002 and 2003 NAIA Men's and Women's Golf National Championships and also served as host of the 2004 NAIA Women's Golf National Championship at LPGA International. In addition, Embry-Riddle hosted the 2005 and 2006 NAIA Men's Soccer National Championship, the 2007 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship, and will also host the 2008 NAIA Women's Soccer National Championship. The Embry-Riddle Soccer Stadium was upgraded in 2005 specifically to host the 2005 event, and can seat 1,000 fans. [cite press release
title = Embry-Riddle Soccer Stadium
publisher = Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
date = September 26, 2006
url = http://daytona.embryriddlesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=11500&KEY=&ATCLID=619443
accessdate = 2007-07-01
] Embry-Riddle's athletics are directed by basketball head-coach Steve Ridder. On October 2, 2006, Ridder was named NAIA National Athletic Director of the Year. [cite press release
title = ERAU's Ridder named NAIA Athletics Director of the Year
publisher = Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
date = October 3, 2006
url = http://daytona.embryriddlesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=11500&ATCLID=622795
accessdate = 2007-07-01
] Ridder led the school to its only national title in any sport in 2000, in basketball.

ee also

* Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
* Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
* List of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University alumni
* The Avion Newspaper (Daytona Beach Student Newspaper)
* WIKD-LP 99.1 Eagles FM (Daytona Beach Campus Radio Station)
* Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF)

References

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External links

* [http://www.erau.edu/ Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University]
* [http://embryriddlesports.com/ Embry-Riddle Athletics]
* [http://www.alphaomicronalpha.org Alpha Omicron Alpha Aeronautical Honor Society]
* [http://www.eaglesflightteam.org Embry-Riddle Eagles Flight Team]
* [http://sga.db.erau.edu/ ERAU Student Government Association]
* [http://www.avionnewspaper.com/ AvionNewspaper.com]
* [http://www.eaglesfm.com/ EaglesFM.com]
* [http://www.sprl.db.erau.edu/ Embry-Riddle's Space Physics Research Lab]
* [http://aprl.db.erau.edu/ Embry-Riddle's Atmospheric Physics Research Lab]
* [http://observatory.db.erau.edu/ Embry-Riddle Observatory]
* [http://wx.erau.edu/xep/XEP/Home.html Chi Epsilon Pi]
* [http://amelia.db.erau.edu/db/ Campus Library]


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