Our location within Florida’s Space Triangle gives us great access to the neighboring aerospace industry and a good glimpse of rocket launches from the comfort of our backyards or the beach.
I love living in the Daytona Beach area because of the beach, the weather and the proximity to theme parks and state parks. There's so much to do and the perfect weather to do it.
Daytona Beach is small enough that you feel like you’re in a small town compared to other large cities, yet we enjoy the benefits of a large metropolitan area. And of course – that beach!
The Daytona Beach Campus
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s campus in Daytona Beach, Florida, serves a diverse student body of approximately 6,400 undergraduates and 650 graduate students from 50 states and more than 100 countries.
With year-round mild temperatures and more than 230-plus days of sunshine a year, it’s an ideal place to live and work.
Our residential campus offers many onsite conveniences such as food courts, a fitness facility with instructor-led classes and personal training, swimming pool, intramural sports, full-service mail center, dry cleaning valet, and a convenient health clinic where employees and their families can be seen for acute illnesses.
Having these onsite conveniences makes it easy to take care of daily errands and maintain a healthy lifestyle while still having time to enjoy a lunch break.
Undergraduate, Graduate (Fall 2019)
In Daytona Beach (2020)
Living in Daytona Beach
The greater Daytona Beach area provides a diverse landscape that allows residents to enjoy the amenities of The World’s Most Famous Beach as well as the benefits of neighboring cities and townships. While the beach and local parks are popular destinations for many, the Daytona Beach area also boasts many other areas of interest. Local restaurants, shops and farmer’s markets are great places to get some local flavor and flair. Regardless of your lifestyle, there’s a lot to love about Daytona Beach.
Orlando’s attractions and Kennedy Space Center are nearby destinations that are both about an hour’s drive from campus. Whether you enjoy swimming, boating, camping, fishing, golfing or exploring history, you’ll find it all right here.
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