Jason Kaddah and wife
We love the high desert of Northern Arizona, where the climate is perfect with four mild seasons. It’s the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine and the outdoors—and the scenery is stunning.
Jason Kadah (hired 2016), Marketing and Communications, Prescott

The Prescott Campus

Nestled in the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona, our Prescott Campus serves a student body of roughly 3,000 undergraduates and 50 graduate students from all 50 states and approximately 45 countries. With nearly 300 days of sunshine each year, Prescott is a wonderful place to live and work.

Our residential campus offers many onsite conveniences such as food courts, a fitness facility, swimming pool, intramural sports, full-service mail center, dry cleaning valet, and a convenient health clinic where employees 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.

Faculty, staff, and students have full access to ERAU library resources at The Christine and Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center. Faculty and staff also have a variety campus dining options, including discounted meal plans.

Student Numbers
Undergraduate, Graduate (Fall 2019)

  • 2,946
    Total Students

Faculty Numbers
(2020)

  • 144
    Full-Time Faculty

Campus Staff
(2020)

  • 299
    Full-Time Staff

University Admin
In Prescott (2020)

  • 21
    Full-Time Staff


Living in Prescott

Downtown Prescott Arizona

Living in Prescott means access to activities that range from strolling through a quaint downtown art show to rock climbing and kayaking in unsurpassed mountain settings. As a mile-high city, Prescott’s climate reflects a range of comfortably seasonable weather, with plenty of blue skies and daytime averages of 80°F in the summer and 45°F in the winter.

Prescott’s outdoor options are unparalleled anywhere and include hiking, mountain biking, fishing, tours of the nearby Grand Canyon and some of the country’s finest golf courses. If you prefer indoor fun, Prescott offers plenty of that, too, including historic Whiskey Row, world-class museums and performing arts centers and some of Arizona’s best restaurants.

Whatever you enjoy doing most, you can find it in Prescott.