|Total gross square footage||1,438,696 gsf||649,603 gsf|
|Approximate campus size||185 acres||539 acres|
The Worldwide Campus has more than 125 locations in the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, with a virtual presence via online learning covering every continent on the globe. The Worldwide Campus headquarters is located in Daytona Beach.
A new residence hall is currently under construction. Newer completed construction includes the College of Arts & Sciences academic hall, Jim W. Henderson Administration & Welcome Center, James Hagedorn Aviation Complex (Flight Operations Center, Aircraft Fleet Maintenance Hangar, and Aviation Maintenance Science Building), High-Altitude Normobaric Lab, College of Business academic hall, and Apollo Hall residence hall. Other buildings of note include the College of Aviation academic hall, Lehman Engineering & Technology Center, and Advanced Flight Simulation Center.
Construction is underway on the first part of the John Mica Engineering & Aerospace Innovation Complex (The MicaPlex) -- a laboratory building that will anchor the university's future research park near the Daytona Beach Campus.
Academic Complex II (STEM Education Center) and a residence hall are currently under construction. Other newer facilities of note are the Glen A. Doherty Center for Security and Intelligence Studies, Cyber Intelligence and Security Lab, Aviation Safety and Security Archives, Ergonomics Lab, High Performance Vehicles Lab, Air Traffic Control Lab, and Industrial Hygiene Lab. Also of note: Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center, Aerospace Experimentation and Fabrication Building, Haas Memorial Chapel, Visitor Center, Academic Complex I, King Engineering and Technology Center, and Robertson Flight Simulation Center.