The Charles C. Springs '69 Endowed Scholarship is an estate gift made possible by a new Blended Giving program at Elon
Generous estate gift by Carolyn Alspaugh establishes scholarship in the name of husband John C. Alspaugh.
Jim Drummond ’50 honors his late wife, Joan Summers Drummond ’52, and their Elon experience with a gift to name the spacious entrance plaza at the university’s new convocation center.
With their generous gift, Elon parents Howard and Cynthia Steinberg P’17, of Atlanta, are helping to advance a top university priority.
In his own words, Chris Blair '17 reflects on his journey to Elon, his transformative experience and the scholarship that made it possible.
A longtime dedication to philanthropy paves the way to John H. ’66 and Faye T. Sellers Elon Engagement Scholarship. The "Opening Doors" story series celebrates the power of scholarships to change the lives of Elon students and the generosity of donors who make this transformation possible.
Elon Trustee Katherine Weaver and her husband, Mike, have made a generous gift that supports students who are among the university's highest achievers.
Elon Trustee Dr. William N.P. Herbert '68 honored the late Jim McClure '68 by funding a scholarship in his name, saying, "He was my anchor."
Summer is the busiest time for construction on Elon's campus and there are many projects underway. Read this note for details about enhancements to Elon's outstanding environment for learning.
The latest photos of the 160,000-square-foot facility offer a look at what will become the main floor of the new convocation center, which will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
The Michael Poteat '04 Global Education Scholarship will give students suffering from chronic illness the opportunity to study abroad and have a life-changing experience.
The latest photos show significant progress on the 160,000-square-foot facility, which will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
To honor a local attorney's unwavering support of her legal studies, student Wendy Smith made a gift to Elon Law that was celebrated June 7 with the unveiling of a plaque recognizing G. Steve Crihfield for his commitment to encouraging students who are pursuing a career in law.
A $400,000 gift from the estate of the late Mattie Pickett Edwards ’39 and John Lee Edwards ’41 creates a meaningful legacy at Elon.
The generous gift from Robert and Dilek Koenigsberger P’17, of Greenwich, Connecticut, will bring academic advising and related services together in the new Koenigsberger Learning Center as part of an expanded Belk Library.
Elon alumnus and parent Sam Burke ’89 P’19 and his wife, Kelly P’19, of Hellertown, Pennsylvania, are among the benefactors helping to make Richard W. Sankey Hall possible.
Through their generous gift, Elon Trustee Cindy Citrone P'17 and her husband, Rob P'17, will make an Elon education possible for promising students with significant financial need.
John and Patricia Chadwick, of Old Greenwich, Connecticut., and Bill and Frances Creekmuir of Atlanta have made generous gifts to support Richard W. Sankey Hall and Business Fellows scholarships.
Nick Livengood ’12 L’15 of Durham, N.C., made his gift to ensure that his university continues to thrive for generations to come.
Longtime Elon benefactors Jeanne Swanner Robertson and Jerry R. Robertson received the university’s highest honor at the annual Night of the Phoenix event.
Her support created the Vera Richardson Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life and helped launch the Elon Academy.
Sam Troy ’67 continues his loyal philanthropic support of Elon by helping make global engagement possible for students in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
Alumna Priscilla Awkard ’95 deepens her philanthropic commitment to Elon by making a generous estate gift to support scholarships and athletics, helping to secure Elon's future.
The School of Communications officially opened its new 7,300-square-foot facility on Jan. 3, hosting the pavilion's first classes.
Through his philanthropic contributions, Loy made possible much of the expansion of the Elon campus during the past 20 years.
Edward and Joan Doherty of Saddle River, New Jersey, have made a gift to provide scholarships for talented scholars who need financial assistance.
Elon parents Ken and Malinda Gill of Charlotte, N.C., are among the donors who have recently made generous gifts to support the Schar Center, the university’s new 5,400-seat convocation center.
Hundreds gathered outside Alamance Building on Thursday night for Elon University's annual Festival of Holiday Lights, with luminaries glowing in honor of alumni and student donors.
The professorship is funded by an endowment from Trustee Edward Doherty and his wife, Joan, of Saddle River, New Jersey.
Elon alumnus and Trustee John R. Hill ’76 and his wife, Lesley, continue their generous support of the university with two major gifts.
Elon parents Dwight and Martha Schar made the largest single gift in Elon University history, pledging $12 million to name two new buildings on campus, including the recently opened Dwight C. Schar Hall.
Mike Driskill ’89 and his wife, Robin, of Raleigh, N.C., utilized planned giving to make a significant impact on Elon's future.
Elon alumna Gail H. LaRose ’64 and her daughter Michelle LaRose, an Elon trustee, have made a $2.5 million gift to name a new student gathering space planned for the historic part of campus.
Support from Trustee Cindy Citrone and her husband, Rob, will enable Elon to integrate design thinking into curricular and co-curricular experiences across the campus.
The celebration will be Sept. 15 at 6 p.m. in McCrary Theatre with a community reception to follow.
The Tims Access Scholarship will assist students from Mississippi and surrounding states.
The university is grateful to Kevin Tedeschi P'18 for his support of Richard W. Sankey Hall, which will provide much-needed classrooms and learning facilities for students.
The new convocation center will provide a preeminent facility for Phoenix athletics and university events.
The funding from Oak Foundation will support a growing program that benefits struggling young readers in Alamance County.
The grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations will advance Elon's position as a national leader in multi-faith work.
Kristy and Bill Woolfolk of Hinsdale, Ill., have made a $100,000 gift to help make global engagement possible for students with financial need in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The sixth annual gratitude event, held April 5, celebrated the impact of philanthropy on Elon’s campus.
The third annual #ElonDay celebration raised $955,099 from 3,749 gifts, making it the single greatest day of giving in Elon’s history.
The new Richard W. Sankey Hall, to be located just south of Colonnades Dining Hall, will provide classrooms and learning facilities for students in all academic majors.
Elon parents Geoff and Dottie Jenkins P’09 P’15 are making a difference at Elon through planned gifts.
The March 11 event connected the recipients of endowed scholarships with donors for an evening of fellowship in McKinnon Hall.
A celebration on March 10, 2015, in honor of Elon’s birthday raised more than $702,000 to support students, scholarships, athletics, and faculty and staff.
Gifts totaling more than $1.3 million from two estates will provide new scholarship support for students with disabilities and for those pursuing studies in music.
Elon parents Dwight and Martha Schar have made the largest single gift in Elon University history, pledging $12 million to name two new buildings planned for the Elon campus.
University trustee Jeanne Robertson and her husband Jerry have continued their support of Elon athletics by funding extensive improvements to the university’s track and field facilities.