The #8 ranking for the program comes from College Magazine, which surveyed music recording technology and audio design programs around the country.
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Need dedicated time to work on a writing project? Register now for our Winter Term Student Write In!
The $2,000 scholarship awarded by N.C. Independent College and Universities is based on merit.
Screening of George Gershwin's opera, Porgy and Bess, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on each day in Room 013 of McEwen Hall.
The Writing Center in Belk Library is now open for Winter Term.
A human service studies course has received national recognition from Learning By Giving Foundation and additional funding for class projects.
Organized by the school’s diversity committee, the end-of-semester unity event brought together students, faculty and staff for an afternoon of fun before finals week begins.
The Writing Center will be open through 4 p.m. this Friday. Schedule your last-minute appointments now.
Danielle Halliday ’17 and Riley Billman ’17 won the professional selling competition exclusively for Elon students.
Auditions/Interviews for the Spring 2017 Edition of the Elon Jazz Ensemble
Sophomore marketing, entrepreneurship major represents Elon at Lumina Foundation’s Beyond the Transcript event
The event was part of the Comprehensive Student Record Project, which is a partnership between the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education that aims to develop replicable transcript innovations..
Students in the Wilderness and Adventure Therapy course embarked on a global education experience in Peru to hike and camp on the Inca trail during the week of Thanksgiving break.
Unified Sports is a partnership between Special Olympics Alamance County and Elon University Campus Recreation that brings together Special Olympics athletes and Elon students through participation in various sports.
Students from a history class will be hosting an exhibition titled “China in the Early Modern World”
More than a dozen community organizations will gather at Elon University for the countywide 2016 World AIDS Day event.
Moseley Center hours of operation for Monday, Nov. 21, to Sunday, Nov. 27
Stephanie Bedard ’17 presented her thesis and worked on a global team to solve a real business challenge during the Academy of International Business Southeast conference.
The Writing Center will be closed during Thanksgiving Break.
Students were challenged with complex ethical dilemmas they are likely to face in today's corporate world.
Survey participants will have a chance to win $300.
Club baseball won the Greenville Fall Invitational Tournament by going 5-0 this past weekend with a run differential of 39-10. The other universities that participated in this tournament were Western Carolina, Vanderbilt, Appalachian State, Eastern Kentucky and William & Mary.
The Nov. 13 win against the Western Carolina University Women's Club Soccer team was the final game of the fall season.
The teams will be in the country Nov. 18-27 competing and participating in an oversears learning experience.
Please read this message from Smith Jackson, vice president for student life and dean of students, regarding available Elon resources to support members of the community, promote respectful dialogue and facilitate civic engagement.
Cody Marshall, sophomore musical theather major, created the partnership through the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement to match his gifts and community needs.
Ten teams presented their ideas, innovations and ventures, competing for “best innovation."
Two Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students competed against teams from top public and private business schools from throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
The session headed by four members of the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies faculty drew nearly 200 people to Whitley Auditorium on November 10.
The students competed against more than 60 students in the national collegiate sales competition.
Dennion, a member of the Class of 2016, died Nov. 5 following a battle with Ewing's sarcoma.
Visit Hwy 55 anytime from Nov. 4 through Nov. 28 and present your Phoenix Card at checkout for $1 off any frozen custard!
Your ideas, class projects or research can contribute to sustainability at Elon, even after you’ve graduated.
Applications for LEP are open now through Nov. 14.
Salvation Army LINCS Partners With Vital Signs to Create 100 “Blessings Bags” to be distributed through the Salvation Army.
Heidi Glaesel Frontani, a professor of geography and member of Elon's faculty for more than 17 years, died in February following a sudden illness.
Along with the traditional celebration of Veterans Day events, the university is hosting Military Appreciation Day for Elon's football game at Rhodes Stadium.
Nick Lisi, a member of the SAS executive leadership team, shared wisdom and insights about sales and the importance of understanding customer needs.
Visiting Writer Debra Nystrom selected the winners in this year's poetry contest.
A recent study by Elon economics students has found that Sustainable Alamance, a community initiative helps local residents attain self-sufficiency, has had a $3 million local impact during the past five years.
The new track is the third in Elon's Peace Corps Prep program, which launched in 2013.
Lambda Pi Eta hosted an Oct. 27 gathering that included a faculty panel, question-and-answer session and student-to-student mentoring.
More than 70 students, faculty and staff examined the style, subjects and history of political cartoons from around the world.
The N.C. Council for Teachers of Mathematics recognizes outstanding mathematics education students at colleges and universities across the state in an effort to encourage student enjoyment of mathematics and mathematics education.
A pair of communications faculty members and a senior discussed the Elon News Network, which was recognized with several awards at the College Media Association gathering.
Student teams presented analyses of economic conditions and recommendations for monetary policymaking.
The annual conference offers students professional development and networking opportunities.
The third annual Residential College Symposium marked the launch of the new group, with contributions from several Elon faculty and staff.
Maeve Kenney is a senior elementary education and policy studies major at Elon University. She plans to become a teacher and continue to be an advocate for children and schools. Her point-of-view on the future of education was recently published in The News & Observer.