A $1,000 check was presented Dec. 3, 2013, to leaders of Elon University's college access and success program.
Darris Means, associate director for the Elon Academy, co-authored an article in the Journal of African American Males in Education.
The associate director of the Elon Academy co-authored an article in the Journal of African American Males in Education.
The facility brought together dozens of Elon students, faculty and staff for its opening—something it aims to do routinely to foster community.
Alamance County students taking part in the university’s college access and success program on Friday shared personal reflections before attending a ceremony that closed out a summer residential experience.
High school scholars in the university's college access and success program receive a hands-on lesson on the history and complexity of wheat cultivation.
High school students in the university’s college access and success program met Thursday with current Elon students taking part in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience.
A partnership through the university’s college access and success program has allowed high school scholars from the Indian state of Kerala to take part in a month-long international exchange.
Local high school students in the university’s college access and success program moved to campus over the weekend for a month of classes and activities that will help them pursue dreams of a college degree.
Alamance County high school seniors taking part in Elon University’s college access and success program were recognized Thursday for their achievements.
Darris Means ’05 was recognized at a ceremony on May 9, 2013, as the Outstanding Alumnus of the Masters Student Affairs Program at Clemson University.
Vidal Morales-Santos is the third Elon Academy participant in the past four years to receive an award that covers his full college expenses.
The group was led by an Elon alumna who inspires her young students to plan for and then pursue a college education.
The session focused on college students who are hired to work with the university's college access and success program.
Funding will help Alamance County high school scholars learn more about healthy eating while engaging them in scientific pursuits.