If you are interested in becoming an Elon College Fellow, you should:
An invitation to come to campus to compete for a place in the program is based on interest in the arts and sciences, high school performance, expression of academic and other interests, and thoughtfulness of application essay.
Selection is determined after the competition on Fellows Weekend, March 6-7, 2009.
Selection is based chiefly on high school performance, an on-campus interview with a faculty member and the quality of an essay written during Fellows Weekend.
The program seeks students who are passionate about the arts and sciences and who seek to have a deeper experience in their chosen majors by engaging in a two-year project with a faculty mentor.
Fellows are selected by the Elon College Fellows Advisory Committee, composed of Pam Kiser, Interim Dean of Elon College; Nancy Harris, Associate Dean of Elon College and Director of the Elon College Fellows Program; Michael Fels, Assistant Professor of Art and Director of the Arts and Humanities Fellows; Todd Lee, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Mathematical and Natural Sciences Fellows; and Tom Mould, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology and Director of the Social Sciences Fellows.
The Elon College Fellows Program seeks to enroll 50 Fellows each year.
Students must intend to major in one of many fields within Elon College, The College of Arts and Sciences.