Staff Advisory Council


The mission of the Staff Advisory Council is to facilitate active and direct communication between staff employees and the President and to provide a forum for input and discussion of issues important to the staff and the University.

To achieve this mission, the Staff Advisory Council will:

  • Participate in the shared governance of the university
  • Serve as an advocate for staff and provide input in university initiatives and decisions
  • Review and make recommendations on appropriate issues, policies and procedures
  • Promote a positive and collaborative campus environment by strengthening communication between staff, faculty, students and administration
  • Contribute to the university’s culture of community and recognition

News & Announcements

Linda Wegwart attends NAEP's Association Leadership Program

Death of staff member David Kylander

Tom Flood receives CEFP credential

Tom Flood, assistant director of physical plant and director of landscaping and grounds at Elon, has received the Certified Educational Facilities Professional credential from APPA.

Death of an Elon staff member

Paul Geis takes part in IFSA-Butler's 'Institute at the Institute'

The associate director of Study Abroad at Elon University traveled to Indiana in July 2014 for the highly competitive program.

Faculty & staff leaders highlight Elon Commitment successes

In an Aug. 18 conversation moderated by President Leo M. Lambert, six professors and administrators shared insights about progress on the university’s strategic plan as Elon formally opened the 2014-2015 academic year.

Elon leadership updates staff on 2014-15 plans

An annual meeting in Whitley Auditorium allowed university administrators to talk with staff about goals for the upcoming year.


Death of an Elon University staff member

Randy Williams named presidential fellow & dean of Multicultural Affairs

The veteran college administrator will provide overall leadership for the Multicultural Center while working closely with Elon University President Leo M. Lambert and members of the senior staff to advance institutional diversity initiatives.

Elon employees donate food to local nonprofit

A canned food drive on the university's recent Staff Appreciation Day aided Allied Churches of Alamance County, a Burlington, N.C.-based charity that operates a food pantry to serve the region's hungry and homeless.