Fellows Academic & Scholarship Programs
Do you want to study harder?
See the world from a new perspective?
As an Elon University Fellow, you will.
And you'll love the challenge.
Check out these six challenging programs:
- Honors Fellows for students in any major*
- Elon College Fellows for majors in the arts and humanities, social sciences and natural and mathematical sciences
- Business Fellows for majors in accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, international economics, management and marketing
- Communications Fellows for majors in journalism, strategic communications, cinema and television arts, communication design and media analytics
- Teaching Fellows for majors in education
- Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellows for students in any major who want to maximize their leadership potential*
In each of these programs, you will have exceptional learning opportunities such as these:
Special courses and faculty mentoring
Housing options such as a living-learning community for Fellows
Paid research assistantships or internships
Scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $13,500 per year
Apply online for the Fellows Programs.
The following information might be helpful as you consider applying for the Fellows Programs:
Fellows applications must be submitted no later than Jan. 12.
Students may apply for a maximum of two programs: one school-based (Business, Elon College, Communications or Teaching) and one non-school-based (Honors or Leadership) program or both non-school-based programs (Honors and Leadership). However, participation is limited to only one Fellows Program.
All applications are reviewed after Jan. 12. Finalists are selected by faculty committees and are invited to attend Fellows & Scholarship Weekend March 6-7, 2015.
Students who plan to major in engineering have a very specific three-year curriculum, which precludes participation in any of the Fellows programs.
Visit the Engineering Program website to learn more about Elon's dual-degree engineering program, scholarship opportunities and how to apply.