Show Your Elon Pride

Named for the year Elon was founded and launched as part of the university's 125th anniversary, The 1889 Society recognizes alumni who show their Elon pride by making a gift to their alma mater each and every year.

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Support Transformative Learning at Elon

Midway through the fiscal year, the university looks to alumni, parents and friends to continue the strong tradition of giving at Elon. During 2012-13, donors contributed more than $17.5 million in gifts to Elon, setting a new record for gifts raised in a single year. Thank you for your support.

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Reunion groups give back

Class and affinity reunions are a great way for Elon alumni to reconnect with old classmates and friends, and support their alma mater.  

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Campaign for the School of Communications

Planning and fundraising are underway to build two new buildings and form a new quad for communications on Elon's historic central campus.

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A Secure Future

Kelli Palmer ’98 made a big impact at Elon with a planned gift. See how estate and other planned gifts can benefit you and build a vital pipeline of support for Elon’s future.

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News & Events

Opening Doors: Bryanna Hames '18 says Elon has equipped her with knowledge, ingenuity

The "Opening Doors" story series celebrates the power of scholarships to change the lives of Elon students and the generosity of donors who make this transformation possible.

Elon dedicates dining facility in honor of Clohan family

The dedication was in recognition of the ongoing generosity of Robert A. Clohan III '67 and his family, including a $2 million gift from Clohan and his son, trustee Charles Clohan '98, in support of Richard W. Sankey Hall. 

Schar Center update: Interior work moves forward

The 5,400-seat, 160,000-square-foot facility will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs when it opens next year.

Opening Doors: Estate gift to endow a scholarship in the Odyssey Program

Inspired by Elon's commitment to scholarship funding, retired faculty member Nancy Midgette, of Montreat, North Carolina, decided to support students in the Odyssey Program with her gift.

Opening Doors: Major gift from donors to endow scholarship in the Odyssey Program

The Sam and Vicky Hunt Scholarship will assist two students each year in the Odyssey Program, a highly selective program for students with exceptional ability and promise and significant financial need.

Making a Difference

Opening Doors: Estate gift to endow a scholarship in the Odyssey Program
<p>Inspired by Elon&#39;s commitment to scholarship funding, retired faculty member Nancy Midgette, of Montreat, North Carolina, decided to support students in the Odyssey Program with her gift.</p>
Opening Doors: Major gift from donors to endow scholarship in the Odyssey Program
<p><span>The Sam and Vicky Hunt Scholarship will assist two students each year in the Odyssey Program,&nbsp;a highly selective program for students with exceptional ability and promise and significant financial need.</span></p>