The new year always signals a time of renewal and reflection, and winter term at Elon is no different. Our four week-term encourages the exploration of new interests and experiences, whether your student is learning about civil rights by visiting Nelson Mandela’s prison cell in South Africa or using a simulation program on campus to research how local governments will handle future challenges. To learn more about Elon’s 2015 winter term, click here.
The new year also means some exciting changes to our campus facilities. The finishing touches are being put on The Inman Admissions Welcome Center. The Inman Admissions Welcome Center will become the first stop on campus for thousands of prospective students and visitors who tour the university each year, replacing the current welcome center on the first floor of the Moseley Center.
Before we know it, Elon will be preparing to hold its 125th Commencement ceremony on May 23. Nationally acclaimed political commentator Charlie Cook P’15, editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report and a columnist for the National Journal, will deliver the Commencement address this spring when he visits campus to celebrate his own son’s graduation from Elon University Be sure to visit our Commencement website regarding activities, scheduling and the new rain plan. I hope to see you on campus soon!
Jozi Snowberger '07
Director of Parent Engagement
Due to a major winter storm in the Northeast, many students will be unable to travel during the break between Winter Term and spring semester. Read this note for details about campus services this week.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2014 fall semester.
One of the nation’s most respected commentators on U.S. elections visits Elon University on May 23, 2015, to share with graduating seniors his wisdom and insights learned from a career covering politics in Washington, D.C.
Parents Ed Moriarty and Eric Sklut, who have served on Elon advisory councils, join the university's board of trustees.
Nearly 1,000 Elon students, faculty and staff will gain a global academic experience during Winter Term 2015. Their numbers are part of the university's record-setting year for international study.