The Office of University Communications promotes the mission and identity of Elon University through a variety of print and online publications for students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, friends of the university and the general public.
University Communications staff members serve the community as the first source of information about the university. Communications include The Magazine of Elon, E-Net!, social media pages, admissions materials, and all official news releases distributed by the Elon University News Bureau. We also assist university employees with the design of Elon websites and with production of videos to reach external audiences. To request assistance with a project, please fill out the Project Initiation form.
The Office of University Communications is located in Truitt Building on South Campus at the corner of East Trollinger Avenue and Antioch Avenues.
The venerable performing arts publication listed Elon as one of the 10 most represented colleges on Broadway during the 2017-18 season.
"Read on Elon" is a program sponsored by Elon University's Phi Beta Kappa chapter that brings together students, faculty and staff to read and discuss a selection of books.
Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire writes about how a move to ban systems that totally encrypt messages from sender to recipient threatens access to the best security mechanisms. Originally published by The Conversation, the article has appeared in Scientific American, the San Francisco Chronicle, Phys.org and other media outlets.
Jonathan Jones is the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition and an instructor in the School of Communications.
Gov. Roy Cooper recently visited the first grade classroom of Sarah Spaeth '14 at Pearsontown Elementary School in Durham, North Carolina.
Elon University's "It Takes a Village" Project began in 2008 with Elon education students providing after-school reading assistance to 16 third-graders.
Enrique Armijo, associate professor and academic dean at Elon University School of Law, writes about how "fake news" impacts the marketplace of ideas.
Allen Gant Jr. is the CEO of textile company Glen Raven Inc., and is preparing to step down from the role later this year.
The department was highlighted in a recent article titled "How to Tell If a Musical Theater Program is Dancer-Friendly."
Squire, a professor of computing sciences, talks about cybersecurity and how to craft stronger passwords.
Stephen Byrd, associate professor of education, writes about strategies for success for college students with disabilities.
Religious Studies Professor Jeffrey Pugh writes about the impact of experiencing a naturalization ceremony at the home of Thomas Jefferson on the nation's birthday
Tim McFarlin, a legal method and communication fellow who recently concluded his service at the law school, previously wrote about the role of piano player Johnnie Johnson in crafting some of Berry's biggest hits.
Dave Gammon, associate professor of biology, commented on recent findings involving whether cuckoos in Central and South America are mimicking the sounds of another animal.
Journalists are invited to sign up here for weekly "On Deadline" emails that offer story ideas and contact information for faculty experts who can speak about current events and breaking news.
To arrange for coverage of Elon news, or to visit campus for interviews or photography / videography, please contact:
Vice President for University Communications
Administrative Assistant - University Communications
Social Media Manager
Director of Communications - Elon University School of Law
Director of Editorial Projects
Associate Director of Design
Assistant director for video production
Assistant Director - University Communications for Academic Communications
Assistant Director - University Communications for Alumni Communications
Director, Elon University News Bureau
Photographer/Digital Imaging Manager