Elon parents and other family members will be on campus next weekend for the 2018 Family Weekend. Read this note for the full schedule of events.
The teacher induction ceremony in the School of Education marks a milestone in the academic journey of teacher candidates. On Sept. 20, 2018, a new cohort of 63 teacher candidates was inducted into the teacher education program.
Student volunteers needed to help with afterschool homework.
The events were postponed due to the arrival of Hurricane Florence in North Carolina.
The Alamance County Board of Elections is hosting early voting at three locations from Oct. 17-Nov. 3.
The last day to be guaranteed a space for airport shuttles for Fall Break is Wednesday, Sept. 26.
Seventeen members of Elon News Network stayed on campus last week to cover the impact of Hurricane Florence, regularly updating the campus on the unpredictable nature of the storm and the effects it had on community members.
The celebration will feature events through Oct. 15 and is organized by Elon's El Centro de Español and focuses on the histories, cultures and contributions of the Hispanic and Latinx communities to the United States.
The Elon community is ready to mobilize in response to the many disaster recovery efforts under way in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Read this message from Student Life Vice President Jon Dooley.
At noon in the Snow Family Grand Atrium in Schar Hall, people will be able to eat for free ... if they sign away their First Amendment rights.
Student volunteers needed for fundraising ball to provide financial aid to struggling cancer patients.
President Book offers this video message as the Elon community returns to campus following Hurricane Florence, which devastated the coastal areas of North Carolina and South Carolina and has caused widespread and catastrophic flooding.
A series of videos featuring a variety of leaders from around Elon University's campus with helpful advice on how to stay safe during Hurricane Florence.
Students, faculty and staff enjoyed great food and discussed empathy and how to talk to each other across differences.
Elon is the top-ranked master’s university in the South and the #1 university for teaching and innovation.
Student volunteers needed to help plan a fall fundraiser.
The accounting and finance honor organization welcomed 23 new members in fall 2018.
Elon offers pluralistic prayer services and community meals on campus as part of Rosh Hashanah.
Volunteers needed to help assemble yard signs.
The commemoration will also include viewings of "United 93," a film about the hijacked plane that crashed in rural Pennsylvania during the terrorist attacks, in LaRose Theatre on Sept. 11.
Rebecca Elliott L'19 was honored in the Adam A. Milani Disability Law Writing Competition sponsored by the Mercer University School of Law and the ABA Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law.
‘Hate in America’: Emmanuel Morgan ’19 chronicles hate crimes and related LGBTQ issues in national News21 investigation
During his 10-week fellowship this summer, the journalism major and Elon News Network executive director joined 37 student journalists from across the country to explore the growing climate of hate in the United States.
First-Year Elections Applications are due at 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 3. Mandatory Meeting for all candidates at 5:15 p.m. in Moseley 216 on Monday, Sept. 3.
Volunteers needed to help make city parks tobacco-free.
Volunteers needed to distribute food to families.
Volunteers needed for an LGBT Pride festival featuring live music, vendors, and food trucks.
Elon faculty & students attended the Forced Migration Institute, presenting and participating in discussions on current refugee and immigrant policies
Meeting highlights included Elon’s Beta Alpha Psi president winning the Project Run With It competition and Professor Susan Anderson receiving the Business Information Professional of the Year Award.
Meet President Connie Ledoux Book at 7 a.m. each Tuesday for a two-mile fitness walk around campus.
The school supports two residential learning communities including the new Sport Management & Media Living Learning Community in Sloan Hall.
Elon's Class of 2022 received stainless steel water bottles that are a part of Cupanion's Fill it Forward campaign, which provides access to clean water for millions of people globally.
Students, faculty, and Staff are encouraged to bring their reusable mug to College Coffee each week for a chance to win $100 Phoenix Cash.
Drumming is FUN - Expand Your Global Horizons
The media analytics and communication design major stretched her analytics skills this summer investigating the economic impact of NASA inventions.
More than 1,700 of Elon's newest students were surrounded by friends and family Under the Oaks as faculty, staff and students celebrated the formal start of the academic year.
The 1,690 members of the Class of 2022 were met by hundreds from the Elon University community to help them settle into their new homes and begin their academic careers at the university.
The Student Handbook contains critical information associated with the student code of conduct as well as information regarding campus policies and regulations.
Read this message from Jon Dooley, vice president for student life, to returning Elon students.
The Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement is hosting a range of service opportunities on Friday afternoons this fall to allow students to get involved in our community.
All CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS returning for Fall Semester 2018 may begin using Elon OnTrack now to drop and add courses for Fall Semester.
Join President Connie Ledoux Book and the Elon Phoenix for a flight around campus and a video preview of the upcoming year.
Join Chorale and perform for the inauguration this fall of Elon's ninth president, Connie Ledoux Book
Find out more information and download instructions for the app, which will support New Student Orientation and other events throughout the year.
Intern Insider: Erin Morsheimer’s lifetime of athletics leads her to internship with Super Bowl champion Eagles
The senior sport management major, who plays on Elon’s women’s lacrosse team, is working as a ticket and fan services intern for the NFL franchise.
“Drag Queen Storytime,” directed and produced by Emma Kopkowski ’20 and Tyler Litwin ’20, will be shown on Aug. 16 and 17 at The Carolina Theatre of Durham.
Eighteen members of the Class of 2022 spent nearly a week working with local nonprofit groups to learn about the surrounding community.
In Convocation remarks to the Class of 2020, one of North Carolina’s top philanthropic leaders encouraged Elon Law’s newest students to never forget the fortunes of fate that brought them to law school or the responsibilities they have to serve the public with a legal education.
Monday, Sept. 24 at 4:30 p.m. in McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center.
Intern Insider: Sarah Wood’s study abroad experience in South Africa leads to interview with grandson of Nelson Mandela
The senior journalism and international & global studies major completed the interview as an intern with Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Professional staff members from across eight universities joined for the inaugural N.C. LGBTQ Center Staff Conference this summer.