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Making the big decision

Many high-school students know Elon is the place for them as soon as they stroll across campus. Others prefer to ask lots of questions in order to compare Elon and our School of Communications to large state universities or other private schools.

This Q&A section is designed to help prospective students make that big decision. In fact, these questions come from prospective students who have visited Elon's campus or have sent us a query via our communications@elon.edu address. If you have a question not answered here, send it to us!

Let's get started with a frequent question:

Q: I like small classes. What are the class sizes in your School of Communications?

A: We average 23 students in the typical Communications class. Our student/faculty ratio is even lower, at 15.8 to 1, since our faculty members spend some of their time advising student media and providing leadership for the School. Classes range from a high of 33 in Communications in a Global Society to a maximum of 15 in our Great Ideas capstone seminar.

For more Q&A, keep clicking on the links at the right.

Q&A about our school
Q&A about admissions
Q&A about the first year
Fellows program
Virtual campus tour

School of Communications 
2850 Campus Box 
Elon, NC 27244-2010   (336) 278-5724 
E-mail: communications@elon.edu
Last Modified:  10/19/04
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