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  1. Building our university's future

    Elon concludes its 125th anniversary video series with reflections by three presidents on alumni stewardship of the university's future.

  2. Elon celebrates redesigned Arts West gallery

    A gift from Adjunct Assistant Professor Barbara Rhoades in honor of her father and great aunt has doubled the space available for campus exhibits in an Arts West venue now named Gallery 406.

  3. Ever Elon concludes, raising $107.3 million

    More than 28,000 faculty and staff, alumni, parents and friends participated in Ever Elon: The Campaign for the Future of Our University, which concluded on Dec. 31, 2011, and raised $107.3 million to support the people, programs and facilities at our university.

  4. Campaign gift from Elon parents advances Jewish Studies program

    A $250,000 endowment gift to the Ever Elon Campaign from The Levine-Sklut Family Foundation will significantly expand the university’s Jewish Studies program by establishing The Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies. This gift was made possible thanks to Elon parents Eric and Lori Sklut, of Charlotte, N.C.

  5. Gift from New Leaf Society supports physician assistant program

    The New Leaf Society, of Burlington, N.C., has made a gift-in-kind to the Ever Elon Campaign to support the university’s new master of physician assistant studies program. The gift will support landscaping and other work associated with renovations of the Gerald L. Francis Center, which will house the PA and physical therapy programs on Elon’s main campus.

  6. Faculty/Staff Campaign hits record 58 percent participation

    The Faculty/Staff Campaign continues to gain momentum with a record 58 percent of employees making a gift to the university this year. Faculty and staff donors celebrated this achievement in McKinnon Hall on Wednesday, April 13. President Leo M. Lambert accepted a check for $290,464 from campaign co-chairs Jim Drummond and Rhonda Belton. Gifts have continued to come in and as of May 6, the total raised is $303,321.

  7. Final IGNITE Challenge numbers are in: 1,394 young alumni donors

    A record 1,394 young alumni made gifts to Elon as part of the IGNITE Challenge in March, exceeding the 1,200 donor goal and helping to bring in $480,939 to the university. By surpassing the donor goal, young alumni enabled Elon to receive bonus gifts totaling $40,000 from Elon alumna and trustee Kerrii Anderson '79 and a group of nine young alumni. Elon is grateful to all young alumni who participated in the Challenge.