Academic Programs

60+ Majors
12:1 Student-faculty Ratio
425 Full-time Faculty
20 Average Class Size

Elon’s four undergraduate schools are home to more than 60 majors in the arts and sciences, business, communication and education. You’ll work with professors who are dedicated mentors, distinguished scholars and active researchers.

Campus Visit

Elon’s renowned 636-acre campus is repeatedly recognized as one of the nation’s most beautiful collegiate environments. The university is located in the heart of North Carolina and offers the benefits of a large university coupled with the feel of a close-knit, inclusive community. We invite you to see it firsthand; campus tours, class visits and special Admissions events are held year-round.


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Cost & Financial Aid

We’re committed to providing an exceptional education at a reasonable cost. Elon is annually ranked among the nation’s “best buy” institutions, and tuition is often as much as $10,000 below other private colleges and universities our applicants consider. Our goal is to work with you to arrange financial resources that will make an Elon education affordable for you.

Apply Now

The university offers a variety of application options so you can select the deadline schedule that is best for you. Special applications are also available for scholarship programs. A student’s academic record, SAT/ACT scores and essay are the most important factors in the admission decision.

Elon’s Coalition for College is live.

Application Checklist

  • Select one of Elon’s three application deadline schedules.
  • Take the SAT or ACT no later than October or November of your senior year.
  • Make sure your high school or secondary school submits your transcript and secondary school report form.
  • Complete and submit the FAFSA and CSS Profile forms as soon as possible after October 1 for review in mid-November.