Students who plan to enroll in Elon’s engineering program can also apply for
one of the merit-based scholarships. Two scholarships of $7,000 each are awarded annually to incoming freshmen based on academic performance and potential.
With Elon’s dual-degree engineering program, you can earn two undergraduate degrees: a bachelor’s degree from Elon and a bachelor’s degree from an engineering school. Students spend the first three years at Elon and the final two years at one of six engineering schools affiliated with Elon.
Career & Internship Tools
The Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) provides guidance and support to students as they pursue successful careers and post-graduate work in engineering. The SPDC assists with career exploration, job/internship searching, interview preparation, the graduate school process and much more. To schedule an appointment, call 336-278-6538 or stop by Moseley 140.
E2 – Elon Engineers
The purpose of the Elon Engineering Club is to provide support for students interested in Engineering subjects. The only requirement is to have an interest in topics of Engineering! You do not have to be an Engineering student to be a part of this club. Every semester the Engineering Club tries to hold at least three meetings.