Welcome to Danieley Neighborhood
The Danieley Difference
Named after the late President J. Earl Danieley, we strive to provide our residents a quality residential and academic experience in which they can take pride in their Danieley community, grow into themselves both as students and also as people, and move beyond their time with us inspired to make The Danieley Difference in their future global leadership.
Mission, Vision, and DEI Statement
To facilitate high-impact educational and experiential experiences that encourage and challenge students to grow into their own as people, thinkers, doers, and leaders.
To inspire and to equip students to be courageous people, progressive thinkers, purposeful doers, and humanitarian leaders of their communities both at Elon and also beyond Elon.
Danieley will actively work to recognize and to celebrate the differences inherent in the held identities and lived experiences of its residents, while at the same time holding each other to the highest standards of equity and inclusion possible. We will challenge the misconstruance of human difference as deviance, and we will instill in our residents humanitarian values indicative of responsible leadership.
How We Plan to Make the Danieley Difference
We will use this Danieley Neighborhood Plan 2022-2023 as a road map to deliver our promise of the Danieley Difference.
Facilities and Amenities
Apartments A-F are two-story apartment buildings with four apartments on each floor (eight total apartments in each building). Each apartment houses four students in total. There are two bedrooms in each apartment, and each bedroom houses two students. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen (one stove/oven, one dishwasher, and one refrigerator provided), living room (one arm chair, one couch, and one coffee table provided), and foyer (one table and four chairs provided). In the bedroom, each student can expect to have one closet, one twin-sized XL bed, one dresser, one night stand, one desk, and one chair. Each bedroom has one bathroom attached, and each bathroom has one sink and one stall shower. There are no elevators. Each building has an exterior door entrance, which leads to the interior where individual apartments can be accessed. Laundry is available to Apartments A-C in the basement of Apartment B (accessed externally), and laundry is available to Apartments D-F in the basement of Apartment F (accessed externally).
Apartments O-P are two-story apartment buildings with four apartments on each floor (eight total apartments in each building). Each apartment houses four students in total. There are four bedrooms in each apartment, and each bedroom houses one student. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen (one stove/oven and one refrigerator provided) and living room (one arm chair, one couch, one end table, one entertainment stand, and four barstools provided). In the bedroom, each student can expect to have one closet, one twin-sized XL bed, one dresser, one desk, and one chair. There are two bedrooms on either side of the apartment, and two students share one bathroom area. Each bathroom area has open access to two sinks, and closed-door access to a shower and toilet space. There are no elevators. Each building has external access to each apartment, and each student has their own key to access their individual rooms. Laundry is available in each apartment.
Flats G-K and L-N are two-story buildings with four flats on each floor (eight total flats in each building). Each flat houses eight students in total. There are four bedrooms in each flat, and each bedroom houses two students. Each flat comes with a kitchen area (two barstools, one refrigerator, and no stove/oven provided [with some exceptions]) and living room (one arm chair, one couch, one table, and four chairs provided). In the bedroom, each student can expect to have one wardrobe, one twin-sized XL bed, one desk, and one chair. There are two bathrooms in each flat, and each bathroom has one sink in the first room and one toilet and one stall shower in the second room. There are no elevators. Each building has external access, and each student has internal access to their flat and their individual room. Laundry is available in each flat. Each flat has a study space on each floor. A cleaning service is provided by Elon University Environmental Services (ENVS) staff. ENVS will clean common areas, but will not clean individual rooms. ENVS will not move personal items or take out personal trash.
- Danieley Coffee every Friday 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Daniel Commons Lawn (bad weather location indoors)
- Ongoing: Visual Dsplays
- September: Danieley Clue
- October: U.S. Citizenship Test Trivia
- November: First Brick Thrown at Stonewall Art
- February: Music Bingo – Celebration of Black Artists
- March: Ben and Jerry’s in the Dark
- April: Prom
Get to Know your Danieley Center Neighbors
Neighborhood Leadership Team
Tanner Gill, Community Director, supports all aspects of the Danieley Community
Aly Weaver, Graduate Apprentice, supports all aspects of the Danieley Community
Paula DiBiaso, Faculty Director, supports the intellectual life of Danieley