Graduate Life & Resources
Elon University is home to 826 graduate students across nine programs. Located in beautiful central North Carolina, Elon offers seven full-time graduate programs: M.S. in Business Analytics, M.S. in Accounting, PA, DPT, M.A. in Higher Education, Interactive Media and Law. Two part-time programs are also offered: M.Ed. and MBA. The School of Law is located in vibrant downtown Greensboro, which serves as a hub of the judicial system in North Carolina.
Elon was founded in 1889, and its core values have remained constant throughout history: close relationships between faculty and students, a culture that supports constant innovation, and a strong sense of community. Daily events, social gatherings and sidewalk conversations are the hallmarks of this friendly and welcoming academic community.
The Town of Elon and the City of Burlington offer many housing options that are affordable and close to campus. Learn more about off-campus housing options or review the E-Net Want Ads housing section. Elon does not provide housing for graduate students.
North Carolina Landlord-Tenant Information – Information from the North Carolina Attorney General about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.
North Carolina Tenant Rights, Laws, and Protections – A helpful resource from the federal department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with links to information about North Carolina housing and landlord-tenant laws
Elon is home to more than 200 student organizations. Graduate students play an active part in campus life.
To learn more about student organizations, please visit the Office of Student Involvement website.
Club and intramural sports are also popular with Elon graduate students. Visit the Campus Recreation website to learn more about getting involved and about other ways to stay fit on campus.