You are on your way to being a Phoenix.

Congratulations on being admitted to Elon University! Listed below is everything you need to know about completing the enrollment process and securing your spot.

Update on the 2024-25 FAFSA

In mid-November 2023, the federal government announced that the 2024-25 FAFSA will be available to students and parents on or around December 31, 2023.  As a result, the FAFSA will not be provided to schools until the end of January 2024. While this time schedule represents a several month delay from prior years, please be assured that the Office of Financial Aid will process the results as quickly as possible to allow prospective students ample time to receive their aid offer and choose Elon by May 1, 2024.

Why Elon?

96%of the class of 2023 was employed, in graduate school or doing volunteer service within 9 months of graduation
20average class size
11:1student-to-faculty ratio
284+clubs and organizations
160+global study programs
100%of classes taught by faculty

Secure Your Spot: Enrollment Deposit Deadlines

  • January 10 – Early Decision
  • May 1 – Early Action & Regular Deadline

Note: Early Action & Regular Deadline deposits are fully refundable until May 1. Enrollment deposits may be made via the Acorn Account. Questions? Contact Melanie May at 336.278.3566.

Campus Visits & Virtual Events

Schedule a campus visit just for accepted students. We’d love for you to visit in person but if you are unable to visit at this time, we have many virtual opportunities available, including a virtual campus tour, accepted student information sessions, special interest Facebook Live sessions and classes that you can visit virtually.

Connect with Your Admissions Counselor

If you haven’t already had the opportunity to meet or speak with your admissions counselor, we suggest reaching out now.

Your admissions counselor is a great resource for all your application needs. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, what life is like on campus or the college experience in general, your counselor is here to help. Feel free to contact them directly.