Take a virtual stroll with Elon tour guides through our residential neighborhoods and other key locations on campus and learn more about Life As A Phoenix.
Living at Elon
Elon has eight campus neighborhoods designed for students in various stages of their college careers. First-year students live in Global Neighborhood, Danieley Center Neighborhood, Colonnades Neighborhood, East Neighborhood and Historic Neighborhood.
From locally sourced, simple ingredients to weekly menus created by on-site chefs, restaurant takeovers, food trucks, impromptu pop-ups, teaching kitchens, chef’s tables and farm table dinners, Elon students have a lot of options when it comes to food. They can eat at any of our three dining halls—McEwen, Lakeside and Clohan—or use Phoenix Cash at several retail establishments located on campus.
Music Production and Recording Arts
Elon’s four production studios provide space for recording, editing, mixing, mastering, and teaching. Write songs, compose music for film and video games. Learn the ins and outs of audio engineering and music production, post-production audio, music business and entrepreneurship, and performing in commercial genres.
Elon’s two maker hubs—one in Colonnades Neighborhood and the other in downtown Elon—provide students space to create, explore and discover using a variety of tools, 3D printers, materials and knowledge.
School of Communications
School of Communications students are immersed in hands-on learning alongside faculty mentors with years of experience in news, interactive media, television, public relations, advertising, web design, screenwriting, film production, photojournalism and sport management. You can also sign up to take a virtual tour of the School of Communications.
Martha and Spencer Love School of Business
Students in the Love School of Business major in accounting, economics, economic consulting, entrepreneurship, finance, international business, management and marketing. Classroom lessons join real world experiences by way of internships, global study, consulting for local companies, research projects and networking with visiting executives.
A hub of student activity, Moseley Center is the place where students gather before and after classes to socialize and hangout. Catch up on the latest news, relax in an oversized beanbag chair, visit one of many student organizations or play pool or ping pong. It’s also home of the Student Professional Development Center and the Center for Race, Ethnicity & Diversity Education (CREDE.)
Campus Recreation and Wellness
Students have access to multiple fitness facilities, racquetball courts, exercise classes, a driving range, a pool and more. In addition, there are club and intramural sports and a variety of student wellness programs.
Belk Library and the Koenigsberger Learning Center
From personal librarians to a slew of resources, Belk Library is a popular place to study. Some of the resources include the Writing Center, which offers services to students in need of writing assistance, and the Media Center, where students can checkout electronic equipment. Koenigsberger Learning Center houses learning assistance, academic advising and disabilities resources.
Elon is a member of the Colonial Athletics Association. The Phoenix athletics program includes 17 intercollegiate men’s and women’s sports in NCAA Division I (FCS football). Athletic facilities, which are all on campus, include Schar Center, a 5,100-seat sport and events arena, Rhodes Stadium, Latham Park, Rudd Field, Hunt Softball Park, Jimmy Powell Tennis Center, W. Cecil Worsley III Golf Training Center, Jerry and Jeanne Robertson Track and Field Complex, Elon Cross Country Course and Alumni Field House.