What’s the best way to learn? By doing. That’s why an Elon education is filled with hands-on learning opportunities. Current circumstances make it difficult for you to sit in on a class, but we didn’t want you to miss out on what our faculty mentors offer students.
Virtual Class Visits
Class visits are available during our fall and spring semesters for prospective high school seniors.
Why visit an Elon class?
- This is an opportunity to experience what makes Elon distinctive – our small class sizes, student to faculty ratio, and faculty mentorship.
- Experiencing an Elon class is not about exploring your desired major, but rather a chance to see how you fit at Elon.
What do I need to know before attending class?
- Schedule your virtual class visit at least 5 days prior to class.
- Introduce yourself to the professor.
- Please stay for the entire class; do not leave in the middle of a discussion or faculty instruction.
Register for a class in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business
Register for a class in the School of Communications
Register for a class in Elon College, the College of Arts & Sciences
Register for an Elon Core Curriculum class (a set of courses and experiences that are shared by every undergraduate.)
Register for a Performing Arts class
To arrange a class visit in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, please email Jennifer Strange, Coordinator of Graduate Programs, Teacher Education Admission, and Digital Communications.
What Is Engaged Learning?
Kenn Gaither, associate dean of the School of Communications and professor of strategic communications, talks about the importance of engaged learning at Elon.
Communication Design at Elon
Ben Hannam, associate professor of communication design, introduces students to the communication design major and the value of approaching graphic design from both an intellectual and practical standpoint.