Downtown Greensboro PhotoThe law school does not provide housing for students. However, abundant, affordable housing options exist in downtown Greensboro and throughout the Triad area. The persons and organizations listed below have contacted the School of Law seeking to make their properties available to Elon Law students. Interested students should contact these housing providers directly, as neither the School of Law nor the University will be involved in providing housing for law students. The descriptions in the listings come directly from the renters or sellers, and the school makes no representations regarding any of these properties. This list is not comprehensive, and students are encouraged to investigate other opportunities in the area using resources such as the Relocation Guide, Apartments.com and Apartment Finder, as well as apartment complex and realtor web sites.

Housing Opportunities


Because the school does not offer housing, there is no meal plan available. However, the law school does have a coffee bar and offers several vending machines. Numerous restaurants and fast-food franchises are located within a few blocks of the law school.


Students are provided free parking in a lot a few blocks from the law school.  Several public parking decks, one of which is directly across the street from the law school, are available for students at their own expense (currently $65 per month).  Students may also choose to arrange for parking in various private parking lots in the area. They might also choose to utilize Greensboro’s public transportation system. Elon Law provides each law students a free bus pass.