Law Library

The Elon Law Library seeks to contribute to the School of Law’s mission to graduate exceptionally educated, well-motivated, technologically savvy, internationally aware, and effective lawyer leaders. Thus, it is the mission of the Elon Law Library to fully meet the educational and research needs of Elon Law faculty, staff and students, and to serve as a source of legal information for all other patrons. We will collect and organize information, materials, and media relevant to the study and practice of law with Elon’s commitment to leadership, global awareness, and ethics always in mind.

Curriculum Resource Center

The CRC’s mission is to provide quality resources, programs, and services in a timely manner to support exemplary teacher education and practice.

Media Services

Media Services loans equipment to active faculty, staff and students for academic projects and course assignments. Elon alumni and retired community members do not have checkout privileges through Media Services, since our equipment is purposed for the academic needs of our community.Equipment available for checkout includes HD video cameras, web cams, audio recorders, data projectors, learning response systems, iPads, laptops, and more.

Writing Center

Located in Belk Library, Elon University’s Writing Center provides direct support to students, staff, faculty, and community members. Visit the Writing Center for all writing projects, including academic, professional, personal, and extra-curricular writing. Consultants can help you brainstorm, organize, plan, cite, revise, or develop proofreading techniques.

Koenigsberger Learning Center

Academic Support within the Koenigsberger Learning Center includes academic advising, disabilities resources, and learning assistance. Units within the KLC partner with students, faculty, and staff to help clarify academic policies and direct students to appropriate resources within the KLC and across campus for successful and timely degree completion. The Koenigsberger Learning Center adjoins Carol Grotnes Belk Library to further strengthen a learning commons for student support.

Teaching and Learning Technologies

Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) is comprised of instructional technologists, academic consultants, multimedia specialists, and technology professionals who work to support faculty, staff, and students.