Elon debuts as a top-100 National University, ranked #2 for excellence in teaching
Elon University has moved to the National Universities category in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” guide, ranking #1 in the nation for Study Abroad and #2 for Undergraduate Teaching.
Elon leads the nation in programs that “Focus on Student Success”
Elon University is the only college or university in the nation recognized by U.S. News & World Report for excellence in all eight high-impact academic programs.
Honesty, Integrity, Responsibility, Respect: Call to Honor offers celebration of Elon values
The annual program for first-year Elon students held Sept. 12 in Alumni Gym offered the Class of 2023 insight into the four virtues that are central to the Elon Honor Code.
Elon Biology offers students fresh look at DNA to supplement common reading
The Elon Biology Department hosted two days of demonstrations, reenacting the prehistoric human migrations from Africa 100,000 years ago, to help supplement the first-year common reading selection "Futureface," by author and journalist Alex Wagner.
Elon’s new LaRose Student Commons to officially open on Sept. 16
The new 10,000-square-foot facility will provide gathering and study space to students in the Historic Neighborhood.
Cassie Kircher reads from her new book, “Far Flung”
“Far Flung: Improvisations on National Parks, Driving to Russia, Not Marrying a Ranger, the Language of Heartbreak, and Other Natural Disasters" was published earlier this year by West Virginia Press and draws from Kircher's travels and her time as a park ranger.
Elon MBA, M.S. in Management programs welcome new candidates
Thirty-two students join the 128 working professionals and full-time students studying in the graduate programs.
Muslimedia brings together local Muslims, campus community
The Sept. 11 dinner provided an opportunity for Alamance County and Elon University community members to engage in open and honest conversations regarding the portrayal of Muslims in the media, the role the Masjid plays in the community and other related topics.
#ElonTBT: A bird’s-eye view of Elon’s campus in 1950, and now
In this edition of #ElonTBT, we uncover aerial footage of campus from 1950 and compare it to the Elon campus of today.
The Elon ExperiencesAbout Experiential Learning
Elon opera students take the stage in Florence
Follow along with these students on social media as they perform solos and ensembles during three public opera concerts in locations around the capital of Italy’s Tuscan region.
Joseph Keller '19, Abbie Vandruff '20 selected to participate in Television Academy Foundation's internship program
Keller and Vandruff are among the 50 people selected nationwide for the program and will intern this summer at media and entertainment firms in southern California.
Lumen Scholar’s research part of effort to create lifesaving sanitation solution worldwide
Honors Fellow Michael Dryzer ’19 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Leadership Prize: Courtney Kobos ‘19 explores the challenges facing ESL teachers
A recipient of Elon's Leadership Prize, Kobos is responding to the needs of educators in linguistically diverse schools.