Today at Elon
Elon University reaccredited by SACSCOC
The board of trustees of the accrediting body informed President Connie Ledoux Book that the institution’s accreditation has been reaffirmed without recommendations or needed revisions.
Campus safety and services during Winter Break
Vice President for Student Life Jon Dooley shared the following information about operations and safety on campus during Winter Break.
Elon student-athletes shine in annual graduation success rate release
This is the eighth consecutive year Elon has been either first or second in the Coastal Athletic Association for its graduation success rate.
White coat and pinning ceremony for Elon nursing students urges them to ‘make things happen’
Forty-seven ABSN and BSN Elon students received their white coats and 14 graduating ABSN students were pinned during a joint White Coat and Pinning Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 1.
Elon launches new Global Film & Cultures minor
The new interdisciplinary minor is a collaborative offering from the Department of English and the Department of Cinema & Television Arts.
Elon community mourns the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
The trailblazing legal figure had a special connection to Elon and dedicated its law school in 2006.
The road to becoming a surgeon for Marissa Mastrocola ’13
Marissa Mastrocola’s ’13 shares about how her experiences at Elon prepared her for a career in medicine.
Light Unites: Elon community celebrates winter traditions during Festival of Lights and Luminaries
Thousands of luminarias and lights illuminated Elon's campus during the community-favorite event.
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Profiles of Resilience: Megan Curling ‘23
Curling is one of the members of the graduating class to be featured on Today at Elon as a "profile of resilience" for her ability to adapt and succeed in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Campus Alamance students, partners gather to celebrate summer internships
During summer 2023, the innovative program saw more than 40 Elon students working with a range of Alamance County businesses and organizations through university-funded internships.
Crunching the numbers: Emily Alps ‘24 gains real-world economic consulting experience
Working closely with her mentor, Assistant Professor of Economics Brooks Depro, Alps took a deep dive into what the recent expansion of local business facility meant to Alamance County.
Leadership Fellow creates guide to juvenile justice system
Part of Morgan Earp L'22’s legacy at Elon Law will be an online resource she developed for North Carolina parents and guardians whose children find themselves facing criminal charges.