Elon LEADS virtual updates offer opportunities to stay connected to university priorities

Alumni, parents and friends in eight regions around the country participated in a series of virtual university updates this spring. Now, a version of the update is available on demand to the entire Elon community.

The Elon community is keeping the university close this spring with a series of virtual university updates designed to share progress on the historic Elon LEADS Campaign and other key university priorities. Alumni, parents and friends in Baltimore, Boston, central and south Florida, Charlotte, New York, Raleigh, and Washington, D.C., were invited to participate in the virtual event series earlier this spring.

Speakers for the program included President Connie Ledoux Book, Vice President for University Advancement Jim Piatt and Campaign Chair Chris Martin ’78 P’13, as well as other faculty, staff and alumni leaders. Attendees learned more about important university initiatives including scholarships in the Odyssey Program, the new Innovation Quad that will house expanded STEM initiatives, two new nursing degree programs that will offer students a focus on health equity, and spring admissions data.

The entire Elon community is now able to view the latest version of the update on-demand to learn more about these initiatives.

“This special university update on the Elon LEADS Campaign amplifies the campaign’s far-reaching impact on our students,” says Piatt. “The university community remains grateful for the alumni, parents and friends who are dedicated to our mission and vision and provide philanthropic support of our strategic priorities.”

>> Register here to participate in the update. 

The on-demand video will begin automatically once you complete the registration process.