Our office’s primary goal is to support students’ well-being and success by encouraging the practice of responsible behavior in our community. We encourage you to review resources and frequently asked questions about our student conduct process as you prepare to engage with our office.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Student FAQ is designed to help answer questions frequently asked about the student conduct process.
The Advisor FAQ answers questions frequently asked by students, families, and potential advisors about an advisor’s role during the student conduct process.
You may also contact the Office of Student Conduct at 336-278-7271 or email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to requests resources to help navigate the student conduct process.
All emergencies (medical, psychological, police) should be directed to 9-1-1 FIRST. Once emergency assistance has been dispatched, Campus Safety Dispatchers will then notify the Student Life Emergency On-Call Response System for follow-up.
Situations that may be deemed a crisis that occur during normal working hours (8:00 am until 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday) should be referred to the respective office of Student Health Services at 336-278-7230 or Counseling Services at 336-278-7280. Call 9-1-1 for a life-threatening situation requiring more immediate assistance.
In the event of a wide-scale emergency event (i.e. weather event), Today at Elon is the best source of current information. Students and parents should consult Today at Elon first for the most updated information, including information about closing, class cancellations, etc.
Counseling Services advances the educational mission of Elon University by providing quality psychological interventions, outreach, and consultation services to address the emotional, social, and academic needs of Elon University students. To schedule an appointment, call 336-278- 7280. For urgent mental health needs, crisis assistance is available 24/7 by calling (336) 278-2222 to reach the Counselor-on-Call.
Elon University recognizes the serious and negative impact that acts of interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, have on individuals and the University community. Elon University does not tolerate acts of interpersonal violence, which includes gender-based violence, sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking. To this end, the University has developed a comprehensive intervention, response, and support strategy to address acts of interpersonal violence. These activities are managed by the Coordinator for Violence Response and in cooperation and collaboration with the Sexual Assault and Gender Issues Committee (SAGIC). To be directed to a confidential advocate to discuss options for support, please click here to schedule a meeting or call our 24/7 Safeline at 336-278-3333.
Campus Safety & Police
Elon University Safety and Police Department exists to support the mission of the University. We carry this out by being a service-oriented agency that is committed to creating partnerships with our community. Our department strives to maintain a safe campus environment to work, live and learn. Report a concern through the LiveSafe App or calling 336-278-5555.
FERPA & Parental Notification
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.