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  1. Campus community celebrates the Center for Access & Success

    A Wednesday ribbon cutting and open house in Mooney building gave faculty, staff, family and friends an opportunity to tour the new home of four Elon University programs that collectively serve underrepresented students from pre-kindergarten through college.

  2. Elon University debuts new home page

    A redesigned home page and global header gives mobile users a better experience navigating the university's website while making it easier for those on campus to find links for email, campus directories, calendars and more.

  3. Planning Week for faculty & staff begins August 18

    Elon University employees should visit the Planning Week website for more information on ceremonies, workshops, meetings and a school supply drive that take place in the days leading up to the start of the 2014-15 academic year.

  4. Teachers challenged to start an education 'revolution'

    In Saturday remarks to graduates from Elon's Master of Education program, Elon President Emeritus J. Fred Young, who founded with his family a company that brings international teachers to the United States, proposed changes to the way Americans view learning and student outcomes.

  5. Carmen Monico presents at international forum in The Hague

    As concerns over illegal practices in intercountry adoption and global surrogacy continue to capture the world's attention, Assistant Professor of Human Service Studies Carmen Monico presented at an international forum of experts informing The Hague Conference on International Law's reporting on these critical global issues.

  6. An Alpha reaches Ωmega

    Seven years after joining the Elon Academy, a dozen of the first high school students to take part in the university’s college access and success program have earned their college degrees. Brittney Burnette is one of them.

  7. Move-in weekend bus schedules

    Buses and shuttles will begin operating Friday, Aug. 22. All Bio Buses will resume a normal schedule at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26. 

  8. Faith Rivers James named Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and Leadership at Elon Law

    Elon University School of Law Dean Luke Bierman today announced Professor of Law Faith Rivers James as Elon Law’s first associate dean for experiential learning and leadership. In this role, Rivers James will provide guidance and coordination for the law school’s experiential learning initiatives, including externships, residencies, clinics and the school’s nationally recognized leadership program.

  9. NPHC Homecoming Step Show - Oct. 17

    Join the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) as they host their annual step show. Members of historically black Greek-lettered organizations at Elon and neighboring institutions are invited to present competitive performances for alumni and the current Elon community to enjoy.

  10. Trick or Treat on Greek Street

    Join Elon Greeks as they invite Burlington and Alamance county families out for Halloween fun, including games, spooky treat and a costume contest.

  11. Elon Law hosts fourth annual Immigration Law Seminar

    More than 100 private practice and nonprofit attorneys, law students and immigration services leaders attended the August 1 seminar. Topics covered included social group formulation for gang-based asylum claims, strategies for representing immigrant juveniles, parole in place for military families and an inside perspective on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Asylum Program.

  12. “I Am Elon” with Ciera Martinez ’15

    Driven by a desire to bridge the education gap, the early childhood education major and Spanish minor works with children of all ages throughout the community to help pave the way to their future successes in school.

  13. Student research shared in poster presentations

    A two-month program ended July 25, 2014, with scholars in Elon University’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience displaying their work for professors and peers inside McKinnon Hall during a special College Coffee.

  14. Incoming students take part in regional service projects

    Two dozen members of Elon University's Class of 2018 spent six days in July serving meals, building homes with Habitat for Humanity and volunteering at the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club through a program hosted by the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement.