Moseley Center's summer hours have ended, with the campus center extending its hours as faculty and students return to campus.
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The Council on Civic Engagement hosts this annual recap of the new events from the summer on Wednesday, Aug. 30, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in McKinnon Hall.
Anyone interested in applying for a job with Campus Recreation will need to attend one of our four information sessions.
See the departmental website for the schedule. Read below to determine if you need to take (or retake) a language assessment.
Elon's large choral ensemble is open to all Elon students.
Camerata and elan are open to all Elon students and are auditioning now for Fall 2017.
The pilot program will continue for fall. Students are encouraged to enroll now.
On Tuesday May 8, physics and engineering students and faculty sat down together for the annual banquet and award ceremony.
The one-credit courses are designed to help students make informed life decisions as professional adults.
A variety of events will be held around the country to help welcome the newest members of the Elon family.
A new cohort of students begins the Master of Education program this summer, representing 11 North Carolina school districts, two out-of-state districts and five other countries.
Fourteen first and second year physician assistant students, four faculty members and an alumna participated in events at the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) National Conference, held May 16-20, 2017 in Las Vegas.
Carleigh High, Chris Scott, Kellie Ruffer and Chris Antonelli and Joanna Bayliss along with Professor Janet M. Cope recently published manuscripts in the International Journal of Anatomical Variations.
The Writing Center, located in Belk Library, is open for the summer.
Stephanie Hays '18 was honored for her design work. Two other students were named national finalists in the same contest.
The department gathered on May 3 to celebrate the accomplishments of its students.
Students will work for employers such as EY, TIAA, Credit Suisse, L’Oréal, PwC and PepsiCo.
Here's a look at where some of the 2017 School of Communications graduates are headed following Commencement.
Members of the graduating class of Elon Business Fellows were presented with medallions in a ceremony in front of faculty, staff, family and friends.
Communications faculty and staff celebrated this year’s seniors and their families with a May 19 reception in Snow Family Grand Atrium.
Seniors Andrew Brailey and Ken Crew were recognized for their outstanding economics theses.
The international business students will graduate with one degree from Elon and one degree from a European partner institution.
The annual award is presented to the most outstanding graduating Elon MBA student.
Twelve management majors successfully completed testing to earn the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® designation.
Twenty-nine students presented individual comprehensive research projects on economic issues.
Moseley Center has alternative hours for finals week through graduation.
The chemistry department hosted its annual picnic and awards ceremony on Monday, May 8, and recognized outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
Elon students joined students from local universities for a clinic focused on helping local companies improve their environmental and social impact.
Katharine Frazier, Stephen Farabee and Michael Drane received scholarships to pursue Certified Management Accountant certification.
Caroline Perry ’18 collaborated internationally to develop a business proposal for a large multinational company.
This year, Elon’s unique version of their “New York Showcase” resulted in 100 percent of the Class of 2017 being called in for Broadway shows and Tours or being signed by top New York agents.
Biochemistry faculty and students, physical therapy education faculty attend national Experimental Biology conference in Chicago
Experimental Biology is the annual meeting of six societies comprised of more than 14,000 scientists and 50 guest societies.
The Chandler Family Professional Sales Center recognized Sophie Pearson ’17 and Brett Huntley ’17 with the Earl D. Honeycutt, Jr. Sales Leadership Award.
Center for Engaged Learning’s Student Seminars offer a chance for students to share their perspectives on engaged learning and to build relationships with faculty exploring learning experiences on campus.
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The School of Education and the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity held a Boy Scout Merit Badge College for local Scouts.
The Fraternity and Sorority Life community participated in various philanthropic work during March and April including the annual Food Drive and Greek Dance.
The Elon University Caribbean Students Association will host the annual Caribbean Fest on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at Iconic Plaza from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The event will feature music, food, games, interactive displays, food, prizes and tons of fun. The event is free and all members of the Elon University community are welcome.
The team of undergraduate students presented a business case study analysis at the competition hosted by the Society for Human Resource Management.
The Sustainability Projects Database provides an opportunity for students to contribute to Elon’s sustainability efforts.
In 2013, a mere 378 applicants auditioned to be one of the 20 members of the class of 2017. In 2017, a total of 802 applicants auditioned for the same number of spots.
Complete this survey about non-academic writing (emails, social media posts, etc.), and your name will be entered to win one of 20 $20 Amazon gift cards.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wesley Elingburg P'11 provides details on the status of Elon's search for the university's ninth president.
Elon University's chapter of Colleges Against Cancer is hosting its fifth annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society on Friday, April 21, at the PARC in Danieley Center. The event will include performances, food trucks, and an inspiring Luminaria ceremony.
The funds will cover the cost of physical therapy evaluation and treatment for people who are underinsured or have no insurance in Alamance County
Resources for students who plan to stay at Elon over the summer while taking courses or working.
The GEC is currently accepting applications for fall 2017, winter 2018 and spring 2018.
"Inside Dakota" is the first of several student eco-art installations that will rotate over the next four weeks of spring semester
Make an appointment with your academic advisor now to prepare for registration that runs April 11-14, 2017.
Music theatre students past, present, and future came together on April 1 to celebrate Elon's renowned Music Theatre program and President Leo M. Lambert's successful presidency.