E-Net News


  1. The Writing Center is Open

    We're open for the Fall semester! Come visit us and make your paper/presentation/visual design document FABULOUS.


  2. A decade of service following Katrina

    Elon University students and staff have organized dozens of service trips to the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina, and as the nation marks the storm's 10th anniversary this summer, campus leaders and alumni reflect on how they, too, were shaped by its destruction.

  3. Elon Law students at work

    Military law, judicial clerkship, commercial real estate and criminal law are featured in part five of a weekly series spotlighting the insights and work experiences of Elon Law students.


  4. KCSL: Become a Youth Mentor Volunteer

    Alamance County Dispute Settlement and Youth Services is in need of volunteer youth mentors to build positive relationships with young people in the community.

  5. Elon named a Top 25 LGBTQ-friendly campus

    Recent initiatives by Elon University have earned it praise from a national organization that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and campus groups.

  6. New Student Convocation welcomes Class of 2019

    University leaders, faculty and fellow students shared reflections and advice for making the most of the next four years in an annual program on new students' "first day of a lifetime relationship with Elon."

  7. Elon Move-In brings words of wisdom

    New Elon families received advice this week on university social media channels from other families that have moved their children to campus in years past.

  8. Largest class in Elon history moves to campus

    Faculty, staff and upperclassmen welcomed more than 1,500 new students Friday morning as members of the Class of 2019 arrived at the university for the start of their collegiate studies.

  9. Previewing the 2015-16 academic year

    In his annual video message, Elon President Leo M. Lambert shares information about new facilities, programs and special initiatives planned for the year ahead.

  10. The miracle of Gabriela Rosales

    Five months after a horrific traffic accident near the Center for the Arts, Gabriela Rosales returned to Elon University on Aug. 14, 2015, to visit with a campus community whose outpouring of support has lifted her spirits during her ongoing recovery.

  11. Elon Law students take leadership roles in summer employment

    Experiences at the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, state and city attorney’s offices and a private business law firm are featured in part three of a two-month series spotlighting the work of Elon Law students this summer.

  12. Gap Experience welcomes members of Class of 2019

    Fifteen incoming Elon University students began their collegiate studies on a semester program that takes them across the nation to grow leadership skills and serve communities with various needs.

  13. M.Ed. graduates praised as 'magic elixir' for young minds

    Twenty-five candidates in Elon University's Master of Education program received degrees Saturday in a ceremony highlighted by a Commencement address that challenged teachers to unshackle their students' minds and inspire them to pursue their dreams.

  14. Welcoming the Class of 2019

    New resources will make it easier for incoming students to move to campus on Aug. 21, 2015, when university faculty and staff greet the largest class in Elon history.

  15. I Am Elon with Ben Bridges ’17

    As an anthropology major minoring in Latin American studies and art, the rising junior appreciates the versatility that comes with his chosen fields of study.

  16. Law students in action

    Elon spotlights the summer work experiences and professional insights of five law students as part of two-month weekly series. 


  17. Putting patients first

    Elon Law student Courtney Pine, working with Public Citizen’s Global Access to Medicines Program this summer, coauthored an IP-Watch article that makes the case for laws that foster faster innovation in the development of biologics used to treat medical conditions.

  18. Math majors present at SURE poster session

    Math majors Taylor Cesarski '17, Kelly Reagan '17, and Jesi Weed '16 presented their summer undergraduate research projects at Elon's Summer Undergraduate Research Experience poster session on July 24, 2015.

  19. SURE scholars present summer research

    Students participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences program spent eight weeks on campus collaborating with faculty on a variety of projects.

  20. Pre-Serve introduces incoming Elon students to service

    Eighteen incoming first-year students explored a variety of service opportunities and got to know Alamance County as part of a summer experience through the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement.