The event celebrates the importance of philanthropy throughout Elon’s 125 years.
The Oaks Residential Neighborhood targets its goal to infuse Study Abroad/Study USA opportunities into the neighborhood; foster academic engagement around “experiential learning” with special emphasis on preparing for study abroad; and to promote inter-cultural knowledge and competence, including leadership.
Come visit McEwen 011 at 4:15 p.m. to learn more about Global Health and Environmental Science field research opportunities abroad!
Elon University's president details the campus recovery efforts and thanks the many people who responded to the storm that hit campus last Friday.
Join us for Cycle Rave this Friday
Students attended the society’s southeast regional meeting in Orlando, earning award for strategic planning presentation.
As Elon celebrates the 125th anniversary of its founding, a weeklong contest testing knowledge of university history continues today with a chance for students, faculty and staff to win prizes.
Rising sophomores planning to live on campus for 2014-15 will now register on Wednesday for housing arrangements next fall.
With power back to residence halls, workers are focusing efforts on debris removal, tree trimming and building repairs after ice and snow wreaked havoc on what was scheduled to be one of Elon University’s busiest weekends of the spring.
Elon’s Club Equestrian team ended their season strong this past weekend at St. Andrews University.
2014 Spring Break Residence Hall Closing Information
More than 70 recruiters and career consultants expected to participate in the Elon Job & Internship Expo Tuesday, March 11.
Elon University's vice president for Student Life shares updates on campus conditions with parents of students impacted by a recent winter storm.
Courses taught in an academic building damaged March 7 by a falling tree have been reassigned to other spaces around campus.
The pavilion sustained significant damage when a nearby tree toppled because of ice and wind. Students, non-essential university personnel, and campus visitors are instructed to stay clear of the area.
LGBTQIA alumni return for this annual program on helping LGBTQIA students and employees navigate their professional careers and personal identities.
The Elon All-girl and Coed cheerledading squads and Dance Team will be holding tryouts March 14-15 and April 25-26.
You asked - we listened! Are you a transfer student or spring admitted student? Are you looking for a new on-campus organization to be a part of?
Come by South Campus and hit the driving range
The National Association for Music Education recognized its Elon University members for their contributions to the "It Takes a Village" Project reading program.
The trip takes place Saturday, March 15, with a cost of $10 per person.
Most media attention about West Virginia focuses on poverty or the coal industry, but the Periclean Scholars Class of 2014 at Elon University is dedicated to a different aspect of the state — the people.
Come out on March 15 at 8 p.m. in Irazu!
Sink your opponents boats and stay afloat the longest on Friday, March 14 at 4 p.m.
Omolayo Ojo is competing for a highly competitive national fellowship awarded each year to those with goals of working in public service or government. Winners will be announced in April.
Elon's Latin American Student Organization will be hosting a fashion show on April 4th during the Campus Culture Fest.
Come out to learn more about the SMART Mentoring Program!
Interested in volunteering at Family Abuse Services this spring semester? Come to a meeting Thursday 3/6 at 7:00 in Moseley 120.
Elon University's Isabella Cannon Global Education Center created a program that allows students to spend a full semester living, learning and interning in the "Big Apple."
The School of Education welcomed 23 students into its Teacher Education Program during a March 4 induction ceremony.
A new initiative brings a weekly conversation starter every Monday that encourages students, faculty, staff and the greater community to engage in thought provoking, fun and challenging discussions.
Come to the SUB office to buy reduced movie tickets ($6) for any movie showing at Carousel Cinemas in Alamance Crossing!
Edward W. Felten, a computer security and privacy expert, urged students to figure out what it will take to keep personal information private.
Apply now to study abroad in January 2015
Become a one-on-one math and reading tutor for a struggling third grade student at Harvey Newlin Elementary.
Congratulations to team Shabba for being the 2014 3 v. 3 Basketball Tournament Champions.
World Languages and Cultures student Madison Clough has won a second scholarship for study of Arabic language and culture.
Elon women's lacrosse team claimed its first win in program history with a 16-7 victory over Saint Francis during its first home game on March 1 at Rhodes Stadium.
President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley '46 recounted stories from Elon's early years when he spoke with students living in Danieley Center as part of an annual dinner organized by the residential campus neighborhood.
Join Elon's Women’s/Gender Studies Program and Elon Athletics as they celebrate the history and achievements of women’s athletics at Elon during Women’s History Month.
The Elon Noyce Scholars Program is accepting applications for education-related internships for first- or second-year students who are interested in any of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciplines.
Mary Savarese '14 received the David S. Bruce Outstanding Undergraduate Abstract Award from the American Physiological Society.
The Elon Noyce Scholars Program is accepting applications from current sophomores who are interested in becoming high school science or math teachers.
Katherine Blunt, a journalism and history double major, was one of three students selected from for the internship program this summer.