The Triad Alumni Chapter hosted an alumni outing on the Opening Night of the Greensboro Grasshoppers season.
The New York City Alumni Chapter hosted more than 120 alumni at the Observatory Deck in the One World Trade Center.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
Leo M. Lambert, who concluded his service as Elon's eighth president earlier this year, delivered the Commencement address to the Class of 2018 on May 19, 2018. This post includes the full text and video of Lambert's address.
The School of Education recently unveiled a display that honors alumni who have made an impact in education.
Elon's three Commencement ceremonies this week will be streamed live.
School’s out, but the work doesn’t stop for Elon music theatre majors
Christopher P. Martin ’78 P’13, an Elon alumnus, trustee and parent from Tinton Falls, New Jersey, is one of the university's most loyal and generous benefactors. His recent gift will provide funding for scholarships and other key priorities in the future.
As part of the first Gala Latina on May 4, the university recognized Latinx/Hispanic students, faculty and staff for their academic and civic involvement on campus.
Elon alumna Jackie Sapio ’10, coordinator of community initiatives for the Philadelphia Phillies, provided a keynote address at the awards ceremony, highlighting her professional path and sharing words of wisdom with the soon-to-be graduates.
The April 30 event included a keynote address from Tyler Key, general manager of IMG College, three panel discussions featuring more than a dozen industry professionals, and a network reception.
For many alumni, parents and friends in attendance, the events were their first opportunity to interact with President Connie Ledoux Book, who took office in March.
The Philadelphia Alumni Chapter participated in a service project at a local park.
Outstanding Elon students, along with distinguished faculty and staff were recognized for their achievements and contributions to Elon on April 28.
Three outstanding alumni from Elon College, the College of Arts & Sciences, were honored Thursday at an annual awards celebration.
An 80-room inn will open in fall 2019, meeting the long-standing need for on-campus lodging for the thousands of people who visit Elon annually.
Nager grew passionate about working with children while serving as a volunteer through the Kernodle Center for Service Learning & Community Engagement.
Alumni of the downtown Greensboro law school can register now for events from June 1-2 that include a CLE at the law school, an awards program to celebrate alumni professional achievement, and a luncheon for the Class of 2013 as it marks its five-year reunion.
An Elon senior, an alumnus and a current staff member have each been selected for the NSF's Graduate Research Fellowship program, which will support their work toward graduate degrees in STEM fields.
The 2010 School of Communications graduate was part of a groundbreaking USA Today/Arizona Republic journalism team that examined the border wall between the United States and Mexico.
The vice president for corporate social responsibility at Lowe’s returned to campus April 12 and was recognized during Lambda Pi Eta’s induction ceremony.
Elon's men's basketball team will open its 2018-19 season by hosting the Tar Heels in Schar Center on Friday, Nov. 9.
Ten alumni who graduated in the past 10 years were recognized with the Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards on April 14 for their professional success, service as difference-makers in their communities and loyal support of Elon.
The board was joined by President Connie Ledoux Book as they made the scholarship official at their annual spring meeting.
The film, “The Nature of Consciousness,” was an official selection of the Women’s Independent Film Festival in Los Angeles and earned the top award in the experimental category.
The Seattle alumni did what no chapter has done before — they learned and played the popular Olympic game of curling.
Thanks to her Elon experience, marketing major Kelsey Bliss ’17 had the chance to work with the New England Patriots at the Super Bowl
The largest equipment gift in program history will take Elon’s nationally recognized program to the next level.
Matthew McKenzie ’16 was one of 30 U.S. Ford employees selected for the company’s Thirty Under 30 program last year.
The Elon University graduate and broadcast journalism major began her career as an intern at WFSB-TV in 1995.
The Atlanta Alumni Chapter positioned their annual Professional Development event to cater towards communication skills.
Led by Matt Cotton ’18, approximately 40 Elon students volunteered at the conference championship tournament held in Greensboro Feb. 28 through March 4.
Strategic communications major Rachel Hobbs ’18 was one of two finalists for the national award, which was presented at the 2018 PRWeek Awards Dinner and Presentation on March 15.
Eric Hernandez ’16 served as an associate producer on “Colorado Experience: Galloping Goose,” an award-winning episode of a TV series produced by Rocky Mountain PBS.
School of Education alumna Amanda Gardner Jones ’98 reflects on her experience as a teacher candidate while sitting on the other side of the interview table at the Elon Teacher Fair held on March 15, 2018.
On March 13, donors made 5,370 gifts raising $1,840,378 to achieve the most successful Elon Day celebration to date.
The Thomas M. Smiddy ’88 and Sherri Smiddy Endowed Scholarship will support students who are active through Fraternity & Sorority Life, the Love School of Business or work-study.
Elon’s student-run radio station hosted a two-day celebration that included a panel discussion, featuring several former WSOE general managers, and a dinner with a keynote from Tom Mullen ’00, vice president of marketing catalog at Atlantic Records. Additionally, Assistant Professor Gerald Gibson was recognized with an Award of Excellence for his years of mentorship.
The 1989 alumna joined the Greensboro, N.C.-based restaurant company in 2011 as its chief brand officer.
A special College Coffee inside Alumni Gym on Tuesday morning energized the Elon community for its fifth #ElonDay effort.
The Phoenix defeated Drexel 57-45 at the tournament in Philadelphia, running the team's winning streak to 13 and winning an automatic berth to the NCAA Division I tournament.
As part of the 2018 Coca-Cola and Regal Films student film competition, Elon students traveled to Atlanta in late January to produce a 35-second film, which is now available to watch online. And don’t forget to vote for Elon’s commercial in the Fan Favorite Award contest.
Meg Farabow ’11 provided valuable counsel to students looking to take charge in sales.
Hosted by the London Alumni Chapter, a panel of alumni discussed professional development and life living abroad.
The 5,100-seat, 160,000-square-foot facility will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs when it opens next year.
Five graduates of Elon University School of Law were among 16 attorneys selected for the North Carolina Bar Association's Leadership Academy, a program designed to "help young lawyers become more effective leaders in their communities."
Twenty-three Elon Music Theatre alumni will be seen this spring on Broadway and on tour in hit shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Hamilton," "Wicked," and "The Book of Mormon," and in brand-new musicals coming to Broadway like "Mean Girls," "Head Over Heels," and "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical."
Elon students, faculty and staff gathered in Alumni Gym Tuesday, Feb. 27, to recognize President Leo M. Lambert and Laurie Lambert for their 19 years of service to the university.
The honorees are young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors.
The New York City Alumni Chapter hosted its annual professional development event with an extraordinary group of alumni panelists.