Gatling joins Elon Law with significant experience in the financial services industry and 13 years of executive development experience in higher education.
Gifts totaling more than $1.3 million from two estates will provide new scholarship support for students with disabilities and for those pursuing studies in music.
Elon parents Dwight and Martha Schar have made the largest single gift in Elon University history, pledging $12 million to name two new buildings planned for the Elon campus.
University trustee Jeanne Robertson and her husband Jerry have continued their support of Elon athletics by funding extensive improvements to the university’s track and field facilities.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams headlined the public kickoff of fundraising for Elon’s new communications facilities.
David and Kathryn Crowe have seen firsthand the powerful impact education can have on a student.This inspired the couple to establish a planned gift that will provide scholarship funding for history majors at Elon.
Elon parents Eugenia Leggett P'15 and Barry Frank P'15 of Greensboro, N.C., have established the George R. Johnson Dean’s Discretionary Fund to honor Johnson, who recently stepped down as dean of Elon University School of Law after five years of service in the role to return to the faculty.
Elon concludes its 125th anniversary video series with reflections by three presidents on alumni stewardship of the university's future.
As part of the university’s Evening for Elon spring series, two recent events drew more than 350 guests.
Close to 3,310 personalized bricks were reserved as part of the campaign, which ended Dec. 1 and supports the university’s greatest needs.
A $1,000 check was presented Dec. 3, 2013, to leaders of Elon University's college access and success program.
The third and final year of the Worsley Match ended in October with former student-athletes giving back in record numbers.
Driven by dozens of dedicated volunteers, reunion giving programs helped raise more than $1.4 million for the university this year.
Bacchus comes to Elon from Southwestern University in Texas and will help lead efforts to build a culture of philanthropy and alumni engagement.
Events featured university updates, special guests and screenings of Elon’s new alumni video.
Cecil Worsley ’86 and his wife, JoAnna ’87, have issued the Worsley Family Match to promote former student-athlete giving during the month of October.
A gift from Adjunct Assistant Professor Barbara Rhoades in honor of her father and great aunt has doubled the space available for campus exhibits in an Arts West venue now named Gallery 406.
Through the successful DRIVE to 25, Elon Law alumni achieved a 25 percent giving rate in support of law school student scholarships.
A grant from the Concord, N.C., foundation moves the university closer to breaking ground on the project.
Nearly 3,000 parents of current students and alumni showed their support for Elon in the last fiscal year.
Gifts made from June 1, 2012, through May 31, 2013, outpaced the previous fiscal year by $2.8 million.
Elon parents Jamey Nugent and Tracey Walser ’84 Nugent pledge generous gift to the project.
A lead gift from Elon parents William J. "Bill" and Patricia "Pat" Inman will help fund construction of a new facility on main campus.
Student leaders collected more than $46,000 this year from seniors, their parents, grandparents and friends through the Senior Class Giving Campaign.
New video celebrates the campaign’s success as it comes to a close.
Sixty-six percent of Elon University employees this year made gifts to the institution in support of student scholarships, athletics programs and more.
A planned gift allowed Kelli Palmer '98 to give to Elon, a place that has had
"the single greatest impact" on this generation of her family.
Designs are complete for Elon's new performing arts facility at the Francis Center.
The Class of 2013 selected for its Class Gift the establishment of a significantly-enhanced student lounge area, increasing collaborative space for current and future students.
A generous gift from Chris ’78 P’13 and Nicolette Martin P’13 will soon create a vibrant new gathering space for alumni.
Biennial event connects scholarship donors and recipients
From April 15 - May 31, alumni can participate in a campaign to personalize a brick for installation at Elon's new alumni center
The annual program raises awareness among students that donors help cover many expenses that come with studying at Elon University.
The generosity of a donor who wishes to remain anonymous will help the program as it serves a growing number of children in need of reading assistance.
BB&T Corporation, one of the nation's largest financial services holding companies, has made a $500,000 gift to complete Hunt Softball Park.
Alumni gather to paint a familiar Elon scene.
Trustees honor the Levine-Sklut family’s support of Jewish life.
Elon trustees have named campus facilities in honor of five emeriti faculty and staff members who provided distinguished service to the university.
The Challenge has been one of Elon’s most successful fundraising efforts, bringing in 1,000 additional young alumni donors in three years.
Elon young alumni and seniors made the third and final IGNITE Challenge the most successful yet.
More than 700 young alumni have made gifts to the university and participated in the final IGNITE Challenge, which ends on March 31. Here's a sampling of what they said after making their gifts.
More than 28,000 faculty and staff, alumni, parents and friends participated in Ever Elon: The Campaign for the Future of Our University, which concluded on Dec. 31, 2011, and raised $107.3 million to support the people, programs and facilities at our university.
The goal? To surpass last year’s record-setting 60 percent participation by Elon employees.
Elon concludes the largest fundraising campaign in its history by celebrating the thousands of people who have invested in the university's future.
As the largest fundraising campaign in Elon history surpasses the $100 million mark, those who give, and those who benefit, share their stories.