Dozens of students transfer to Elon University each year, but there’s no certainty they’ll finish their college career here. Elon’s first-year student retention rate increased this academic year to 91 percent from 90 percent over the last four years.
West End Terrace will host “Crafternoon,” a spring fundraiser to benefit CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response and Resource Center, Saturday, April 25. “Crafternoon” tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door and include craft beer and wine tastings, as well as a BBQ buffet.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that the national unemployment rate lingers at 5.5 percent, with 126,000 jobs added in March.
If you’re a journalist, a college student, a professor, a college administrator, or any participating member of society, you’ve probably heard about the epic misstep made by Rolling Stone’s editorial team in the reporting of a University of Virginia campus gang rape. “A Rape on Campus” was published in November 2014, and within weeks major news outlets like The Washington Post were seriously and publicly questioning the validity of Rolling Stone’s reporting.
Elon University will celebrate its 126th birthday Tuesday with the largest alumni involvement in university history.
Elon University welcomed nearly 600 families on campus March 6-7 for Fellows and Scholarship Weekend, a time when admitted students considering fellows programs completed interviews, attended seminars and engaged with current Fellows. Of the six Fellows Programs Elon offers, Honors Fellows receive the highest scholarship amount at up to $19,500 annually.
Ben Carpenter, author, entrepreneur and finance-industry CEO, visited Elon University Tuesday to share with students his tips for success: be aggressive, do what you’re good at and stay happy.
Elon University’s second-annual TEDx pushed the ideal that changing the world starts with the individual. Nearly 125 students, faculty, staff and community members gathered in Yeager Hall Feb.
Elon University recently announced a record-breaking number of students, faculty and staff traveled around the country and world to participate in a range of global study experiences during Winter Term 2015.
Graduation is nearing once again and seniors must find jobs and a new place to call home. The choices graduates make about where to live fresh out of Elon University shape their careers — and lives — as they are tossed into corporate America.