|Available for Undergraduate and Graduate||Suburban||No||6029 (Total)||Yes|
|Bachelor, Master||Private||Master: Colleges and Universities||Co-educational||99 (International)|
年間授業料 / ELSのレベル
|学位||授業料||Fees||宿泊施設 **||食事||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
Founded in 1889 by the United Church of Christ, Elon University is a selective, comprehensive, private university of approximately 6,029 students (5,357 undergraduates). Elon combines long-standing traditions with modern facilities. The campus is surrounded by a quiet residential neighborhood, yet it is less than an hour's drive from Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, the Research Triangle Park and more than a dozen other colleges and universities. The Piedmont Triad Airport at Greensboro/High Point is 40 minutes away while the Raleigh-Durham International Airport is 55 minutes away. Average Low Temperature (winter): 32 ° F / 0 °C Average High Temperature (summer): 85 ° F / 29 °C
Housing is required during the first two years in one of 33 campus residence halls.
Traditional halls, suite style and apartment housing provide a variety of opportunities for living and learning. The International Pavilion in the Academic Village is a residence / academic space for international students and students interested in international studies. In addition, there are 17 fraternity and sorority houses and an upperclassmen apartment complex. Meal plans are provided.
- Elon offers over 200 student organizations including academic, service, social, performance, cultural and religious organizations
- Twenty-four national fraternities and sororities
- NCAA Division I athletics as well as club and intramural sports programs
- Facilities include a 240,000+-volume library, two television studios, book store, a campus center, 24 campus computer labs, the LaRose Digital Theater and financial trading room in the Koury Business Center, nine different eating facilities on-campus, and an athletics/physical fitness complex that includes a golf driving range. Green initiatives for a more 'green' campus include trayless dining halls, use of locally grown foods, bio-diesel buses, increase in recycling efforts, among others. In addition, a Multifaith Center, the Lakeside Dining Hall, a "Global Neighborhood", and a new apartment neighborhood for upperclassmen have all recently been added to campus.