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and Elon 101 classes with other Elon College Fellows, these students will have the opportunity to be part of a close-knit and challenging Arts and Sciences community. A teaching assistant (an upperclass Elon College Fellow), a Head Resident and Elon College faculty will act as resources and mentors for Fellows living in one of Elonís finest residence halls, the Danieley Center.

Danieley Center

Why live in Danieley Center?

 

 Air conditioning

 Kitchenette space

 2.5 baths per flat

 Newly-constructed facilities

 8 students per single sex flat

 

 

The Danieley Center Flats are one of Elonís excellent housing options on campus. Additionally, the Danieley Commons houses an exercise facility and is close to the Colonnades Dining facility. The Fellows flat will have a new study space and student engagement spaces.Building N is the newest of our flat buildings and is also the closest to the exercise facility and dining hall.These facilities make Danieley Center the ideal place for the Elon College Fellows Living-Learning Community.

Elon College Fellows Living-Learning Community

Learning Communityó
a cohort of students
residing in the same residential area, interacting together and with faculty through a shared class, academic major or intellectual interest.

Residence Life

Elon University

2980 Campus Box

Elon, NC 27244

Phone: 336-278-7300

Fax: 336-278-7299

Elon College Fellows Living-Learning Community

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Class participation.
Satisfaction with classes.
Appreciation of the arts.
Campus life involvement.
Group study time.

The Elon College Fellows Learning Community offers a challenging and supportive environment for Elon College Fellows. Through interactions with Elon College faculty and students, dynamic Fellows programs,andGlobal Studies,

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The extended connections and involvement between faculty and students in Living-Learning Communities enhance academic success through collaborative and engaged learning and encourage strong mentoring relationships and a shared purpose of connecting learning and living.  Other outcomes of Elon Living-Learning Communities include: 

Faculty describe students as more engaged in class, more willing to confront each other on differences of opinion.
More intellectual/ scholarly climates in the hallsóstudents talk about classes and intellectual topics more and  help each other more with assignments.
Residence Life staff report better social environments where students damage less, eat together more, watch less TV and talk with each other more.
Text Box: Elonís Living-Learning Community History

Living-Learning Communities were developed over a decade ago at Elon University in order to extend positive interactions between students and faculty beyond the classroom. These intimate, intentional learning-centered communities advance student learning and citizenship by engaging students and faculty in  activities planned around a shared class, academic program or intellectual interest.



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part of a vibrant community of learners,
curious by nature and passionate
about learning . . . 
  
Elon College Fellows Living-Learning Community Programs

Faculty Dinners in Danieley Commons
Faculty Lectures
Fellows Trips to Football Games, Theater Performances and more.
Study Groups/Study Skills Sessions
Intramural Teams
Service Projects