Communications Media

A.     Elon University Web Site


The Elon University Web site (http://www.elon.edu) is maintained by the university relations office and contains comprehensive university information, including E-net!, a daily news and event information page. Faculty, staff and students may use the interactive on-line form to submit campus news, event announcements and want ads to be included on the site. For more information, contact the director of web content and design at web@elon.edu or call (278)-7411.

B.     This Week @Elon

All submissions to the E-net! Web page are formatted into a weekly campus e-mail newsletter, This Week @Elon. All students, faculty and staff members receive this e-mail, which is distributed each Tuesday during the academic year and bi-weekly during the summer. Alumni, parents and friends of the university may also subscribe to the newsletter via a subscription form (link to the form is on E-net!)

C.     @Elon


This in-house employee newsletter is published monthly during the academic year.  @ Elon provides information on university activities and employees. Faculty material for this newsletter should be submitted to the editor, c/o office of university relations, campus box 2030 or by e-mail: atelon@elon.edu.

D.     Student Communications Media

The student communications media board sets the policies for all university-approved campus media, reviews and submits budget proposals, and approves individual requests for any funds in excess of $100 which are not covered by previously authorized budget items. It appoints editor/managers and advisors of campus media. The primary function of the media board is to assist, guide, and encourage students involved in the operation of student media. The board consists of three faculty members, three student members, the director of student activities, and the director of university relations who is ex officio. The student communications media are as follows:

1.      Colonnades. The university literary magazine. It is published by students interested in creative expression, both verse and prose.

2.      The Pendulum. The university newspaper. It is published weekly by a student staff.

3.      Phi Psi Cli. The university yearbook. It is edited by members of the student body.

4.      WSOE FM. The campus radio station (89.3 FM). It operates each day and is staffed primarily by students. The station broadcasts from a modern facility in the Moseley Center.

5.      ECTV.  Elon Student Television produces a variety of programs that are carried on the campus closed-circuit television system.