The best thing about attending Elon is the beautiful atmosphere you are surrounded with. The campus has all brick buildings and is actually a botanical garden. The school gets state-funded money...
I would probably say the male to female ratio and the diversity issue. Elon's population is becoming incresingly diverse but there is still a little way to go. Also females outnumber males 60/40...
It gave me the foundation I needed to be successful in my field of education.
The facility not only cares about what you do in the class room, but where you go after you leave. The small class sizes allow us to make relationships that will help us network and find jobs...
The biodegradable solo cups that they use for fountain drinks. If you put them in the fridge they really only hold up for a couple days. Also, some of the granite counter colors in the dorms...
Student to Professor Ratio is excellent
The academics and professors are amazing... the study abroad opportunities are fantastic and the facilities are absoltely top of the line
It can get kinda frat-y. A lot of rich kids go here and can make it seem very clique-y and very greek.
It is the best education you could ever receive, and the women are beautiful, you couldn't ask for more.
Everything is about money...
Any interests that you have, there is an activity for it here.
In its own bubble.
Great education in safe and fun atmosphere.
The academics, the variety of student activities/organizations, the small class size and relationships with professors. This university provides a variety of opportunities for every kind of student.
The connections you make at Elon will help you get a job after graduation.
The town is small, but Greensboro is 30min away if you want to go "out" and get away from campus.
At Elon you are not a number and get the individual attention to help you succeed. After graduation, and seeing friends with the same major but from other schools, I realized how far better...
If you aren't 150% consumed with Greek life you will struggle socially. It's extremely cliquey. There are great non-greek people on campus but they can be hard to find. Luckily, there are a ton of...
Great academics for the price.
Too much Greek Life not enough Real Life.
Relationships of faculty to students.
Back in the 80's they were not connected to the big time foutune 500 companies enough!