Shops and bookstore right across the street from campus.
Side entrance to the historic part of campus. Katherine's dorm is in this area. Just beautiful.
Setting up for freshman convocation "under the oaks"
Sloan Hall (Katherine's dorm) on the left, Virginia Hall, it's "twin", is on the right.
Sloan Hall. Katherine's room is on the 3rd floor.
One of the walkways through campus
The walkway from Katherine's dorm to classes
Elon has covered walkways everywhere.
Walking toward Fonville Fountain from Sloan/Virginia/West residence halls. The fountain is in front of the Alamance building, which houses administrative offices.
Looking across campus at the Moslely center (the student center) from Alamance.
Some of the academic buildings
All the sidewalks at Elon ar brick. If one is removed, a new one will be in its place by morning.
The athletic and recreation center.
Belk Library; state of the art facilities, and beautiful inside as well. Hopefully Katherine will be spending a lot of time here.
Mosely student center
Looking from Mosely center to Alamance.
Lakeside dining hall just opened in 2012.
The lake that gives the dining hall its name
Terrace outside of Lakeside dining hall
Inside the dining hall. They have a station with a different international food each day, and every cafeteria on Elon's campus has an gluten free/allergen free station.
The food prep is visible, and they use color coded cutting boards and utensils for the gluten free area to ensure there isn't any cross contamination.
The Bell Tower
From the football stadium looking back towards campus
The football stadium.
Looking toward the Global Village residence halls, still under construction. One building has opened and the word is that they are spectacular. Lakeside dining hall is on the right.
Koury business center and Colonnades residence halls. Colonnades dining hall is on the right.
The Koury business center.
The Greek houses are located in a neighborhood across the street from the Koury business center.
All set up for Opening Convocation. The venue is incredible, under a canopy of oak trees in front of West Dormitory, one of the oldest buildings on campus.
Students arriving for convocation. Graduation will be here too.
It was a beautiful cermony with music with live organ, brass ensemble, and fanfare trumpets, 36 flags from the countries represented in the class of 2017, and an inspiring address by president Leo Lambert.
Recessional: I was able to catch Katherine through the crowd. Each student walks through the line of professors and receives and acorn symbolizing potential. When they graduate they will recieve an oak sapling. (Elon means "Oak" in Hebrew).