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I'm a senior right now, about to submit my early action application to Elon. The next smallest school I'm applying to is Syracuse, with about 16,000, and most of my other schools are large state schools- michigan, maryland, indiana, etc.
A year ago, I would have never thought about Elon- I always thought I was a big school type of girl. I love the big sports at Maryland, Michigan, BU and Indiana, as well as the school spirit and extracurricular options.
But something about Elon keeps drawing me in. I love the idea of small classes with no big lectures or TAs. I love the college of communication, the focus on global evolvement and engaged learning, and the study abroad program.
Can someone talk about the small school atmosphere at elon? Anything about sports, greek life, parties, academics, or anything else!