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VISIT! Once, twice, three times if you have to! You'll know if Elon feels right to you. Take the chance to walk through the department that interests you, talk to professors and ask students about the characteristics of a university that mean the most to you. Class size, financial aid, dorm life, parties? Apply early action if not early decision. Early decision is binding, so if you're dead set on Elon and don't want to be anywhere else then by all means, apply early decision. But if you're not sure what they'll give you financially or still want to keep your options open, at least apply early action so that you have more time to make the right choice. Also, if you are eligible, definitely apply for any applicable fellows programs. I know that sometimes they're overlooked or you might not want to bother, but the fellows programs are amazing. At least read about them online and see if you're eligible and if so, can't hurt to apply! Do you know what you want to do? Elon is a great school no matter what your intended major is but I have to admit, it is not often I hear of an engineering major and in the case that I have, I think to myself - why? It is definitely very well known for its business, teaching and communications schools. You can't go wrong if you're interested in one of these areas.» Read More
It is important to make close relationships with your professors. They can help you locally, such as in the community and at the university, but can also put you in contact with other people, such as for internships and jobs. Be sure to make the most of the opportunities given to you, such as study abroad.» Read More
Get involved! There are plenty of clubs on campus that can help you find your niche and your group of amazing friends. Also, don't be afraid to go talk to a professor during their office hours, they are always happy to see you, and I have only ever asked to come back later when a professor is with another student!» Read More