Happy Thursday ETA readers,
I thought I would take my nose out of reading one of several thousand applications from our Final Deadline pool to bring back a certain theme to my post. When I first started writing this blog last year, I would often take questions that I received during the week and would feature them on a blog post in the hopes that it would help other perspective students in their quest for answers about Elon University. I will try to do this more often – thus feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the future with YOUR questions. But for now, enjoy those of fellow perspective Elon students.
Q: “I would like to apply for your Dance/Music Theater/Theater programs, but live outside the country. Is it possible for me to submit a recorded-audition?”
A: For students who live outside the country, there is an alternative to physically auditioning at Elon University (which is required for all other students). I would encourage you to visit the Department of Performing Arts Audition Information website to read more about the process and contact the Auditions Coordinator at email@example.com
Q: “I applied for Elon’s Fellows Program – when will hear back if I was selected to compete for the program?”
A: While I’m not sure of the exact date, I do believe we typically let students know whether or not they were selected to compete for the program by the end of January/ beginning of February. Thus it could be as early as next week! The Fellows decision (like the Admissions decision) is available on Elon’s OnTrack system.
Q: “As an admitted student, if I applied for Elon’s Fellows Program, does that mean that I am committed to attending Elon University in the fall?”
A: Not at all (although we would love to have you as a student!). The only way you are committed to Elon is if you pay the $500 enrollment deposit.
That’s all from my inbox for now – but I’m looking forward to reading more of your questions in the future!