The representatives of the university had to make a decison but they did not make it.
However, according to The Times News, Dan Anderson, an Elon spokesman who is one of the university’s vice presidents, said that the university is creating a study committee to examine the broader issue of Elon’s relationships with vendors doing business on campus. That committee will make recommendations to the university’s board of trustees later this year.
Anderson said the plan is for trustees to outline procedures as to Elon’s relationship with its vendors, with the university’s leadership then applying those procedures to Chick-fil-A.
"This is not going to be a policy that says Chick-fil-A can stay or Chick-fil-A can go," he said, but will provide guidance on how to handle the situation and potential future controversies.
So, for the moment, Chick-fil-A remains in place.