• DukeReach

    DukeReach

    DukeReach directs faculty, staff, parents and others to the resources available to help a student in need.


    Find out More
  • Queering Duke History

    The story of LGBTQ life at Duke University is intrinsically linked with the historical path of the University. Celebrate with us throughout the Fall!


    Find out More
  • Zagster

    Bike-share Program Comes to Duke!


    Find out More
  • Free Flu Shots

    9/17, 6-9pm, Brodie Gym/East House/Gilbert-Addoms; 9/21, 5:30-8pm, Marketplace; 9/24, 6-9pm, Randolph/Jarvis/Alspaugh; 9/29, 11am-3pm, Marketplace; 10/1, 6-9pm, Brodie Gym/Blackwell/Giles.

    Find out More
  • Family Weekend 2014

    October 24-26, 2014

    Find out More

The Division of Student Affairs is critically engaged in all aspects of students’ lives and collaborates with students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and many others in the delivery of key services and support to students and all whom the Division serves.

Student Affairs provides programs and services that support the optimal growth of Duke students, enhance their intellectual, social, cultural and physical development, and complement Duke’s academic excellence by providing opportunities for students to experience education and explore interests beyond the classroom.

Our programs address the whole of student life--intellectual, social, cultural, and physical--to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed at Duke, and in life. We provide opportunities to lead, to engage diverse perspectives, to become good citizens, to embrace healthy lifestyles, to envision meaningful career paths, and much more.

Read more.

Events

Events

Loading content...

Loading Events, please wait...  

Have You Heard?

The Short List

Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students

TUE 9/23 - Artstigators Google Hangout
Alumni from the Hunger Games, NBC, and Google on campus with tips about media careers. Free dinner & giveaways in Von Canon. 5 PM

TUE 9/23 - "Can Liberia's First Female President Survive Political Fallout from Ebola?"
This lecture on political and cultural effects of the disease is just one of Ebola Week events. 5 PM. Mary Lou Williams Center.

WED 9/24 - Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
Shanah Tovah! Come join festivities at Freeman Center for Jewish Life.

THU 9/25 - Queering Duke History Exhibit Grand Opening
President Brodhead & curator Denzell Faison T’14 speak in Von der Heyden at 5:15PM before Saturday's NC Pride Festival on East.

FRI 9/26 - Winter Forum Application Deadline
Are you a CSI buff who loves neuroscience? Apply to the 2015 Winter Forum “To Catch a Killer” to explore the criminal mind.

Like us on Facebook for big events and deadlines.

Service Information for Alexander Rickabaugh and Kaila Brown

Student Affairs will be arranging transportation to the funeral and memorial services of Alexander Rickabaugh. We hope to accommodate all students who would like to attend these services via chartered bus.  In order to meet transportation demands please complete the following questions to reserve a spot:
https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_dhBDLU8uCZJY9KJ

We are working out options for food on the bus for the way out and back, but if you have specific dietary needs, please bring food with you.

Services will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Read more for details.

2014 Pride Parade

The N.C. Pride Parade and Festival includes an outdoor film screening, 5K run/walk, guest speakers and more.

When N.C. Pride held its first parade in Durham in 2001, there was only one float on the route. The four-door Plymouth decorated like a wedding cake belonged to the organizer’s mother.

That same organizer, John Short, says the N.C. Pride Parade has evolved into a 2.5-mile route, 13 commercial floats, 60 vehicles and 110 marching groups this year, to include many from Duke University.

“When I see the young kids, the college students participating, when I was their age, I would never have been able to do this,” said Short, the volunteer executive director of N.C. Pride who is retired. “I would never have been able to be out, and think it’s just a wonderful thing for them to express themselves and be comfortable.”

Read more about the Parade and events.