- Campus Life
- Career Center
- Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
- Center for Multicultural Affairs
- Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Dean of Students
- Duke Dining
- Duke Student Wellness Center
- Fraternity & Sorority Life
- Housing, Dining & Residence Life (HDRL)
- International House (IHouse)
- Jewish Life at Duke
- Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture
- Muslim Life at Duke
- Office of the Vice President
- Parents & Families
- Resource Administration
- Student Conduct
- Student Health
- University Center Activities & Events
- Women's Center
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.
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One SEXY week is back!!! OSW is a week of comprehensive, LGBTQ-friendly, kink-aware, culturally-sensitive, medically-accurate sexuality education that acknowledges sexual fulfillment and health sexual decision making, and is relevant to a wide variety of audiences. This week will work to break down taboos surrounding sex, sexuality, sexual identity, and relationships in order to create a more open and accepting environment for Duke students.
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THE SHORT LIST
Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students
TUE 2/24 - Me Too Monologues Presents Durham Grown
Food trucks, a visual artist's performance, & 6 great monologues about being from both Duke and Durham. 7:30 PM at the Duke Coffeehouse on East.
THU 2/26 - Jon Favreau, Former Director of Speechwriting for President Obama
Meet the figure who had his stamp on all the great speeches by Obama from 2005 to early 2013. 5:30 PM in Sanford.
THU 2/26 - Undergraduate Publication Board Symposium
See The Archive, The Standard, Cantos, Latent Image, and many more student publications on display & talk to editors about how you can get involved. 6-8 PM in BC's Brown Gallery. Free Nosh.
THU 2/26 & FRI 2/27 - Lunar New Year Celebration and Showcase
Don't miss the LNY celebration with performances by many student groups and a free dinner. Dinner at 6 PM, Reynolds doors open at 7 PM. Free tickets at the Box Office.
SAT 2/28 - Interfaith Engagement and Dialogue Workshop
Join the Undergraduate Faith Council in voicing your thoughts, engaging with other perspectives, and building ties across communities. 11 AM-2 PM in Gross w/ free lunch.