To succeed in any diverse environment, Duke students must be comfortable and competent in engaging people of different backgrounds, beliefs and perspectives. A variety of centers and programs within Campus Life departments in Student Affairs use dialogue and community engagement to help students cultivate cultural consciousness and understanding, and to develop their own identity.
Center for LGBT Life
The Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Life provides education, advocacy, support, mentoring, academic engagement, and space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, questioning, and straight-allied students, staff, and faculty at Duke.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 02 West Union Building | (919) 684-6607
Center for Multicultural Affairs
The Center for Multicultural Affairs promotes community engagement, multicultural education, and leadership development through its programs and services to empower students and their organizations to create a vibrant and inclusive multicultural student community.
email@example.com | 0010 Bryan Center | (919) 684-6756
Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Duke Greek community offers undergraduates a fraternal experience that complements the mission of the University. In partnership with faculty, staff, alumni, families, and (inter)national organizations, the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life challenges and educates students in the areas of leadership, cultural awareness, personal and group development, scholarship, and civic responsibility.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 07 Bryan Center | (919) 684-9401
Our mission is to provide educational services, advocacy, and outreach to the international population and the Duke and Durham community.
email@example.com | 2022 Campus Drive | (919) 684-3585
Jewish Life @ Duke
Jewish Life at Duke is comprised of the Freeman Center and the Rubenstein-Silvers Hillel. The Freeman Center provides a home for Jewish life on campus while the Rubenstein-Silvers Hillel provides exciting and innovative programming throughout the Duke community. The combination works to foster and enrich Jewish life through social, educational, religious and cultural activities.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 1415 Faber Street | (919) 684-6422
Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture
The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture strives to promote racial understanding, build community, and foster an appreciation for and increase knowledge of Black people, Black history, Black culture, and the vast contributions of people of the African Diaspora.
email@example.com | 201 West Union Building | (919) 684-3814
Muslim Life @ Duke
Muslim Life at Duke is committed to enriching the lives of Muslim students and the whole campus through organizing events and activities that cater to the spiritual, social and intellectual needs of Duke students.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 406 Swift Avenue | (919) 613-6780
UCAE (University Center Activities and Facilities)
UCAE provides services, support, and opportunities for students to create and engage in co-curricular experiences that result in personal development, transferable skills, and meaningful connections.
email@example.com | 101 Bryan Center | (919) 684-4741
The Duke University Women’s Center is dedicated to helping every woman at Duke become self-assured with a kind of streetwise savvy that comes from actively engaging with the world. We welcome men and women alike who are committed to gender equity and social change.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 107 Few | (919) 684-3897
Our Campus Partners:
- Religious Life
- Vice Provost for the Arts
- Graduate Student Affairs
- Global Education
- Alumni Affairs
- Office for Institutional Equity
- Undergraduate Affairs
- Alumni Affairs