The Office of Case Management provides direct case management services including interventions, advocacy, referrals and follow-up services for students who are experiencing significant difficulties related to mental health, physical health, and/or psycho-social adjustment. Case Managers coordinate student services and provides connections with campus departments as well as outside agencies and providers. The Office of Case Management also oversees DukeReach, a comprehensive outreach program to identify and manage students at risk.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps Duke students enhance their strengths and learn to cope with the trials of living, growing, and learning. CAPS offers many services to Duke undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, including brief individual counseling/psychotherapy, consultation, couples and group counseling, and assistance with referrals. CAPS' staff also provide outreach education programs to student communities, promoting an empathic and supportive culture. Staff members are available for consultation with faculty concerning students or other matters relating to mental health in the university community. The CAPS staff includes psychologists, clinical social workers, and psychiatrists experienced in working with college-age adults. CAPS' staff carefully adhere to professional standards of ethics, privacy and confidentiality.
Duke Student Wellness Center
The Duke Student Wellness Center works to enhance the educational experience for Duke students by addressing substance use and abuse issues and promoting healthy physical, emotional and social development, including issues related to sexual health. We offer one on one screening (for substance use) and health coaching, workshops and trainings on the different topic areas of wellness (including Party Monitor training, Stress and Sexual Health workshops) and programs for student groups upon request. Consultation on prevention of high-risk behavior and promotion of wellness is available to students, faculty, professionals and staff. The Duke Student Wellness Center is dedicated to fostering a living/learning environment on campus and within the surrounding community that encourages the full development of the individual as an engaged member of the community.
Parent & Family Programs
Parent & Family Programs is committed to forming partnerships with and providing resources for parents and families of Duke students. While we encourage students to fully immerse themselves in our campus environment, we realize that parents continue to play a valuable role in their lives.
The Office of Student Conduct promotes personal responsibility and encourages honesty, integrity and respect among Duke students. Student Conduct is responsible for holding undergraduate students accountable for academic and non-academic violations of university policy, which flow from Duke's honor code (the Duke Community Standard). The disciplinary process is designed to be an educational one by which individuals or groups recognize their mistakes and learn from them. Student Conduct also serves as an advocate for and resource to student victims of crime, illness, harassment, or other crises, and it advises the Undergraduate Conduct Board. In addition, Student Conduct provides conflict resolution services and training to the university community, assisting students through all stages of the conflict resolution process, including coaching, informal conversations and formal mediated settlements.
Duke Student Health is the primary source for healthcare services for Duke students, including general medical care, basic nutrition counseling, laboratory services, travel/immunization clinics, allergy/immunotherapy clinic, physical therapy, and more. Medical services are provided by board-certified faculty physicians and by physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and resident physicians under faculty supervision. The Student Health Center is a division of the Department of Pediatrics and a department in the Division of Student Affairs.