Faculty & Staff

  • 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!


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  • Zagster

    Bike-share Program Comes to Duke!


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  • Cafe Edens

    Cafe Edens (formerly known as Pitchfork Provisions) is now open at McClendon Tower! New name, new look, same great menu!

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  • Hand-Dipped Ice Cream!

    Penn Pavilion is now serving hand-dipped ice cream, shakes and sundaes! Check out the menu:

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  • Congratulations Duke Dining!

    Duke Dining has been ranked 9th out of 2000 colleges & universities for "Best Colleges for Food in America 2014," by The Daily Meal!

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Who We Are: 

Student Affairs works with faculty and staff throughout the university to provide a world-class living/learning experience at Duke. We encourage our faculty and staff colleagues to take advantage of the opportunities to engage with students and access resources we provide as needed. Contact one of our offices, or email Student Affairs if you have any questions.

Have You Heard?

Oct 15, 2014

We had just wrapped up at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum, drained from taking in all the incredible history exhibited in the museum’s three buildings. The consensus was to take the tram to a spot for lunch, then hop on it again to find a baklava shop we’d heard is amazing. The tram is one of several fantastic methods of public transportation used by what feels like everyone (at the same time) in the city of Istanbul. A seat on the bus, metro, or tram is a highly coveted spot that is not easily attained. In fact, sometimes just getting on any of these vehicles is a nearly impossible feat because they are so crowded. “Maximum Capacity” doesn’t seem to be a concept as firmly held here as it is in the U.S. As we approached the tram, desperately seeking nourishment after an exhausting outing of museum-going, we discovered hoards of other people on the platform who we would soon have to fight for a spot. The tram arrived and its doors opened, the poor passengers inside desperately trying to escape before being trampled by the masses boarding.

Oct 11, 2014

The Student Health Center will be closed on Saturday, 10/11, for Fall Break. We will re-open with normal operating hours on Monday, October 13th, at 8:30am.

For after hours health care options, please call us at 919-681-9355.