Housing, Dining & Residence Life (HDRL)

Student Leadership

Resident Assistant (RA)

Resident Assistant Role

Resident Assistants (RAs) are integral to the operation of our residence halls, and therefore are asked to fill a variety of roles ranging from friend and resource to programmer and peer advisor. Please read the role description thoroughly in order to become more fully aware of the qualifications required. Also you are encouraged to speak with members of our current team during our RA information sessions.


Graduate Resident (GR)

Graduate Resident Application Information 2014-15 Academic Year

FAC Program

Welcome to the First-Year Advisory Counselor (FAC) Program home page from Lizete Dos Santos and Sarah Haas, FAC Board Co-Chairs on behalf of the FAC Board.  As student leaders of the FAC Program, we oversee the training, organization, and activities of the 30 executive FAC Board members as well as 240 sophomores, juniors, and seniors dedicated to promoting a seamless transition to Duke University and Durham communities.

TAC Program

The Transfer Advisory Counselor (TAC) program

Student Leadership Opportunities in the Residence Halls

East Campus Council
East Campus Council (ECC) serves to create a network of house representatives to enhance the residential experience of first-year students.  ECC is composed of the vice-president of each House Council and has the mission of planning campus-wide events in addition to representing the first year class to the larger university community.  In addition, ECC also serves as the Class Council for the class of 2015.

Julie Anne Levey Award

Julie Anne Levey Memorial Leadership Award and Leadership Academy

Julie Anne Levey
Julie Anne Levey graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Area Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in History as part of the Class of 1993 from Duke University. During her time at Duke, Julie participated in Focus and was on the Dean's List. She was active in student life including serving as a Tour Guide through the Office of Admissions, worked on project Head Start, fund raised for The Annual Fund, and worked in the Office of the Public Defender in Durham. After graduation, Julie was employed by Arthur Andersen & Company in their Washington, DC office for two years prior to her enrollment at NYU School of Law. In 1996, Julie passed away suddenly from a massive aneurysm.



The experiences, education and lasting relationships that Julie realized during her four years at Duke were a significant part of her life and helped her establish and reinforce the foundation upon which she built her life and moved forward.