Parents & Families

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    DukeReach, in the Dean of Students Office, directs students, faculty, staff, parents, and others to the resources available to help a student in need. If you know a student in distress, reach out – we're here to help.

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Who We Are: 

The Office of Parent & Family Programs serves as the primary point of contact for all Duke parents and families. We want you to stay connected, both to your child and to other Duke families, and remain informed about what's going on within the greater Duke community. We are here to answer your questions, offer assistance whenever we can, and provide suggestions to support your student’s success. 

Have You Heard?

Mar 20, 2015

Dear Parents,

Duke students are empowered to learn and encouraged to lead. Ensuring student success through active support is our highest priority. A Duke education is based on the principle that students develop and grow intellectually and personally through successive, transformational, and diverse learning experiences.

Mar 20, 2015

Vice President for Student Affairs Larry Moneta welcomed Duke Parents Advisory Council (DPAC) members’ thoughts on a recent Slate article involving the debate on college students as children or adults.


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