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Our mission is to educate individual students and to support the larger Duke community through a diverse array of programs and services. We advise select student organizations and mentor individual students in their development of leadership skills, moral reasoning abilities, and social intelligence. We also respond to student crises and provide information and referrals for students, faculty and staff on a variety of student-related issues. Read more.

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Mar 04, 2014

Peer For You is now welcoming applications for Peer Responders to serve Duke students for next year.

Applications due March 16. Apply now.

We are a student-run resource that provides the space for undergraduate students to reach out for support and referrals in times of struggle. Any Duke student can send an anonymous message to one of our Peer Responders about a struggle or challenge that they are currently facing. The approached Peer Responder will respond to the message within 24 hours.

Dec 09, 2013

Duke University Dean of Students Sue Wasiolek announced today that Dr. Wanda Collins has been hired as the new director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Duke. Collins, currently the director of the Counseling Center at American University in Washington, D.C., will start March 3, 2014, in this critical campus role.

"Collins has a keen understanding of college counseling centers and trends related to mental health issues in higher ed today," Wasiolek said. "Her resume is incredibly impressive, and her references are stellar. She is clearly committed to multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion, and possesses an inspiring competence, confidence and poise. I have no doubt that Wanda will be a great asset to the health and wellness community on campus," Wasiolek added.

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