The single greatest way for your student to feel connected and make the most of his or her college career is to get involved! It is through their involvement that they are able to explore new areas of interest, build friendships and leave a positive mark on the institution.
Duke University is home to more than 300 student organizations, which run the gamut from political and cultural groups to performing ensembles. Through advising and program opportunities the University Center Activities & Facilities (UCAE) seeks to guide student organizations. For more information, including a full listing of student organizations, (conveniently broken down by category), visit the UCAE site.
Duke’s Greek community also plays an active role on campus. With 4 councils and 37 chapters, there is sure to be a Greek organization for anyone who is interested. Visit the Office of Student Leadership site for more information.