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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.
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Feb 16, 2015
Each year we ask that you submit current tax information, the CSS Profile form and the FAFSA to be considered for financial aid from Duke.
Dec 18, 2014
Writing to parents about the career and professional development process is always a challenging thing to attempt—mostly because on almost every topic the conversation is very different depending on the student and his/her academic class year.
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