University Center Activities & Events (UCAE)

Student Organizations

Duke University is home to 400+ recognized student organizations, which foster student interaction and exchange, exploration of a variety of interest areas, understanding of the principles of organizational structure and management, and development of valuable collaboration, leadership, and communication skills.



2013-2014 Student Organization Registration is Now Open! 

Have you transitioned leadership? Want to sign up for the fall student activities fair? It’s time to re-register your organization on DukeGroups.com. Login and search for your organization and click “register this organization”. EVERY UNDERGRADUATE GROUP (SOFC-recognized, SOFC-chartered, Greek, DUU, DSG, etc.) must reregister to stay compliant with Duke policy. All groups that have not reregistered their organization are considered inactive for the Fall semester and will be have their status suspended. 

Mandatory Student Organization Training

DukeGroups

Student organization information is housed in the DukeGroups database.

(If you don't see your organization in the DukeGroups directory, please login and submit your group for listing.)

DukeGroups allows organizations to:

• Display their information in the public listing

Resources

Student organizations, part of the Duke experience since about 1924, are a vibrant and enriching part of student life on campus. Duke recognizes the distinct and permanent influence that student organizations have on the campus community and learning.

Student Organization Handbook

The 2013-2014 Student Organization Handbook is your resource to all essential information needed to make sure your group succeeds. For more information or personalized help please stop by UCAE: Student Involvment.