Duke University is home to hundreds of recognized student organizations. To learn more about the many ways to get involved visit DukeGroups. The listing of graduate and professional student groups can be found in the Student Groups section of the GPSC website.
If you are interested in joining an existing student organization, you're in the right place! If you're already involved with a student organization and would like support, click here. If you're searching for guidance on starting a new student organization, click here; and may the odds be ever in your favor!
Find student organizations that match your interests with the DukeGroups Interest Matcher! Here's how:
- Click your name on the right hand side of the screen, then click "Involvement" then click "Interests"
- Go through the interest folder and add topics that interest you (we recommend 3-5)
- Rank your interests in order of most important (at the top) to less important (at the bottom)
- To see recommended organizations and events, click "Organizations" or "Events" in the Blue bar above your Ranked Interests
Still have questions?
Make an appointment with Launch.
The mission of LAUNCH, a student-led program, is to enhance student involvement and leadership development at Duke University. The LAUNCH team provides web-based resources, individual, new group, and executive board appointments, retreat planning assistance and workshops to facilitate peer to peer development for the purpose of enhancing individuals and groups in the Duke community.
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