Home of the Blue Devils, Duke University has about 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students and a world-class faculty helping to expand the frontiers of knowledge. The university has a strong commitment to applying knowledge in service to society, both near its North Carolina campus and around the world. Click the below icons to follow Duke on social media
Academic Resource Center (the ARC) offers services and resources to all undergraduate students including one-on-one learning consultations, peer tutoring, learning communities, and more.
The Duke Alumni Association leads major social events on campus each year, such as homecoming and reunions, organizes travel and learning programs across the country and around the world, and helps alumni stay connected to one another through an online directory, powerful career networking tools and other resources.
Your love of learning didn’t stop when you graduated – and neither did your pursuit of new ideas and inspiration. The Lifelong Learning department within Alumni Engagement is your resource for a lifetime of intellectual stimulation and fulfillment. These educational programs and partnerships keep you informed, enriched and forever learning.
Duke Anesthesiology reflects the comprehensive effort of an exceptional team of anesthesia physicians, nurses, and staff to advance patient care within Duke University Medical Center and the field of medicine at large. Through excellence in physician leadership, research, education, and innovation, we improve perioperative outcomes and establish the very best in patient care.
The Campus Center is the formal name of the neighborhood containing: The Plaza, Bryan Center, Brodhead Center, Flowers Building, Page Auditorium, Student Wellness Center, and Penn Pavilion.
Duke Cancer Institute is a collaborative powerhouse—audacious, evolving, unconventional—at the center of a world-renowned university and medical center. We unleash the power of synchronous collaboration to create breakthroughs that rapidly transform the unimagined into the possible—to fuel a pace of discoveries and advances previously thought impossible.
The Duke University Career Center engages graduate and undergraduate students and alumni in discovering and determining what is meaningful and valuable in their lives and applying this to careers. We provide guidance throughout this ongoing, intentional process and encourage opportunities for exploring the intersection of our students’ education, values, goals, skills, and reflection on experiences to identify and realize their aspirations, both at Duke and after.
The Duke Catholic Center is the official Catholic community on the campus of Duke University. A ministry of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh and the Conventual Franciscan Friars, the DCC serves a Catholic student population that is the largest single denomination on campus. Of the 13,300 students at Duke University, about 20% of them are Roman Catholic. The ministries of the Duke Catholic Center serve and support the spiritual development of countless students during critical transitional times in their lives. The Duke Catholic Center fosters the formation of future Catholic leaders and promotes the integration of our spiritual, intellectual, and social lives.
The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development delivers state-of-the-art interdisciplinary clinical care, conducts cutting-edge research, trains the next generation of scientists, and advocates for public policies to help ensure people with autism reach their full potential. The Duke Center for Autism is a part of the Duke University School of Medicine and the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences.
The Duke Center for International Development (DCID), a unit within Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, advances international development policy and practice through interdisciplinary approaches to post-graduate education, mid-career training, international advising and research. Its faculty and staff continuously strive to create programs that meet the specific needs of each client and student.
The Duke University Center for Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Infectious Disease (WaSH-AID) is a collaborative translational research team working closely with more than 20 academic, non-profit, and private industry partners around the world to facilitate the development and sustainable deployment of novel technology-based solutions for health and environmental challenges.
With support from the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award and Duke Health, CTSI accelerates real-world translational research at Duke with funding, innovative resources, and nationwide collaborations. CTSI helps to: (1) Accelerate discovery through research; (2) Innovate solutions to translational research challenges; (3) Connect academic stakeholders and community partners locally, regionally, and nationally; (4) Educate researchers and support career development for junior investigators and research staff; (5) Fund promising projects and ideas at critical stages in the research process. Together, we can advance scientific discoveries and build healthy communities.
The Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) is the world’s largest academic research organization, specializing in groundbreaking multinational clinical trials, major national patient registries, and landmark outcomes research. From thought leadership to clinical practice, we craft the right approach for today while advancing the science of tomorrow.