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Passover 2023 with Jewish Life at Duke Passover takes place April 5-13, 2023. We’ve got you covered with seders, events, and kosher-for-Passover meals across campus. Download or view a printable PDF here. Passover Seders with Jewish Life at Duke Celebrate Passover with us by attending a seder, a ritual Passover meal. Make sure to sign up by March 26! Wednesday, April 5: First Night of Passover Option 1: Student-Hosted Seders Across Campus: Various times and locations, led by student and student organization hosts Take your pick from 17 student-hosted seders across campus! From “Dress as Your Favorite Plague Seder” to…
Student Experience Surveys The Duke Student Experiences Survey aims to understand of the extent and nature of sexual misconduct involving Duke students and to gather students’ views of campus climate in relation to sexual misconduct. 2018 Student Experiences Survey 2018 SES Appendices 2016 Duke Student Experiences Survey 2016 SES Appendices leave this page
Report Here Submitting this form will result in outreach to the complainant (if known) outlining options for support and the option to file a formal complaint. You can submit this report for yourself or someone else and do so with your name or anonymously. Submit an Incident report If you have general questions about reporting sexual misconduct, you may contact Victoria Krebs, Associate Dean of Students, Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, at 919-684-7336 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Making an Informed Decision Reporting is always your choice, and you should never feel pressured to do so. Here are some of the…
Welcome to Duke! Experiential Orientation is an incredible weeklong immersion that gives new-to-Duke students the opportunity to dive into an engaging experience that builds community and fosters a sense of belonging around a shared interest. Combining experiential and immersive education with thoughtful team-building, engaging excursions, leadership development, and campus and community tours, this orientation model promises to be an incredible introduction to the Duke community. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TRANSFER EXPERIENTIAL ORIENTATION: COMING SOON!
International Guide (I-Guide Program) Support incoming international students as they transition to Duke and Durham! Undergraduate I-Guides Click here to review the Undergraduate I-Guide role description Graduate & Professional (G&P) I-Guides Click here to review the Graduate & Professional (G&P) I-Guide role description Apply to be an Undergraduate I-Guide for Fall 2024! Apply to be a Graduate & Professional I-Guide for Fall 2024!
Get involved with the Duke international community! Calling all global leaders! Explore opportunities to develop your leadership skills, build your resume, get involved, and support the Duke international community. I-Guide Program (International Orientation Leader) International Guides (I-Guides) serve as orientation leaders for incoming international students. I-Guides assist DISC with international move-in, orientation, and social events for incoming students. Open to undergraduate and graduate/professional students! Click here to learn more about the I-Guide program and apply to be an I-Guide! Global Fellows Program A collaboration between the Duke International Student Center (DISC), and the Office of Global Affairs (OGA), the Duke…
QuadEx Benefits During their four years here, Duke students will follow their own unique paths, but they will also contribute to the dynamic, spirited community that is shaped by shared experiences and a love of this place. QuadEx supports students as they make the most of their time with this extraordinary community. QuadEx provides opportunities for students to live and learn together – about themselves, about each other, and about the world.
QuadEx enhances and integrates the social, residential, and intellectual lives of Duke undergraduates. With QuadEx, it’s not only where you live, but how you live. QuadEx builds a residential and community link between East and West Campus, where two East Campus residence halls are paired and connected to a Quad on West Campus. First-year students begin living in an East Campus residence hall and also automatically belong to their connected Quad community on West Campus. These East-West connections support special programming, getting to know upperclass students, and feeling at home in both places. All Quad programming and resources are available…
Check out some of our past Connection Project events! Truth or Dare, October 2023 Bull City Escape Room, April 2023 Connection Project Retreat, Fall 2022
The following message was shared on Jewish Life at Duke’s social media channels on October 9, 2023.
John Blackshear was named dean of students in Student Affairs in June, 2020. He will continue to hold the post of associate vice provost of undergraduate education. In that role, he helps coordinate shared priorities between Student Affairs, the university’s academic deans and the Office of Undergraduate Education Blackshear previously was dean of academic affairs for Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, as well as senior associate dean of academic planning in Trinity College. Since 2001, he has served a wide range of essential support roles for students at Duke, including academic dean, supervising Duke’s low-income and first-generation scholarship and success…
Want to learn more about yourself and who you want to be at Duke? Start today! Take this Values Quiz to discern your core values. Afterward, we’ll reach out to you to invite you to meet with one of the Connection Project Coordinators to discuss your values and how they show up in your life. Take the Values Quiz