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Date & Time: Wednesday, August 11, 12-2 pm
Contact: Rebecca Hoeffler; email@example.com
Details: Start the new school year with sustainability in mind and join Sustainable Duke’s Program Coordinator Rebecca Hoeffler to learn about the efforts Duke is taking to combat the climate crisis. Learn how you play a key role in Duke’s Carbon Neutrality goal in 2024 and engage with the latest sustainability paradigms and projects to provide an innovative lens during your lessons this school year. Click here to join the session at any time between 12-2 pm on Wednesday, August 11th. Follow Sustainable Duke on Instagram and Facebook to learn more.
Dates & Time: Aug.17, 24-27 at 5pm
Details: Tours of Perkins/Bostock Libraries will be offered on Aug.17, 24, 25, 26, 27 at 5pm, registration link will be sent soon.
Date & Time: Tuesday, August 17, 12:30–2:00 p.m.
Location: Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium Concourse
Date & Time: Friday August 20th at 1pm - 1:30pm
Location: Gilbert-Addoms Down Under
Details: Join the Center for Muslim Life at Duke for our weekly services to pray and socialize with CML staff & other Muslim students, staff & faculty. All are welcome!
Dates: Friday August 20 and Saturday August 28
Details: On Friday August 20 and Saturday August 28 we will host a game night for international students and visiting scholars. We are still working out the details of the events. The final details will be on our website by August 15 https://dukebridges.org/ email Danny with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Health is the primary source for a wide range of healthcare services for all Duke Students, many of which are covered by the student health fee. We are here to provide evidence-based, patient-centered health care to our campus community in a professional and compassionate manner that directly contributes to the student's well-being and overall success.
The services provided by Student Health include student health insurance, nutrition services, physical therapy, immunizations, and others.
Location: 2nd Floor of the Duke Student Wellness Center,
305 Towerview Drive
All international students studying in the U.S. are required to maintain adequate medical insurance during their enrollment at Duke University. International students that will not be studying in the U.S will not be required to enroll in the student health insurance plan or pay the health fee. Contact insurance department if you have any questions regarding insurance requirements.
Nutrition counseling is available to all currently enrolled Duke Students and is covered by your Student Health fee at no additional cost.
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Toni Apadula: firstname.lastname@example.org
Physical therapy can help with pain anywhere in the body, including acute and chronic injuries, and with return to normal activities post-surgery. The PT visits will be billed to your Duke Student Health insurance as physical therapy services are not included in the Duke Student Health fee.
Rosalinda Canizares: email@example.com
Location: 3rd floor of the Student Wellness Center,
305 Towerview Drive
North Carolina State Law requires that all students entering college present a certificate of immunization that documents that the student has received all immunizations required by law. You must comply with North Carolina laws and Duke requirements.
DuWell is dedicated to fostering a living/learning environment on campus that encourages the full development of the individual as an engaged member of the community.
Location: 1st Floor of the
Student Wellness Center,
305 Towerview Drive
Campus Smiles at Duke is a full-service dental office located inside the Student Wellness Center. Some of the services we offer are same-day emergency visits, fillings, crowns, Invisalign and whitening.
Location: 1st Floor of the
Student Wellness Center,
305 Towerview Drive
CAPS helps Duke Students enhance strengths and develop abilities to successfully live, grow and learn in their personal and academic lives. We offer many services to Duke undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, including brief individual and group counseling, couples counseling and more.
Location: 3rd Floor of the Student Wellness Center,
305 Towerview Drive
DukeReach provides comprehensive outreach services to identify and support students in managing all aspects of their wellbeing. We provide case management services including coordination, advocacy, referrals, and follow-up services for students who are experiencing significant difficulties related to mental health, physical health, and/or psycho-social adjustment.
Address: Room 118, Duke Student Wellness Center
305 Towerview Drive
Duke Recreation provides diverse recreational opportunities that promote healthy active lifestyles in a safe, inclusive environment.
Our mission to partner with faculty, researchers, and students through consultation, instruction, co-curricular programming, and research assistance at various stages of the research data lifecycle. We are located within Duke University Libraries. Our team of consultants and interns offers support in data science, data sources, data management and curation, data visualization, and mapping and GIS (geographic information systems).
All over the world, the name “Duke” signifies more than just an outstanding university. It represents a vibrant and diverse community – a family that is continuously growing and adding new members, whose spirit and determination are unrivaled. The Duke Alumni Association exists to represent, mobilize and serve this community on campus and around the world.
Location: Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center,
2080 Duke University Road
The Career Center engages students and alumni in discovering and determining what is meaningful and valuable in their lives and applying this to careers. We provide guidance for exploring the intersection of our students' education, values, goals, skills, and experiences in order to identify and realize their aspirations.
Location: Bay 5, Smith Warehouse, 2nd Floor,
114 S. Buchanan Blvd.
The William R. Perkins Library, Bostock Library and Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library comprise the main West Campus library complex, which is joined by Lilly and Music libraries on East Campus, the Pearse Memorial Library at the Duke Marine Lab and the separately administered libraries serving the schools of Business, Divinity, Law and Medicine. Together they form one of the nation's top ten private university library systems.
Perkins and Bostock:
Duke’s international and area studies centers engage Duke students and faculty from across the social sciences, arts and humanities, public affairs, environment and professional schools in the study of world’s societies, cultures, economies, customs and languages. Under the umbrella of the Center for International and Global Studies, these units each play a role in promoting internationalization on the Duke campus and beyond.
EIS serves Duke’s educational mission by supporting multilingual graduate and professional students in becoming confident, independent users of academic and professional English. The program provides effective, individualized English-language instruction, advising, and assessment centered on students’ dynamic field-specific communication needs.
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GCIP provides communications and intercultural programming, including courses, workshops and 1:1 coaching, for graduate degree programs and departments in the Pratt School of Engineering.
The Innovation Co-Lab is a creativity incubator, focused on exploring how new and emerging technologies can fundamentally reshape the research, academic, and service missions of the university. Working with our innovation-minded colleagues around campus, we're building a model program that will elevate and inspire members of the Duke Community who are solving problems, big and small, through our ever-changing technological environment. Students are encouraged to take advantage of our technology workshops, grant programs, project support, and makerspace facilities.
OIT manages Duke’s central technology infrastructure and provides IT services including e-mail, WiFi, website development, multimedia and Innovation CoLabs for 3D printing and prototyping, and cybersecurity. OIT supports departments and individuals with a walk-up technology Service Desk, online self-help and technology training.
SISS provides support for DukeHub, the portal that allows all members of the Duke Community to access the student information system from a single location.
The TWP Writing Studio facilitates writers' critical and creative thought through collaborative, non-evaluative consultations, workshops, writing groups, and events. In all of our work, we actively seek to support diverse, inclusive writing communities. Our highly educated consultants work with you at any stage of the writing process – from brainstorming and researching to drafting, revising, and fine-tuning a final draft.
Tel: (919) 660-4368
We are happy to answer any questions about transcripts, enrollment verifications, registration and DukeHub.
The Academic Resource Center provides services and resources to support undergraduate students at any point during their academic careers at Duke. Services are free and available to any Duke undergraduate student, in any year, studying in any discipline. The ARC offers learning consultations, peer tutoring, SAGE Learning Communities, and more. Visit our website to learn about all the opportunities available at the ARC.
Bridges Connection at Duke is an organization that provides social gatherings, services, and spiritual resources to international students, visiting scholars, and all other internationals connected to the university.
In partnership with the Division of Student Affairs, Duke Chapel convenes, supports, and advocates for all of the officially recognized Religious Life groups on campus that serve students. The Religious Life team of clergy, chaplains, and administrators welcome new students during Orientation Week and offer events throughout the year, including weekly worship opportunities and special events.
We are here to serve ALL International Students & Scholars in practical ways that add value, nurture wisdom, and cultivate character. We hope you will thrive during this chapter of your life! As campus staff with an organization known as International Students, Inc., each of us identifies as a follower of the Jesus. iStudentsDuke is an approved religious life group at Duke and an active partner with various University departments, especially Duke's I-house.
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The Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) promotes community engagement, multicultural education, leadership development, and social justice education among the student population. Their programs and services aim to empower students and their organizations to create a vibrant and inclusive community.
Location: Lower Level of the Bryan Center,
125 Science Drive
The Center for Muslim Life, located at 406 Swift Avenue, serves as a home away from home for all who want to engage with Muslim community at Duke. At the CML, students, staff, and faculty come together to create a vibrant and inclusive Muslim environment. To learn about our events and programs, sign up for our listserv at bitly.com/dukecml.
Location: 406 Swift Avenue
We strive to achieve an inclusive campus climate for students, staff, faculty, and alumnx with marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions through education, advocacy, support, mentoring, academic engagement, and providing space.
Location: 100 Bryan Center, 125 Science Drive
Our Mission is to provide educational programs, services and advocacy to Duke global community on campus as well as outreach to the greater Durham area. We offer extensive cross-cultural information and training to enhance the mission of the university.
Location: 2 Epworth Dorm Lane, East Campus
The Freeman Center for Jewish Life serves as a home away from home for all those seeking to engage with the Jewish community. Celebrate holidays, make friends, enjoy a good meal, discuss Israel, as well as connect those interested with amazing Jewish opportunities.
Location: 1415 Faber St
Our office strives to promote racial understanding, build community, and foster an appreciation for and increase knowledge of Black people, Black history, Black culture, and the vast contributions of people of the African Diaspora.
Location: 101 Flowers Building, West Campus
The Duke University Women’s Center is dedicated to helping every female identified student at Duke become self-assured with a streetwise savvy coming from actively engaging with the world. We welcome all students who are committed to gender equity and social change.
Location: Crowell Hall, 10 Epworth Lane, East Campus
The Duke University Bouchet Society primarily supports graduate students from underrepresented groups in the pursuit of scholarly excellence in the natural sciences, technology, engineering and math.
Duke Chinese Students and Scholars Association (DCSSA)
DCSSA is a non-profit, non-political, and non-religious service organization for the Chinese community in Duke. DCSSA is committed to organizing diverse social, cultural, and academic events to support and enrich the lives of Chinese students and scholars in Duke. Our main activities include incoming students services, Mid-autumn and Spring Festival Gala, Duke-in-Touch alumni series, cooperative career fair, and cooking competition, which help Chinese students and scholars integrate into the Chinese community and promote the networking with other communities.
Duke F1RSTS is a community for PhD and master’s students who are the first in their family to attend graduate school. We serve the needs of first-gen grad students, have get-togethers with 1g students from the Triangle area and run a mentorship initiative. We also offer information sessions and workshops on academia, career paths, finances and networking.
We bring together interdisciplinary graduate student teams that provide pro bono consulting services to social organizations in Durham and beyond. We provide students with the opportunity to gain experience beyond the classroom in a collaborative environment while strengthening the work of change makers at the intersection of technology, business, and public policy.
DukeOUT is a group that brings together the LGBTQA community among the various graduate and professional schools. We are working to increase interaction among the LGBTQ graduate and professional students, increase the visibility of these issues, fight homophobia and make Duke a more welcoming environment for LGBTQ students.
GPSG (Graduate & Professional Student Government) is the umbrella student government organization for Duke’s nine Graduate and Professional schools.
WiSE serves as a liaison between women science and engineering students and the administration, and sponsors events in which women faculty members and students in science and engineering can come together and share experiences and ideas for change.
Get information about personal safety and home security. Officers will be on site to engrave your electronic items, including iPads, laptops, MP3, cameras, and bicycles with your Unique ID number (Not iPhones). Information obtained includes the owner’s name, serial number and item engraved and stored in the DUPD database.
Tel: (919) 684-2444
As part of our commitment to the Healthy Duke initiative and to creating a healthy living and working environment, Duke is adopting a new policy to become tobacco-free on all property and grounds owned and leased by Duke University beginning July 1, 2020. The policy prohibits the use of all tobacco-based products, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos, hookahs, chewing tobacco, snuff, and electronic smoking devices such as e-cigarettes, vaping products, and IQOS.
Ask any questions regarding visa, traveling outside the U.S., OPT/CPT, and how to maintain your legal status in the U.S. as an international Student.
Tel: (919) 681-8472
Location: Smith Warehouse, Bay 7, 1st Floor
Enterprise Car Share provides convenient 24-hour access to eighteen rental vehicles at multiple locations on campus throughout the school year. Members can rent a car on a daily or hourly basis.
Duke IT safeguards the university's information assets and the supporting infrastructure against unauthorized use, disclosure, modification, damage or loss.
Sustainable Duke is charged with leading Duke University to its 2024 Carbon Neutrality goal. Our office aims to educate and empower the Duke community to create a more sustainable future through social, economic, and environmental change on our campus and beyond. Our central office focuses on education, outreach, emission reduction, collaborative partnerships, and enabling Duke to train future leaders who are ready to tackle the current and future challenges of the climate crisis. The Duke Carbon Offsets Initiative, one of the first University-based offset groups in the country, assists the University to become a model carbon neutral institution and to lead peer institutions in their efforts to become carbon neutral. The Duke Campus farm provides an engaging hands-on-learning opportunity to help catalyze positive change in the food system.
Get information for all your transportation needs, including biking and walking maps, carpool information, and resources for all the free (until July, 2022) local and regional bus systems.
Tel: (919) 684-PARK (7275)
Bank of America can help you open bank accounts. Students will need 2 forms of identification (passport, student ID, Visa, etc.). No deposits accepted. Accounts will be opened and processed on the same day. Checks and debit cards will be sent to the account owner within 5 - 7 business days.
1515 N Gregson St, Durham
Tel: (919) 956-2254
Duke University Federal Credit Union (Duke Credit Union) is a not-for-profit financial cooperative (like a Bank but not-for-profit). We have been serving the Duke Community exclusively since 1968. When you become a member of the Credit Union you are part owner of the organization. We offer Savings Accounts, Debit (Checking) Accounts, Auto Loans, Home Loans and much more at very competitive rates. Duke Credit Union is managed and operated by Duke Employees. The Board of Directors are Duke Credit Union members. The entire team is committed to helping the Duke community afford life and fulfill their aspirations. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative, we are dedicated to providing a financially secure and stable organization with products/services designed specifically for you. Afford Your Life. Join Today! Who is eligible to join? • Employees of Duke University and Duke Health • Students and Alumni of Duke University • Retirees of Duke University and Duke Health • Immediate Family Members of any of the above
Tel: (919) 684-6704
Location: 2200 West Main St.
Suite L100, Durham NC, 27705
Wells Fargo can help you open bank accounts. Students will need 2 forms of identification (passport, student ID, Visa, etc.). No deposits accepted. Accounts will be opened and processed on the same day. Checks and debit cards will be sent to the account owner within 5 - 7 business days.
Duke Medical Center
200 Trent Dr, Durham
2000 W Main St, Durham
Cort Furniture works with colleges and universities nationwide helping their students and scholars find housing as well as other immediate needs such as furnishings.
Start building your US credit history with Deserve Edu, the “Best Student Credit Card 2019.” Access the perfect perks like 1 year of Amazon Prime Student on us and 1% cash back, without any annual or inactivity fees. International students can apply without an SSN or credit history.
International Tel: 1-801-981-4334
Flywire partners with Duke to provide international students with a convenient and cost-effective way to pay your tuition and fees by wire transfer in your home currency. Flywire offers competitive foreign exchange rates, online payment tracking, and 24/7 multilingual customer service, to make sure your payment arrives to Duke safely, and on time.
AT&T has an array of phones for students to try out and/or purchase. We will have tablets, Android products, Apple products, and Windows products on hand as well as some accessories. Students can sign up for service individually or as a “family”.
Cricket wireless is part of the AT&T family. We are a no contract company. We have nationwide reliable coverage and affordable prepaid rates. We have the best family plans starting at 4 individuals for $100.
T-Mobile offers very competitive rates with amazing service to back those rates up. It provides prepaid services and other services as well with options for international calling in over 120 countries.