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The Academic Advising Center (AAC) oversees academic advising for Duke students until they declare their major during sophomore year. Through the AAC, students have a network of advising resources and services available to help them explore the many curricular and co-curricular opportunities at Duke.
Phone: 919-684-6217More on Advising
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.
Email: theARC@duke.eduVisit the ARC website
The Pratt School of Engineering can provide you with assistance related to academic resources for undergraduate and graduate students and offers general academic assistance for engineering students in need of ongoing support. If you need specific contact information for people and departments within the Pratt School of Engineering.
Phone: 919-660-5386Visit Engineering Website
Trinity College of Arts & Sciences is Duke's liberal arts undergraduate college. Students will find advising information for both undecided and declared students, information regarding requirements (T-Reqs) and academic programs, and a listing of academic deans and their areas. If you need special support for an undeclared student, contact the Academic Advising Center. If you need support for a declared student, the student's academic dean can assist you.
Phone: 919-684-6217 - undecided or pre-major students
Phone: 919-684-2130 - students who have declared a major
Trinity's Office of Student Returns (serving students taking a leave from or returning to Duke) may be accessed here.Visit Arts & Sciences Website