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Find out where our information lives on the public-facing website and each department's personnel.

Our vision is to create an environment within Student Affairs where assessment is a valued and essential practice, one in which results guide decisions and inform our collective efforts toward student development.

Visit the Assessment Office page

Checklists, guidelines, templates, policies. We’ve gathered the most important resources to help our team do their job effectively, efficiently and easily.

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The Career Center provides career services of the highest standard to Duke undergraduates, graduate students and alumni of Trinity College, the Pratt School of Engineering and the Graduate School. Working in partnership with faculty and colleagues, and recognizing that each individual has unique needs, our staff members help students and alumni make the most of their Duke education, resources, and connections; develop career interests and values; and find satisfying work.

Meet the Career Center staff

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Conference and Event Services provides the Duke community with the services and equipment necessary for successful meetings, conferences, and other special events on campus. Our team members are the primary campus contact point for services related to conferences and special events in the Campus Center and across campus. We can assist you in reserving a Campus Center space or coordinate equipment rental at another campus venue.

Meet the CES Staff

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The mission of Duke University's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is to provide excellent quality of care to undergraduate and graduate students. We are committed to demonstrating empathy and trust with students, one another, campus and community partners, and other stakeholders. As social justice motivates our work, all students will experience acceptance and compassion, and affirmation for their lived identities and life experiences.

Meet the CAPS Staff

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CMA offers co-curricular based cross-cultural programs to Duke students, and provides holistic support on multi and intercultural issues for the university community.

Meet the CMA Staff

visit the CMA page

Muslim Life at Duke is committed to enriching the lives of Duke's Muslim students through programs and services that cater to their spiritual, social and intellectual needs.

Meet the CML Staff

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CSGD provides education, advocacy, support, and space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and straight-allied students, staff, and faculty at Duke, as well as alumni/ae and members of neighboring communities.

Meet the CSGD Staff 

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Duke is home to one of the most innovative, dynamic, and cutting edge collegiate dining programs in the country. Duke Dining provides a variety of ways tempt and please your palate with access to over 50 dining locations that include 34 on-campus locations, Merchants-on-Points (MOPs-off-campus restaurants that deliver), and food trucks.

Meet the Duke Dining Staff

visit the DUke Dining page

Duke International Student Center assists international undergraduate, graduate and professional students and their families with orientation and acclimation; enhances cross-cultural interaction among students, faculty and staff.

Meet the DISC Staff

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DukeReach provides comprehensive 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.

Meet the Duke Reach Staff

Visit the dukereach page

DuWell looks at the integration of many areas of their life through areas of wellness promotion and risk mitigation. We engage students through a variety of wellness experiences across campus in an effort to manage stress and reduce anxiety while emphasizing self-care.

Meet the DuWell Staff

visit the DuWell page

GVEO provides services that include counseling, reporting options, supportive measures, and prevention efforts.

Meet the GVEO team

visit the GVEO page

If you are a graduate or professional student at Duke, Student Affairs is here for you. Almost all of the programs, services and resources offered by Student Affairs are available to graduate and professional students. From health and wellness support to post-degree career planning to exploring cultural diversity to exercising your personal interests through student groups, we've got you covered.

Meet the GSPS Staff

Visit the GPSS page

Housing and Residence Life (HRL) manages all aspects of the university’s three-year undergraduate residency requirement. Residential programs are designed to build positive communities that value learning, create new opportunities for faculty engagement, and generate positive social connections.

Meet the HRL Staff

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Jewish Life at Duke is comprised of the Freeman Center and the Rubenstein-Silvers Hillel. This combination works to foster and enrich Jewish life for students, faculty and staff through social, educational, religious and cultural activities.

Meet the Staff of the Jewish Life at Duke

Visit the Jewish life page

The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture promotes racial understanding, builds community, and fosters an appreciation for and increased knowledge of Black people, Black history, Black culture, and the vast contributions of people of the African Diaspora.

Meet the MLW Staff

visit the MLW Page

The Office of New Student & Programs provides programs and resources to our new student populations and their families. We provide part of the foundation of the undergraduate experience and serve as a resource and support network for new students.

Meet the Staff of the New Student and Family Programs

visit the New Student and Family Programs page

The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards strengthens personal responsibility and accountability through investigation and resolution of alleged violations of university policies. We encourage honesty, integrity, and respect within the campus community as promoted by our honor code, the Duke Community Standard.

Meet the OSCCS Staff

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Duke is proud to have military veterans as part of our community of students, faculty and staff. To support your time at Duke we have brought together many resources from throughout the Duke and Durham community. We hope that you will take advantage of the available resources and let us know how we may assist and support your needs.

Meet the OSV Staff

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We tell the story of Student Affairs. It is our mission to communicate clearly with students to foster a culture of belonging and wellbeing. Through conversations, brainstorming, strategic planning, and implementation, we strive to share Student Affairs key messages to the right audience at the right time.

Meet the Student Affairs Communications Team

visit the Student Affairs Communications Team page

All of your HR and Staff Payroll needs!

visit the SASRO page

Student Health offers a wide range of healthcare services for all Duke students, many of which are covered by the student health fee. Every time you need services, you'll discover professional and compassionate care that directly contributes to your well-being and overall success.

Meet the SH Staff

visit the SH page

Leadership development and student organization support are the cornerstones of the Student Involvement & Leadership team. Visit this group to learn more about programs and services including student organization support, leadership development, DukeGroups, and more.

Meet the SIL Staff

visit the SIL page

Time Away empowers students to take time off when they feel it is necessary to align their personal and academic paths, enables them to seek time away with minimal administrative burden, and provides connection and support to facilitate a successful return. Our goal is to work with all our campus partners to streamline your leave experience, to ensure continuity and connections, and to make sure you experience a supportive, warm and care-centered leave and return process.

Meet the TA Staff

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The Venue and Production Management team oversees the performing and arts spaces on campus, as well as the Duke University Box Office and the Arts Annex. VPM manages the reservations and operations for all of the major theater spaces on campus, including the Rubenstein Arts Center. The Duke University Box Office located in the Bryan University Center provides ticketing services for all art and cultural events on the campus.

Meet the VPM Staff

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The Women's Center works to improve the status of women in higher education at Duke. In collaboration with student groups and faculty and staff colleagues, the Women's Center offers information, advocacy, technical assistance, referrals, and programming on a variety of gender-related issues.

Meet the WC Staff

visit the WC page