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The Division of Student Affairs is critically engaged in supporting the holistic engagement and personal growth of all students who attend Duke. The Division collaborates with student leaders, faculty, families, community members and many others in the delivery of key services.
Our programs and services are designed to support holistic wellbeing, foster an inclusive and dynamic community, and complement Duke's commitment to academic excellence.
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The Division of Student Affairs supports over 16,000 Duke undergraduate, graduate and professional students and engages tens of thousands of visitors, families, and members of the Duke community every year. Our team includes more than 800 dining staff, 200 housekeepers, 100 clinicians and care providers, and scores of student development specialists, event coordinators, residential coordinators, career advisers and operations experts. We partner with student leaders and faculty on the Durham and Beaufort campuses throughout the calendar year.
Our primary job is to ensure Duke students have the resources and support they need to arrive at their classes and laboratories ready to engage in critical thinking and learning each day. We also help Blue Devils gain skills and insight about themselves and the world - and we take great pride in helping future leaders tackle obstacles, flourish, and make the most of their Duke experience. Through a wide range of programs and offices– from undergraduate new student and family programs to career advising, from venue management and the box office to QuadEx, student leader advising, and student-programs and initiatives in our Identity and Cultural Centers, we love being a part of our students’ individual journeys and fostering excellence across Duke.
We’re glad you’re here!
Mary Pat McMahon
Vice Provost and Vice President of Student Affairs
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BBBS mentors at Duke. In a given trip, a mentor will drive to KIPP Durham, meet with their matched student…
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BCS volunteers at Duke. In a given trip, a group of volunteers will drive to Neal Middle School, help tutor…
The Social Security Office has removed its appointment-only service; Duke International Student Center will make drop-off trips to Social Security every Monday at 9:00 am…
Duke International Student Center will drop off students and scholars at Social Security
This is a practice of Asana (physical movement), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and Dhyana (meditation). Each class will include mindfulness & breath control techniques, warm up…
This wellness experience will allow you to focus on your mind-body connection through restful poses, controlled breathing, and relaxation that will help you manage stress…
This will be a roundtable event focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion, put on by the Materials Research Society @ Duke.
English Conversation Club returns to DISC on Monday, January 23rd for its weekly sessions! We look forward to seeing you there. The Duke International Student…
Join the MSA as we break our fasts together on Feb 23, Feb 27, March 6, March 9, and March 20
Join us for an instructor-led figure drawing class with live models!
Join us weekly for our Spanish Conversation Club in the Duke International Student Center! Speakers of all levels are welcome
Come gather Monday evenings to meditate and connect with Buddhist Meditation Community at Duke (BMCD). Although we are rooted in Buddhist meditation, our group represents…
All Duke students should follow the university's frequently updated COVID-19 guidance. Learn more on Duke's Coronavirus Response site. Here's what do if you feel sick.