Student Vaccination Requirements for Fall Semester
Dear Colleagues, As you all know, the success of our pandemic response has relied on a number of different approaches for combating COVID-19—social distancing and de-densification, enhanced cleaning and controlled facilities access, restrictions on visitors and events, and the expectations outlined in the Duke Compact.
Duke Students Evaluate America’s Irregular Broadband Access
Looking closely at the digital divide
Commencement Update: Limited Number of Guests to Be Allowed in Wallace Wade Stadium
Dear Members of the Class of 2021, We are looking forward to hosting an in-person commencement celebrating your accomplishments on Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 9-11 a.m.
Duke University Sees a Record Increase in Undergraduate Applications
More than 2,000 applicants learn Monday of their admission to the Class of 2025
Duke to Distribute New Federal Emergency Grants for Students
Part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), also known as Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF II)
Duke Gardens to Begin Phased Reopening Thursday for Duke Faculty, Staff and Students
Video of Cherry AlleÃ©, Sarah P. Duke gardens After a year-long closure because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sarah P. Duke Gardens plans to reopen in phases beginning April 1, with limited capacity and timed ticketing to ensure best practices for health and safety.
President Price Reiterates Duke's Support for All Immigrants
During virtual summit, president supports fair policy solutions that provide clarity
COVID Vaccination Eligibility Opened to All Duke Students, Beginning March 31
Dear undergraduate students, Earlier today, the State of North Carolina announced it will expand eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination to include college students beginning March 31.
Duke, American University Students Publish Tracker for Online Free Speech Legislation
DURHAM, N.C. — Reporters covering the complicated yet bipartisan reform of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act can more easily monitor the legislation through a new tracker designed by students at Duke and American universities and Future Tense.