Our office coordinates all aspects of the undergraduate experience, with a particular focus on integrating the academic, residential, social and co-curricular facets of student life. Current priorities include enhancing faculty/student interaction, diversity issues, and improving communication with and about undergraduates.
The Bass Society of Fellows is a group of Duke faculty members who have been recognized for excellence in both research and teaching.
The Duke Chautauqua Lecture Series brings distinguished professors into first-year dormitory commons rooms for educational and entertaining conversations about their research.
DukeImmerse is a semester-long program in which students simultaneously take four related, interdisciplinary seminars that build on a single theme.
The Faculty-in-Residence Program is one of the ways in which Duke facilitates and strengthens interaction between professors and undergrads outside the classroom. The program, which is sponsored jointly by our office and the Division of Student Affairs , places diverse faculty members in residence halls.
FLUNCH was started by the Duke Student Government (DSG), in partnership with Student Affairs and the Office of Undergraduate Education, and provides an opportunity for undergraduates to take their professors to lunch. The hope is that students will use this opportunity to establish lasting relationships with faculty members they might not have developed in the classroom. Each student's allotment of FLUNCH funds will be capped at $100 per semester. As always, each undergraduate student may host no more than 2 FLUNCHes per semester. FLUNCH is available during the academic year.
The Winter Forum is a two-and-a-half day event immediately before the start of spring semester, which brings together 100 undergraduates to explore in depth a challenging global topic. Academic units take turns hosting the annual forum, with support from the Office of Undergraduate Education, Students interact and problem-solve with professors, grad students, experts and policymakers from across campus and beyond. Forums are designed to appeal to students from all majors and disciplines.
The Baldwin Scholars is a four-year program that inspires and supports undergraduate women to become engaged, confident and connected leaders in the Duke community and beyond.
DukeEngage empowers students to address critical human needs through immersive service, in the process transforming students, advancing the University’s educational mission, and providing meaningful assistance to communities in the U.S. and abroad.
Duke Center for Civic Engagement seeks to create, sustain, and exemplify an ethos of civic engagement at Duke by connecting university education to public service, promoting reflection on the values of civic engagement, and cultivating synergy among Duke's diverse efforts to make the world a more equitable place.
Global Education for Undergraduates is a resource for students who plan to study off campus, are currently abroad, or have just returned from abroad.
The Office of Financial Aid offers a full range of programs including needs based aid, merit scholarships, parent and student loans, campus jobs, and a variety of payment plans to ensure students and families can pay for a Duke education.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions promotes Duke University to prospective students and families and recruits the incoming academic classes.
The Office of University Scholars and Fellows is the organizational and support office for all Duke students who want to apply for post graduate fellowships and scholarships such as the Truman, the Rhodes, the Marshall, and many other awards. Check out this video to learn more.
Student Affairs encourages students to reflect on their interests, explore their passions, pursue ambitions and establish goals, for now, and for a lifetime. They also provide programs and services that enhance the intellectual, social, cultural and physical development of undergraduate, graduate and professional Duke students.
DukeList is the university's free online marketplace and requires a current Duke NetId to use it. It's the primary site for student employment on campus.
Events@Duke offers a comprehensive listing of Duke events, including lectures, conferences, performing arts, exhibitions, cultural activities and more. Users can search by date, event category, or organization/group, and can download event details to most personal calendar clients.
Duke Today Students contains essential student updates. It is edited by the Office of Undergraduate Education and is home to The short List, the weekly top 5 events and deadlines for undergraduates.
MyDuke is the student hub with password protected access to student records and registration, as well as important links.