Important Resources

For Duke University undergraduate student records, please contact the Office of the University Registrar or call (919) 684-2813.

For residency, internship, and fellowship verfications, please contact the Office of Graduate Medical Education at 919-684-3491.

Important Resources

  • ACES - Login to your student account.  ACES allows students to view their academic history, grades, and official schedules.  ACES is also where students view their account balances, complete on-line registration, etc.
  • BlueDocs - This tool allows students and faculty to view the school year through the lens of the school's Goals and Objectives.  Please direct any questions about BlueDocs to the Office of Curriclum. 
  • Bulletin of the School of Medicine - This site provides links to the school's bulletin in HTML and PDF formats, and includes course listings, program requirements, and other guidelines.
  • Goals and Objectives
  • Goals and Objectives appendix spreedsheet

Academic Calendar for 2014-2015. Calendars are subject to change. 

Registration Information and Course Offerings

PROMOTIONS:  Promotions Committee  (Structure & Guidelines effective July 1, 2010)
TEXTBOOKS:  Textbook Information
THIRD YEAR:   Third Year Web site - Study programs and directors, thesis requirements, study away, research requirements, and more 
DIPLOMAS:   The School of Medicine Registrar's Office does not keep copies of student diplomas. In the event that a diploma is misplaced or damaged, please contact the Office of the University Registrar, 114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Smith Warehouse, Bay 9, Room A289, Campus Box 90754 Durham, NC 27708-0754; (919) 684-3146. The office can replace the document for a nominal fee. The university registrar’s office will provide you with a form that must be completed and notarized. The individual concerned must certify in writing that the diploma is truly lost and that if found in the future, the replacement diploma will be returned to Duke University. Damaged diplomas must be submitted to the School of Medicine registrar’s office before the replacement can be issued.

North Carolina Residency 

Graduation/Completion Rate:

Number of Graduates in the Doctor of Medicine program during the 2011-2012 academic year = 92; Completion Rate:  100%; Number of students that transferred out of the Doctor of Medicine program: 0 

Number of Graduates in the Doctor of Medicine program during the 2012-2013 academic year = 107; Completion Rate: 98%; Number of students that transferred out of the Doctor of Medicine program: 0

Number of Graduates in the Doctor of Medicine program during the 2013-2014 academic year = 99; Completion Rate:  100%; Number of studens that transferred out of the Doctor of Medicine program: 0