Career and Professional Development Resources
- Visit the Career Services Page at the Duke Career Center and the Graduate School Programs that include programs such as Certificate in College Teaching, Emerging Leaders Institute, Preparing Future Faculty, etc.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- The CAPS website in Student Affairs is housed in the Student Wellness Center which hosts student activities, and related health providers such as a campus pharmacy, physical therapy, nutrition services, a meditation garden, a dental office and other support services.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- The Graduate School's DEI page has links to valuable resources, opportunities, student groups, policies, and more. Additional identity, culture, and religion centers on campus can also be found at the Student Affairs website.
Duke International Student Center (formerly Duke IHouse)
- For our international graduate students, find support at the International Student Center page from Duke Student Affairs.
Graduate and Professional Student Services
- Further resources for graduate students on housing, health and wellness, career support, graduate student government, safety, and more can be found at the website for Graduate and Professional Student Services.
Life in Durham and Housing Resources
Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina, one of three cities — Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh — that form North Carolina’s famed Triangle Region. Each of the cities is home to a major research university. The triangle area, with a combined triangle-wide population of more than a million people, boasts a robust intellectual climate and broad cultural diversity.