Beyond the classroom, your learning opportunities are boundless.
Sample of global programs offered by Duke University
Civic Summer Fellows from the Duke Center for Civic Engagement
Civic, Spiritual and Leadership Engagements
The Student Affairs Leadership Initiative offers opportunities for students to grow and develop the skills and confidence to take on leadership roles. It provides opportunities to engage with campus leaders and to participate in a variety of leadership development activities such as Duke Student Government, East Campus Council and Baldwin Scholars.
While the university is an independent and non-sectarian institution, Duke does have more than 25 religious life groups on campus, forming a religiously active and diverse community. More than 1,500 students are involved in religious life on campus.
Fraternities and sororities have historically been a significant part of campus life by sponsoring inter-campus events, hosting parties and performing community service. They are known for providing leadership opportunities and fostering a sense of belonging and campus spirit.
2,000 Student Volunteers
70 Nations Worldwide
DukeEngage provides full funding for select Duke undergraduates who wish to pursue an immersive summer of service in partnership with a U.S. or international community.
Don’t just attend Duke. Own it.
A great experience awaits you at Duke. The value of that experience is yours to determine. Invest in this place with the full measure of your curiosity, intelligence, creativity and human warmth and the returns will be priceless.
Duke offers a culture of public engagement that is interwoven with education and research across the institution.
At Duke, a student's education doesn't end at the classroom door. Our students have a wide variety of opportunities to enhance and supplement in-class learning with rich, diverse hands-on experiences.
On- and off-campus, in the United States and abroad, in the humanities and the natural sciences, the opportunities are limitless. In countless ways, Duke students move beyond the lecture hall to explore issues, get a taste of future career possibilities and gain insight into the world that awaits them. If existing opportunities don’t meet their needs, they can create their own.