Information Technology and University News Resources
The descriptions and links below will provide an overview of Duke's news outlets and information technology resources. For more specific information, please visit the links provided. Since these are university level-publications and offices, keep in mind that they serve several segments of the university community and thus not everything they offer will be directly relevant to graduate students.
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology is Duke's central provider of computing and communications services for staff and students. Graduate and Professional students may also get support from their Department or School local IT support when available. Please visit OIT's special page for NEW Graduate and Professional students, New to Duke. It includes information on how to choose a computer, lists available site licensed software, NetID, printing on campus, and Tech Tips. (also available in PDF format)
Duke Today: Primary outlet for campus news to all segments of the university community.
The Chronicle: Campus newspaper available online or in print. Please note that it is primarily geared to the undergraduate population with occasional stories of interest to graduate and professional students.
Events @ Duke: Primary campus event calendar
- Academic Calendar: Access to the official University Academic Calendar from the Registrar's Office
From the Online@Duke site you can access and manage your information technology (IT) services and accounts as well as get answers to questions on IT topics at Duke. You can do everything from changing your NetID password to paying your Duke telephone bill.
DukeList: Provides a place to post and search for esearch opportunities, on-campus student employment postings, student leadership vacancies, and volunteer opportunities.
The Duke Mailing List Manager site (Sympa) provides all the tools necessary for members of the Duke community to create and manage group listserves.
The Duke Alert! Web page provides information about emergency communications at Duke and includes the online registration link for members of the Duke community to opt into the emergency text messaging system.