You will receive an e-mail message that includes a link to our online recommendation form soon after the applicant enters your information in their Duke Graduate School application. This message will be sent from email@example.com, but may be caught in your email client's spam filter. When you click the link to the recommendation form, you will open a webpage that displays the information the applicant entered for you, several simple questions about your relationship to the applicant, and space to upload your recommendation letter. Please note: if you find that the applicant has misspelled your name, you are welcome to correct that, but all other information fields are marked as read-only. If you find any errors with your title, position, phone number, or anything else, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will correct that for you. We can make this correction before or after you submit your recommendation letter, so for the applicant's benefit, please submit your recommendation letter before contacting email@example.com for assistance with these corrections.
If the applicant is admitted, you will receive a second message from firstname.lastname@example.org asking you to verify that you wrote the recommendation letter we received as part of the applicant's application. This is part of the Graduate School's standard enrollment verification process. The message has a link to a simple form with a single yes or no question. Please complete this form at your earliest convenience to avoid jeopardizing the applicant's enrollment at Duke University.