The Graduate School and Duke University want to be more than just a fond memory after you leave Duke. We want to be a supportive community that you can turn to at each stage of your continuing professional and personal journeys. Here are a few ways for graduates to take advantage of our career services, lifelong learning opportunities, and ways to engage with other alumni, the university, our faculty, and our students.
To-Do List for New Alumni
Update your contact information at alumni.duke.edu. While there, get your alumni card, set up your @alumni.duke.edu email address, find events in your region, and check out all the benefits of being a Duke alum.
You should have received an email survey from The Graduate School. Please complete it, as your response will help us enhance our programs.
Help plan alumni activities and provide a voice for graduate student alumni.
Share your professional insights with current students.
- Even after you graduate from Duke, you can continue to use its Career Center for up to one year after graduation.
- Email email@example.com about attending events in The Graduate School’s Professional Development Series or to continue your subscription to the professional development newsletter.
- Alumni can access Duke's subscriptions to the Beyond Graduate School (master's) and Beyond the Professoriate (Ph.D.) career training platforms for one year after graduation through their NetIDs. Alumni can request access to Duke's subscription to VersatilePhD at any time after graduation.
- Duke also offers a number of career resources for alumni, such as networking tools and career coaches.