As you wrap up your time at Duke and prepare for the next stage of your life and career, here are some simple steps to keep your connection to Duke strong and to take advantage of all the resources the university offers its alumni.
Make sure we can reach you
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.
Star in a graduate alumni spotlight
A current student would interview you for a Q&A on The Graduate School website.
Become a regional Graduate School volunteer
Help plan alumni activities and provide a voice for graduate student alumni.
Serve as a career adviser for graduate students
Share your professional insights with current students.
Complete our survey for new graduates
You should have received an email survey from Francisco Ramos at The Graduate School. Please complete it, as your response will help us enhance our programs.
Join us at homecoming
Make plans to attend The Graduate School’s homecoming reception in the fall.
Follow us on social media
Keep up with news from The Graduate School. See gradschool.duke.edu/social.
Use Duke’s career resources
- Even after you graduate from Duke, you can continue to use its Career Center.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org about attending events in The Graduate School’s Professional Development Series.
Pay it forward
Many of the opportunities and resources available during your time at Duke exist because of gifts from our alumni. As you transition from students to alumni, we invite you to become a part of this cycle of giving back with a gift of any amount of your choosing to The Graduate School’s Annual Fund, which will directly go to support current Ph.D. students in their endeavors.