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student lifeBeing a graduate student is hard work, so at the Duke University Graduate School we work hard to make it easier for students to have access to resources needed to achieve their scholarly, personal, and professional goals. We are your advocate and your service provider, and we are committed to helping you become an active participant in the Duke University community.  If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions about your experience at Duke, let us know. 

Student Handbook

 

Events

  • Monday, August 20, 2018 to Friday, August 24, 2018

    2018 Orientation Week

    The Graduate School will hold Orientation Week for incoming students in fall 2018 on August 20-24.

  • Friday, September 14, 2018
    8:30 am to 8:30 pm

    2018 Duke-Sloan Graduate Boot Camp

    Apply by July 24. The Boot Camp is designed for undergraduates interested in pursuing graduate education in chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, and statistical science.

  • Thursday, July 19, 2018
    2:00 pm to 3:30 pm

    The Art of Saying No (Webinar)

    In this webinar offered by the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, you'll learn the biggest mistakes faculty make in responding to requests, how to identify and disrupt problematic patterns, and strategies you can implement to add "no" to your vocabulary.

News & Views

“Speed Mentoring”

May 23, 2018
Speed Mentoring

The Speed Mentoring Event was a creative and ambitious idea that exceeded our expectations. It allowed mentees to broaden their network of peer-mentors who could provide multiple resources, not only for completing their respective graduate programs, but for thriving within them as well.

2018 Commencement Photos and Video

May 15, 2018
Ph.D. Hooding Ceremony

About 250 graduating Ph.D. students celebrated the completion of their degrees on Saturday, May 12, joined by more than 1,200 faculty, family members, and friends.

Getting Started on the Right Foot

Here are a couple videos to help new graduate students hit the ground running.