Students, Faculty and Staff can find answers to FAQs and additional resources at the following websites:
For general information on Duke’s response to COVID-19, the best way to keep updated with this very dynamic and evolving situation is to visit the Student Affairs FAQ.
The International House has also composed the following list of helpful links:
- COVID-19 Guidance in different languages
- If you are an undergraduate or graduate student and have any specific questions, please contact email@example.com
- For visa-related questions, please contact Duke Visa Services at VisaHelp@mc.duke.edu
- COVID Community Resources by Duke’s Office of Durham and Community Affairs; including resources and information on basic needs and for students & parents
- Duke Mutual Aid Facebook Group by Duke students, for receiving and donating money, food, housing, etc.
- Graduate and Professional Student Council Emergency Travel Fund (for graduate & professional students)
- Graduate and Professional Students Council Food Pantry (Open to ALL Duke students, including undergraduates in need)
- Duke Graduate School’s webpage on Coronavirus Information
Beginning with members of the football program on July 12, Duke University student-athletes will commence a phased return to campus.
The Blue Devil women’s soccer team is scheduled to return to campus on July 21, followed by volleyball (July 27), field hockey (July 29), men’s and women’s cross country (July 29) and men’s soccer (July 29). Members of Duke’s men’s and women’s basketball programs are tentatively scheduled to return on August 2.
Upon arrival to campus, all student-athletes will be tested for COVID-19 and will be required to follow health and hygiene protocols established by Duke and national medical experts. These measures are consistent with the procedures for all Duke undergraduate students.
For more information visit GoDuke.com.