Congratulations, Admitted Students
We are eager to show you around campus, tell you about all of the resources and opportunities, and connect you with current students, fellow admitted students, faculty, staff and alumni. We invite you to engage in Explore Duke Environment, a combination of in-person events and a series of virtual presentations, panel discussions and virtual office hours designed just for admitted students.
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Nicholas School Durham Campus
Located on Duke University's West Campus, Grainger Hall and the Levine Science Research Center house our teaching, research and student life facilities.
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Duke University Marine Lab Campus
Our year-round coastal campus in Beaufort, N.C. is home to research, teaching and student life facilities. Whether you spend a day or a year, the Marine Lab is a unique resource for all of our students.
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Since 1931, the Duke Forest has been Duke University’s living laboratory and outdoor classroom. The Duke Forest has taught countless students, generated innumerable scientific articles and launched the careers of many well-respected scientists.
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With acres of forest, trails and waterways for recreation, a flourishing art scene, a food culture rivaling major metropolitan areas and a thriving high-tech community, Nicholas School students find there's much to discover in Durham.
Enrolling students will receive a series of welcome and onboarding emails from our Registrar to aid in your transition to the Nicholas School. You can expect a welcome email to arrive soon after your enrollment deposit has been processed by the Office of the Bursar. Between June 1 and August 15, you’ll receive a series of messages covering topics such as setting up your DukeID, student health insurance, housing, advising, accommodations, registration, and more.
To prevent onboarding messages from going to your SPAM folder, please make sure that firstname.lastname@example.org is in your address book/non-SPAM list. Onboarding messages will be sent to both the email address you used when applying, as well as your recently activated Duke email address (NetID@duke.edu) until June 1. After June 1, all onboarding and other communication from the Nicholas School will be sent ONLY to your duke.edu email address.
Information for Enrolled Students
MEM, MF and DEL-MEM students can find additional information about their program(s) on the websites for enrolled students. These websites are designed to be one-stop-shop resources while you are a professional graduate student, beginning with fall enrollment and continuing throughout your academic career. Find information related to orientation, prerequisites, support staff contact lists, course requirements and more.