The Duke University Division of Student Affairs provides a wealth of resources for all Duke students including health, mental health, and wellness resources as well as a number of departments that support and enrich the educational experience of students at Duke University.
Information about the Duke University Division of Student Affairs is available in the Duke University Bulletin.
Student Disability Access Office (SDAO)
Individuals seeking reasonable accommodation or wanting to know more about accessibility and accommodation services available through the university should consult the Disability Management System website. More information about the SDAO is available in the Duke University Bulletin.
School of Nursing Resources
Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions has responsibility and oversight for working with individuals from the time they first show interest in the school through the admissions process. The Office of Admissions provides frequent services to students interested in exploring enrollment at the school. The office supports prospects by providing venues to ask and receive information through our online resources, webinars, and presence at out-of-state recruitment events and on-campus events. Admission officers assist students in accessing and submitting the application for admission. The staff is available as well to guide students through the process, provide transcript evaluations, and supply general information about the interview selection process.
Office of Student Services
The office is responsible for providing operational support to students by helping to facilitate student registration, compliance, new student orientation, hooding and recognition ceremonies, academic advisement, and student status changes.
Student Success Center
Inaugurated in the 2021 fall semester, the Student Success Center is designed to provide a wide array of services on an individual and collective basis to help students address barriers and achieve individual goals. Students can access Student Success Center Services either by submitting a consultation request or through a faculty referral. The Student Success Center helps students enhance critical academic skills such as time management, note-taking, study tips, and test-taking strategies. Students can also meet with the Student Success Center staff for career services to receive guidance on cover letter and resume writing, mock interviewing, job searches, and career fairs. The Student Success Center also provides support for general wellness, such as stress reduction and work/life balance; referrals for campus and community resources
, and help with navigating academic accommodations from the Student Disability and Accessibility Office.
Career Services assists students in building careers that fulfill the greater mission of advancing nursing. The center provides personalized career coaching, resume and cover letter critique, and personal statement and CV assistance. The Center also assists students with interview preparation and strategies for internships and jobs, skill and professional competency development, network building, and education around career paths, industries, and employers. Services are available to current students and alumni both in person and virtually.