As a student at Duke University you gain access to a wide network of support services. You also join an engaged student body on campus. Click through the links below to view on-campus assistance services and engagement opportunities for graduate students in the MIDP program.
- Visa Services for information and assistance related to the visa application process
- Bursar's Office for information regarding tuition, payment options and other student financial account issues
- DukeCard Office for information on how to obtain your Duke student ID card
- Registrar's Office for schedule of courses and course synopsis handbook, registration information and transcript order forms
- Office of Information Technology for questions regarding the Duke NetID, Duke email and other Duke computing inquiries
- Parking and Transportation for parking passes and bus schedules
Social, Academic, and Cultural Group Opportunities
- International House provides educational services and advocacy to the international population at Duke as well as outreach to the Durham community. It also provides assistance to international students in matters of documentation, housing and transportation, and offers extensive cross-cultural programming and information to enhance the global mission of Duke University.
- Sanford has multiple student groups, some for MPP, some for MIDP, and some open to all.
- The Duke Center for International and Global Studies (DUCIGS) organizes graduate student working groups on a variety of relevant global issues
- Duke University is home to 400+ student organizations. For a full list and to get involved, click here.
- Community Housing for information on housing in the local area
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Student Disability Access Office for information on disability access at Duke
- Student Health Center for information about immunization requirements, health insurance, doctor appointments and other services and programs covered by the student health fee