Duke University

NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association)

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Doctoral/Research Universities--Extensive: These institutions typically offer a wide range of baccalaureate programs, and they are committed to graduate education through the doctorate. They award 50 or more doctoral degrees per year across at least 15 disciplines.

Undergraduate programs or courses are offered via distance education
Graduate programs or courses are offered via distance education
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Teacher certification: Approved by the state for initial certifcation or licensure of teachers

103 Allen Bldg, Durham, NC, 27708

(919) 684-8111 

WWW.DUKE.EDU 

www.admissions.duke.edu   

www.finaid.duke.edu   

www.commonapp.org/CommonApp/default.aspx   

www.duke.edu/web/ous/mission.html

Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above 

Bachelor's
Master's
Doctor's
First Professional

Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers

Advanced placement (AP) credits

Academic Year Prices - 2013 (full-time, first-time undergraduate students)

Tuition & Fees 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12
In District $45,376 $43,623 $41,938
In State $45,376 $43,623 $41,938
Out of State $45,376 $43,623 $41,938
Books and Supplies $1,300 $1,350 $1,340
On Campus      
Room and Board $12,902 $12,433 $11,967
Other Expenses $2,170 $2,122 $2,080
Off Campus      
Room and Board - - -
Other Expenses - - -
Off Campus With Family      
Other Expenses - - -

Major NCAA Programs

Sport Conference
Football Atlantic Coast Conference
Basketball Atlantic Coast Conference
Baseball Atlantic Coast Conference
Cross Country/Track Atlantic Coast Conference

Financial Aid 2011-2012

Type of Aid Percent Receiving Aid Average Amount Received
Federal Grants
(scholarships/fellowships)
15.0% $7,795
State/Local Grant
(scholarships/fellowships)
3.0% $3,149
Institutional Grants
(scholarships/fellowships)
47.0% $38,662
Loans 39.0% $5,436
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The above information was obtained via the publicly-available Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), operated by the U.S. Department of Education, which compiles self-reported information provided by colleges and universities, for the purpose of making such information openly available to students and parents.

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 on 4/7/2015 11:24:34 PM

I agree, Duke is an amazing campus that is absolutely beautiful. It is a place where students are challenged academically, intellectually as well as socially. Although my daughter was not admitted to Duke for the 2015 school year as a freshman (her #1 choice), she plans to possibly reapply as a transfer student. As a single parent of 2 teens, it would have been a blessing for my daughter to attend Duke from an educational as well as a financial standpoint. According to this website, tuition/room expenses are fully met for families with an income under $60,000. We live in Inglewood California, and my income is just below $55,000.00. Unfortunately, it is expected that lots of debt be accumulated through loans for many of the colleges she was accepted to.

Autumn C. on 4/5/2011 6:03:11 PM

Visiting Duke was one of the best experiences of my life. Little things that applicants might dislike about the actual campus is that while it is incredibly beautiful, there is always LOTS of construction going on, as Duke is constantly building and expanding. Also, any freshman accepted here would be housed in Duke's East Campus which doesn't have any air conditioning. Even so, the North Carolina climate isn't terribly hot (or maybe it's just what I have to compare it to: A life in Texas!) Those couple of comments having been said, I think that Duke is still one of the most best colleges in America, and it's programs are absolutely amazing.