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Transcript of DUKE UNIVERSITY
College Mission, Mascot, & School colors
Ultimate Freezbe (Brimstone)
Art, Music, Performing Arts
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Duke Medicine Orchestra
Duke Medicine Chorus
Visual Arts -
Arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences
Eye Center Arts-
Clubs, Organizations, & Associations
Arab student association
ASCE (American society of civil engineers)
BASES (building awareness through shared experiences)
Biology Majors Union
GPSC (graduate & professional student council)
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) etc.
Annual tuition, fees, books, boarding and meals...$$$
1. Tuition and Fees:$47,488
4. Books and Personal Expenses:$3,466
5. Estimated Cost of Attendance:$63,530
Campus size and facilities
The university's campus spans over 8,600 acres (35 km2)
Incorporates Gothic architecture with the 210-foot (64 m)
The main Gothic-style West Campus 1.5 miles away is adjacent to the Medical Center.
the Cathedral one of dukes famous architectural places
Trinity college of arts
Pratt school of engineering
Nicholas school of environment
Location & Surroundings
Sports (men and women)
Student life (Sports and leisure activities)
Campus Life Departments
Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
Provides education, advocacy, support, mentoring, academic engagement, and space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, questioning, queer and allied students, staff, and faculty at Duke.
Center for Multicultural Affairs
The Center for Multicultural Affairs offers educationally based cross-cultural programs and providing technical support on multicultural issues for the university community.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life serves as the center of programming and advising for the entire Duke Greek community.
Comprised of 41 nationally affiliated chapters, along with our four governing organizations
The International House provides educational services, advocacy, and outreach to the international population and the Duke/Durham community.
History of Duke
Women 3,342 (50.2%)
Men 3,313 (49.8%)
We strive for a new paradigm, one that views and attempts to understand the earth and the environment including humans as an integrated whole.
And one that advances a more sustainable future by strategically focusing its resources on addressing the major environmental issues of our times and by training a new and environmentally-informed generation of global leaders.
School colors, white & duke blue
Mascot blue devil
American Indian 1%
N.C. Residents 15%
Duke University in Durham, N.C., traces its origins to 1838.
Dukes basketball was founded in 1945
Richard Nixon graduated from dukes school of law.
patient care, and to continue the quest to find a cure for blinding eye diseases
When we read an application and then discuss an application in our Admissions Committee, we consider both the academic and the personal qualities of each student. We think about what a student has accomplished within the context of the opportunities and challenges he or she has faced. And we seek those students who will bring a variety of experiences, backgrounds, interests and opinions to the campus. We especially appreciate students who love thinking hard about things and who like to make a difference in the world.
SAT scores abover 200
ACT scores composite above 29
83% of students earn an additional major/ minor certificate
15 Team National Championships
18 Individual National Champions
118 ACC championships
Durham, North Carolina surrounds Duke's campus. Its "Bull City" nickname comes from the Blackwell Tobacco Company's Bull Durham Tobacco.
They have a Urban setting.
Eno River State Park
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Class Size: 30 students