Resource Directory

 

 

The GPSC is committed to being a thorough resource for Duke Graduate & Professional Students. To these ends, this Resource Directory has been commissioned and compiled as a hub for all resources available to students at Duke.

A special note on your ombudsperson, listed in the phone book below: The university’s ombudsperson provides a neutral, safe, and confidential environment for your concerns and needs. They are your advocate and assistant in all things conflict-resolution at Duke. Should you have any questions or concerns, or if you don’t know what to do in a certain situation, please contact your ombudsperson for assistance.

For more resources, check out the GPSC Student Survival Guide, or click either of the buttons below to be redirected to the main GPSC Resources page and the Graduate School Resources page, respectively.


Phone Book

An alphabetical listing of all Duke services covered in this directory.

 

Ada Gregory (Graduate Student Ombudsperson) (919) 660-2444
Alternative Transportation Options (919) 684-3640
Cynthia Clinton (OIE staff member, Harassment and Discrimination Prevention) (919) 668-6214
Duke Campus Police (919) 684-2444
Duke Counseling & Psychological Services (919) 660-1000
DukeReach (919) 681-2455
Duke Van Services (919) 684-2020
Durham Police Department (919) 560-4427
Duke Student Wellness Center (919) 681-9355
Event Parking and Requests (919) 681-4014
Jean Spauldin, M.D. (Medical Student & Postdoc Ombudsperson) (919) 668-3326
Office for Institutional Equity (919) 684-8222
Office of Student Conduct (919) 684-6938
Parking and Enforcement (General contact info) (919) 684-7275
Transit (Bus) and Fleet Operations (919) 684-2218
   
Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct

Duke University is committed to encouraging and sustaining a learning and work community that is free from prohibited discrimination and harassment. Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct are handled by Duke’s Office for Institutional Equity. The OIE also includes information and resources for Diversity and Inclusion (See this section for more information). To contact the OIE, call (919) 684-8222 or email at oie-help@duke.edu.

If you need more or different information from what is supplied here, The Graduate School also maintains a list of Resources for Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct, as well as a wonderful resource guide flyer detailing confidential resources, mandatory reporters, and more. You can also check out the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Tool from Student Affairs for assistance with prevention of and responses to sexual misconduct.

Discrimination

Discrimination refers to the unfair or unequal treatment of a person or group based on factors including: sex, age, color, disability, national origin, genetic gender identity, gender expression, race, genetic information, religion, class, veteran status, institutional status, sexual orientation.

Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Misconduct
How to file a Discrimination Complaint
Duke Nondiscrimination Statement
Sexual Misconduct

Sexual misconduct refers to all forms of sexual- or gender-based harassment, sexual or gender violence, sexual exploitation, relationship violence (domestic violence and dating violence), and sex- or gender-based stalking. All forms of sexual misconduct—whether committed by student, faculty, staff, or others—are prohibited at Duke. Reports of sexual misconduct should be filed according to the Duke affiliation of the accused. Accusations against students should be filed with the Office of Student Conduct, while accusations against faculty and staff are reported to OIE.

Confidential Resources

Duke Counseling & Psychological Services (919) 660-1000
Duke Women’s Center (919) 684-3897
Duke Women’s Center After Hours (919) 970-2108
Duke Student Health (919) 681-9355
Student Ombudsperson (919) 660-2444
Any clergy acting as such in their professional role at Duke  

Mandatory Reporters

Office for Institutional Equity (919) 684-8222
Office of Student Conduct (919) 684-7336
DukeReach (919) 681-2455
All faculty and staff (except those designated as confidential)  

Other Resources

Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972
Duke’s Commitment to Title IX
Office for Gender Violence Prevention
Student Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures
Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Misconduct
Diversity and Inclusion

The Office for Institutional Equity is Duke’s resource for diversity and inclusion efforts across the University. The OIE also includes information and resources for Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct (See this section for more information). To contact the OIE, call (919) 684-8222 or email at oie-help@duke.edu.

Conflict Resolution

As noted at the top of this page, your ombudsperson provides a neutral, safe, and confidential environment for your concerns and needs. They are your advocate and assistant in all things conflict-resolution at Duke. Should you have any questions or concerns, or if you don’t know what to do in a certain situation, please contact your ombudsperson for assistance.

Ombudsperson Purview email phone
Ada Gregory Graduate Students ada.gregory@duke.edu (919) 660-2444
Jean Spaulding, M.D. Medical Students & Postdocs ombudsman@mc.duke.edu (919) 668-3326
Living in Durham

A great resource for finding housing, roommates, or buying and selling is DukeList (like Craigslist, but only for Duke-affiliated persons.

For things to do around our city, check out City of Durham Parks and Rec and Duke Arts.

Parking & Transportation

Parking & Transportation website, or email at tranpark@duke.edu.

Parking and Enforcement (General contact info) 919-684-7275
Transit (Bus) and Fleet Operations 919-684-2218
Event Parking and Requests 919-681-4014
Alternative Transportation Options 919-684-3640
Duke Van Services 919-684-2020