Ways to Connect to the Duke Community
Duke Mobile App – Get all the best information about Duke by using this app. The DukeMobile app is available for Apple and Android in your app play store.
Duke Events Calendar – Duke calendar provides a list of all events happening on Duke’s campus.
Duke Recreation & Physical Education – The mission of Duke Recreation & Physical Education is to provide exceptional and diverse opportunities that promote healthy active lifestyles in a safe, inclusive environment. Find out about the different recreational facilities on-campus (gyms, pools, weight rooms), and another great way to connect with the Duke community is by joining an intramural or club team!
Duke Gardens – Sarah P. Duke Gardens is widely recognized as a premier public garden, providing extraordinary visitor experiences, horticultural artistry, leadership in conservation, and innovative programs. It plays a vital role in the life and values of Duke University and is a respite from the ordinary in a welcoming and beautiful setting. For more information visit this link: https://gardens.duke.edu/visit.
Duke Lemur Center – Founded in 1966, the Duke Lemur Center (DLC) is an internationally acclaimed non-invasive research facility housing nearly 240 animals across 17 species – the world’s largest and most diverse population of lemurs outside their native Madagascar. To schedule a visit, go to this link: https://lemur.duke.edu/engage/tours/.
The Nasher – The Nasher is the Museum of Art at Duke University. Regular admission to the Nasher Museum is free to Duke students, faculty, staff, and Duke Alumni Association Members (with a valid Duke ID). Visit the calendar for exhibition opening events and a lively schedule of programs, including free Family Days, performing arts events, lectures, films, and social gatherings.
Rubenstein Art Center -The Rubenstein Arts Center is a hub for artistic production at Duke University and a new arts venue for the Triangle. Students, faculty, visiting artists, and other collaborators come together in flexible project studios to hone their skills and create new work. Public programs—including performances, film screenings and exhibitions—launch this work into the world. The Ruby is also home to the programs in Dance, Arts of the Moving Image and WXDU 88.7 FM, Duke’s student-run radio station. For a list of events, visit this link: https://artscenter.duke.edu/events/.