Duke University Maps

Table of Contents

  1. Academic & Administrative

    1. 2022 Campus Drive
    2. 218 Alexander
    3. 705 Broad Street
    4. Allen Building
    5. American Tobacco Campus
    6. Art Building
    7. Bell Tower Trailers
    8. Bevan Building
    9. Biddle Music Building
    10. Biological Sciences Building
    11. Biological Sciences Greenhouses
    12. Bishop's House
    13. Bivins Building
    14. Branson Hall
    15. BrightLeaf Square
    16. Carr Building
    17. Center for Documentary Studies (Lyndhurst House and Bridges House)
    18. Center for Muslim Life
    19. Child Care Facility
    20. Crowell Building
    21. Divinity School - Goodson Chapel
    22. Divinity School - Gray Building
    23. Divinity School - Langford Building
    24. Divinity School - Westbrook Building
    25. Doris Duke Center
    26. Duke Gardens Kirby Horton Hall
    27. Duke Graduate and Professional Students Council (GPSC)
    28. Duke Institute for Brain Sciences / LSRC - DIBS
    29. Duke Teaching Observatory
    30. Durham Centre
    31. East Campus Steam Plant
    32. East Duke Building
    33. Engineering Building Addition
    34. Environment Hall
    35. Episcopal Center
    36. Erwin Mill
    37. Erwin Square
    38. Faculty Club
    39. Fitzpatrick Center for Interdisciplinary Engineering, Medicine and Applied Sciences (CIEMAS)
    40. Flowers Building
    41. Forum for Scholars and Publics
    42. Free Electron Laser Laboratory
    43. Freeman Center For Jewish Life
    44. French Family Science Center
    45. Friedl Building
    46. Fuqua School of Business
    47. Graduate Liberal Studies
    48. Graduate School
    49. Gross Hall for Interdisciplinary Innovation
    50. Hart House
    51. Hock Plaza
    52. Hock Plaza II
    53. Hudson Hall Engineering Building
    54. International House
    55. JB Duke Hotel
    56. John Hope Franklin Center
    57. Languages Building
    58. Law School Building
    59. Learning & Organization Development, 402 Oregon
    60. Learning & Organization Development, 406 Oregon
    61. Levine Science Research Center
    62. Marketplace (East Campus Union)
    63. Markets and Management Studies
    64. McClendon Commons
    65. Nicholas Institute, 2101 Campus Drive
    66. Nicholas Institute, 2111 Campus Drive
    67. Nicholas Institute, 2117 Campus Drive
    68. North Building
    69. OESO Fire Safety Division
    70. OIT-Telecommunications Building
    71. Office of News and Communications
    72. Old Chemistry
    73. Organization for Tropical Studies, 408 Swift Ave.
    74. Organization for Tropical Studies, 410 Swift Ave.
    75. Parking and Transportation Services
    76. Physics Building
    77. Phytotron Building
    78. Rubenstein Hall
    79. Sanford School of Public Policy
    80. School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program
    81. School of Nursing
    82. Smith Warehouse
    83. Social Sciences Building
    84. Sociology-Psychology Building
    85. Stream Wetland Assessment Management Park (SWAMP)
    86. Student Health and Wellness Center
    87. Student Rural Health Coalition of North Carolina
    88. Teer Building
    89. The Plaza
    90. Trent Drive Hall
    91. Triangle University Nuclear Laboratory Building (TUNL)
    92. Trinity Technology Services
    93. Undergraduate Admissions
    94. University Development
    95. University Tower
    96. West Campus Chiller Plant #1
    97. West Campus Chiller Plant #2
    98. West Campus Steam Plant
    99. West Duke Building
    100. West Village
    101. White Lecture Hall
  2. ADA Accessibility

  3. Art & Performance Venues

    1. Arts Annex
    2. Baldwin Auditorium
    3. Bone Hall
    4. Brody Theater
    5. Brown Gallery
    6. Bryan Center Box Office
    7. Bryan University Center
    8. Center for Documentary Studies (Lyndhurst House and Bridges House)
    9. Duke Chapel
    10. Duke CoffeeHouse
    11. Durham Performing Arts Center
    12. Franklin Humanities Institute- The Garage
    13. Fredric Jameson Gallery
    14. Griffith Film Theater
    15. Hull Avenue Dance Studio
    16. John Hope Franklin Center
    17. Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture
    18. Nasher Art Museum
    19. Nelson Music Room
    20. Old Faculty Sculpture Studio
    21. Page Auditorium
    22. Reynolds Theater
    23. Sarah P. Duke Gardens
    24. Sheafer Lab Theater
    25. The Ark
    26. The Carpentry Shop
    27. The Plaza
    28. Trent Gallery
    29. Visual Arts and Media Studies Warehouse
  4. Athletics

    1. Ambler Tennis Stadium
    2. Brodie Recreation Center
    3. Brooks Football Building
    4. Cameron Indoor Stadium
    5. Card Gymnasium
    6. Intramural Building
    7. Jack Coombs Field Baseball Stadium
    8. Koskinen Stadium
    9. Krzyzewski Center for Athletic Excellence
    10. Murray Building
    11. Pascal Field House
    12. Schwartz-Butters Athletic Center
    13. Sheffield Tennis Center
    14. Taishoff Aquatic Pavillion
    15. Village Gym
    16. Wallace Wade Stadium
    17. Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
    18. Williams Field
    19. Wilson Recreation Center
    20. Yoh Football Center
  5. Construction

    1. Alumni Center
    2. Arts Center
    3. East Campus Residence Hall
    4. Gray and Divinity Renovations
    5. Hudson Hall Interior Renovations
    6. Softball Field
    7. Thomas Center Renovation and Addition
  6. Dining

    1. Au Bon Pain
    2. Au Bon Pain Plaza Cart
    3. Bella Union
    4. Blue Express
    5. Cafe De Novo
    6. Cafe at Smith Warehouse
    7. Divinity Cafe
    8. Dolce Vita
    9. Food Factory at Devil's Bistro
    10. Freeman Center for Jewish Life
    11. Grace's Cafe
    12. Greek Devil
    13. Joe Van Gogh
    14. Loop Pizza Grill
    15. Marketplace (East Campus Union)
    16. McDonald's
    17. NOSH @ Jo Rae Cafe
    18. Nasher Museum Cafe
    19. Panda Express
    20. Penn Pavilion
    21. Pitchfork Provisions
    22. Quenchers
    23. Red Mango
    24. Saladelia Cafe @ Sanford
    25. Saladelia at the Perk
    26. Terrace Cafe
    27. Trinity Cafe
    28. Twinnie's
  7. Housing & Residence Life

    1. Campuses

      1. Central Campus
        1. 1700 Pace
        2. 1706 Pace
        3. 1708 Pace
        4. 1712 Pace
        5. 1809 Erwin
        6. 1901 Erwin
        7. 1905 Erwin
        8. 1907 Erwin
        9. 1909 Erwin
        10. 1909 Yearby
        11. 1911 Erwin
        12. 1911 Yearby
        13. 1913 Erwin
        14. 1914 Lewis
        15. 1915 Erwin
        16. 1915 Yearby
        17. 201 Alexander
        18. 2011 Yearby
        19. 2015 Yearby
        20. 2017 Yearby
        21. 202 Alexander
        22. 204 Alexander
        23. 205 Alexander
        24. 205 Oregon
        25. 206 Alexander
        26. 206 Oregon
        27. 208 Alexander
        28. 209 Alexander
        29. 209 Anderson
        30. 210 Alexander
        31. 215 Alexander
        32. 215 Anderson
        33. 220 Alexander
        34. 221 Anderson
        35. 301 Oregon
        36. 301 Swift
        37. 302 Anderson
        38. 302 Oregon
        39. 304 Anderson
        40. 312 Anderson
        41. 314 Anderson
        42. Devil's Den
        43. Mill Village
        44. The Food Factory at the Devil's Bistro
      2. East Campus
        1. Neighborhood 1
          1. Alspaugh Residence Hall
          2. Bassett Residence Hall
          3. Brown Residence Hall
          4. Pegram Residence Hall
        2. Neighborhood 2
          1. East Residence Hall
          2. Epworth Residence Hall
          3. Giles Residence Hall
          4. Jarvis Residence Hall
          5. Wilson Residence Hall
        3. Neighborhood 3
          1. Gilbert - Addoms Residence Hall
          2. Southgate Residence Hall
        4. Neighborhood 4
          1. Bell Tower Residence Hall
          2. Blackwell Residence Hall
          3. Randolph Residence Hall
      3. West Campus
        1. Craven Quad
          1. House A
          2. House AA
          3. House B
          4. House C
          5. House D
          6. House E
          7. House F
          8. House R
          9. House S
          10. House T
          11. House U
          12. House V0 & V00
          13. House W/Y
          14. House X
          15. House Z
        2. Crowell Quad
          1. House BB
          2. House CC
          3. House DD
          4. House EE
          5. House G
          6. House H
        3. Edens Quad
          1. House 1A
          2. House 1B
          3. House 1C
          4. House 2A
          5. House 2C
          6. House 3A (Decker Tower)
          7. House 3B (Mitchell Tower)
        4. Few Quad
          1. House FF
          2. House GG
          3. House HH
        5. Keohane Quad
          1. House 4A
          2. House 4B
          3. House 4D
          4. House 4E
        6. Kilgo Quad
          1. House I
          2. House J
          3. House K
          4. House L
          5. House M
          6. House N
          7. House O
          8. House P
        7. Wannamaker
          1. Wannamaker 1
          2. Wannamaker 2
          3. Wannamaker 3
          4. Wannamaker 4
    2. Living Groups / Communities

      1. First-Year
        1. Performing Arts Community
          1. Performing Arts Community
        2. Substance Free Community
          1. Substance Free Community
      2. Upperclass
        1. Greek Living Groups
          1. Alpha Delta Pi House
          2. Alpha Epsilon Pi House
          3. Alpha Phi House
          4. Alpha Phi Omega House
          5. Alpha Tau Omega House
          6. Chi Omega House
          7. Chi Psi House
          8. Delta Delta Delta House
          9. Delta Gamma House
          10. Delta Kappa Epsilon House
          11. Delta Sigma Phi House
          12. Delta Tau Delta House
          13. Kappa Alpha House
          14. Kappa Alpha Theta House
          15. Kappa Kappa Gamma House
          16. Multicultural Greek Council House
          17. National Pan-Hellenic Council Commons
          18. Phi Delta Theta House
          19. Pi Beta Phi House
          20. Pi Kappa Alpha House
          21. Pi Kappa Phi House
          22. Psi Upsilon House
          23. Sigma Alpha Epsilon House
          24. Sigma Chi House
          25. Sigma Nu House
          26. Sigma Phi Epsilon House
          27. Sigma Pi House
          28. Zeta Tau Alpha House
        2. Independent Houses
          1. Avalon House
          2. Banham House
          3. Bastille House
          4. Bel Air House
          5. Blue Ridge House
          6. Farquaad House
          7. Gates House
          8. Griffin House
          9. Hart House
          10. House C
          11. Houses AA & Z
          12. Hun House
          13. Khaya House
          14. Magnolia Commons House
          15. Marquis House
          16. Meridian House
          17. Montauk House
          18. Mt. Olympus House
          19. Narnia House
          20. Oregon House
          21. Oz House
          22. Pride Rock House
          23. Sherwood House
          24. Sierra House
          25. Skylar House
          26. Stark Tower House
          27. Styron House
          28. The Rabbit Hole House
          29. The Shire House
          30. Tortuga House
          31. Windsor House
        3. Lifestyle Communities
          1. Avalon House
          2. Meridian House
          3. Montauk House
          4. Sierra House
          5. Stark Tower House
          6. The Rabbit Hole House
        4. Living Learning Communities
          1. Baldwin Scholars
          2. SmartHome
          3. Wellness Community
          4. Women's Housing Option
        5. Selective Living Groups
          1. Arts Theme House
          2. Black Cultural Living Group House
          3. Brownstone House
          4. Cooper House
          5. Fusion House
          6. Jam! House
          7. LangDorm House
          8. MUNDI House
          9. Maxwell House
          10. Mirecourt House
          11. Nexus House
          12. Roundtable House
          13. TheCube
          14. Ubuntu House
          15. Wayne Manor House
    3. Offices

      1. Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs for Housing, Dining and Residence Life
      2. Center for Leadership Development and Social Action
      3. Central Campus HDRL Office
      4. Duke EMS
      5. Duke Police Substation East Campus
      6. East Campus HDRL Office
      7. HDRL Administration and Finance
      8. HDRL Facilities
      9. Housing Assignments and Community Housing
      10. McClendon Tower
      11. Student Affairs IT
      12. The Oasis
      13. The Women's Center
      14. West Campus HDRL Office
  8. Interests & Services

    1. Academic Advising Center
    2. Bryan University Center
    3. Central Campus Housing Office
    4. Copying & Digital Printing
    5. DuWell
    6. Duke Photography
    7. Duke University Police
    8. DukeCard Office
    9. DukeCard Office - Medical Center
    10. Multimedia Project Studio East (MPS East)
    11. Multimedia Project Studio West (MPS West)
    12. Office of News and Communications
    13. Trinity Technology Services
    14. West Campus Union Building
    1. Campus Statues

      1. Benjamin N. Duke Statue
      2. James B. Duke Statue
      3. Sower Statue
      4. The Scientist and Nature Statue
      5. Washington Duke Statue
    2. Duke Stores

      1. Barber Shop
      2. Bryan Center Lobby Shop
      3. Computer Repair
      4. Duke Team Store
      5. Duke Technology Center
      6. East Campus Store
      7. Gothic Bookshop
      8. Medical Center Bookstore
      9. Nasher Museum Store
      10. Office Products & Services
      11. Provisions
      12. Terrace Shop
      13. Textbook Store
      14. Uncle Harry's
      15. University Store
      16. eSTORE
    3. Highlighted Locations

      1. Cameron Indoor Stadium
      2. Duke Campus Farm
      3. Duke Chapel
      4. Duke Farmer's Market
      5. Duke Forest
      6. Duke Immersive Virtual Environment
      7. Durham Bulls Athletic Park
      8. East Campus Gazebo
      9. Home Depot Smart House
      10. Lemur Center
      11. Parking and Transportation Services
      12. Sarah P. Duke Gardens
      13. The Link
      14. The Plaza
      15. Undergraduate Admissions
      16. Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
  9. Libraries

    1. Bostock Library
    2. Divinity School: Library
    3. Ford Business Library
    4. Goodson Law Library
    5. Library Service Center
    6. Lilly Library
    7. Music Library
    8. Perkins Library
    9. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
  10. Medical

    1. Albert Eye Research Institute
    2. Baker House, Duke Clinic
    3. Brain Imaging and Analysis Center
    4. Bryan Research Building
    5. Cancer Center
    6. Cancer Center Isolation Facility
    7. Center for Integrative Medicine
    8. Center for Living Campus
    9. Child Guidance Clinic
    10. Christine Siegler Pearson Building
    11. Civitan Building
    12. Clinical Research II, Duke Clinic
    13. Clinical and Research Laboratory
    14. Davison Building, Duke Clinic
    15. Diagnostic & Treatment #3, Duke Clinic
    16. Dialysis Center
    17. Duke Hospital Bed Towers
    18. Duke Hospital, Ancillary
    19. Duke Medicine Pavilion
    20. Duke Psychiatry
    21. Duke Raleigh Hospital
    22. Duke Regional Hospital
    23. E.A. Morris (Clinical Research III), Duke Clinic
    24. E.A. Stead (Clinical Research I), Duke Clinic
    25. E.W. Busse Building, Duke Clinic
    26. Edwin L. Jones Building
    27. Elizabeth C. Clipp Research Building
    28. Genome Science Research Building II
    29. Global Health Research Building
    30. Hanes House
    31. Hudson Eye Building
    32. Legacy Tower
    33. Lenox Baker Annex
    34. Lenox Baker Hospital
    35. Magnetic Resonance #1, Duke Hospital
    36. Magnetic Resonance #2, Duke Hospital
    37. Magnetic Resonance #3, Duke Hospital
    38. Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education
    39. McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
    40. Medical School Core Lab
    41. Medical Sciences Research Building
    42. Medical Sciences Research Building II
    43. Nanaline H. Duke Building
    44. North Pavilion
    45. OESO and Environmental Safety Building
    46. Original Hospital South, Duke Clinic
    47. Pavilion East at Lakeview
    48. Pepsico Fitness Center (DCL)
    49. Pickens/Duke Family Medicine
    50. Reception Building, Duke Clinic
    51. Research Park 1
    52. Research Park 2
    53. Research Park 3
    54. Research Park 4
    55. Sands Building
    56. Sarah Stedman Nutrition Center
    57. Seeley G. Mudd Building
    58. Snyderman Genome Science Research Building
    59. Surgical Oncology Research Facility (SORF)
    60. Surgical Research Pavilion
    61. Veteran Affairs Medical Center
    62. Wallace Clinic (DCL)
    63. Woodhall Building, Duke Clinic
  11. Parking

    1. Patient/ Visitor

      1. Bryan Center Parking Garage (Parking Garage IV)
      2. Bryan Center Pay Lot
      3. Center for Living Lot
      4. Children's Health Center Lot
      5. Circuit Visitor Lot
      6. Dialysis Center
      7. Duke Gardens Lot
      8. Eye Center Lot
      9. Faculty Club Visitor Lot
      10. Nasher Art Museum Visitor Lot
      11. Old Credit Union Visitor Lot
      12. Parking Garage I - Visitor
      13. Parking Garage II - Visitor
      14. Parking Garage III - Visitor
      15. Pickens Clinic Visitor Lot
      16. Research Drive Parking Deck - Visitor
      17. Science Drive Garage Visitor Parking
      18. Science Drive Visitor Lot
      19. Smith Warehouse Lot South - Visitor
      20. Sports Medicine Visitor Lot
      21. Thomas Center Lot
      22. Washington Duke Hotel Lot
      23. West Quad Lot
    2. Permit

      1. 2127 Campus Dr Lot
      2. 2138 Campus Dr Parking
      3. 402-406 Oregon Lot
      4. 705 Broad St Lot
      5. Academic Adv-Bishop Lot
      6. Allen Lot
      7. Alumni House Lot
      8. American Tobacco Campus
      9. Baldwin Parking
      10. Bassett Drive Parking
      11. Bell Towers Lot
      12. Beta Lot
      13. Biddle Music Lot
      14. Bivins Lot
      15. Blue Zone Lots
      16. Brown Lot
      17. Bryan Center Parking Garage (Parking Garage IV)
      18. Bryan Research Lot
      19. Campus Drive Gated Lot
      20. Card Gym Lot
      21. Carmichael
      22. Carr Gated Lot
      23. Center for Living Parking
      24. Central Campus Housing Lots 1
      25. Central Campus Housing Lots 2
      26. Central Campus Housing Lots 3
      27. Chemistry Gated Lot
      28. Chemistry Street Parking
      29. Chemisty Ungated Lot
      30. Child Guidance Lot
      31. Circuit Drive "Big" Lot
      32. Circuit Drive "Little" Lot
      33. Crowell-Wilson Lot
      34. Devil's Den Lot
      35. Diet & Fitness Lot
      36. Duke News Service Lot
      37. Duke Police Lot
      38. Duke Transit Lot
      39. Duke University Rd Lot #1
      40. Duke University Rd Lot #2
      41. Edens B Lot
      42. Edens C Lot
      43. Edens D Lot
      44. Epworth Lot
      45. FEL Building Lot
      46. Faculty Club
      47. Flowers Dr Lot
      48. Freeman Jewish Center Lot
      49. Fuqua Drive Lot
      50. Fuqua Gated Lot
      51. GHRB Lot
      52. GSRB2 & OESO Lot
      53. Gilbert Addoms Lot
      54. Graduate Center Lot
      55. Grey Stone Church Lot #1
      56. Grey Stone Church Lot #2
      57. Grounds
      58. H Lot
      59. Hillsborough Rd. Lot
      60. Hock Garage
      61. IM Lot
      62. Jogging Trail Lot
      63. LaSalle Lot North
      64. Law School Lot
      65. Lenox Baker Lot
      66. Main-White Lecture Lot
      67. Mill Building Lot
      68. Nasher Art Museum Permit Lot
      69. Old Salvage Lot
      70. PL Elder St Gated Lot
      71. Parking Garage I - Permit
      72. Parking Garage II - Permit
      73. Parking Garage III - Permit
      74. Pegram Gated Lot
      75. Pegram Ungated Lot
      76. Pickens Clinic Permit Lot
      77. Power House
      78. Public Policy Lot
      79. R2 Lot
      80. Radiation/Oncology Lot
      81. Randolph Lot
      82. Research Dr Reserved Spaces
      83. Research Drive Garage
      84. Science Drive Garage
      85. Science Lot
      86. Smith Warehouse Lot North
      87. Smith Warehouse Lot South
      88. Soccer Field Drive Lot
      89. Southgate Lot
      90. Swift Avenue Yellow Zone
      91. Trent Lot
      92. Tropical Studies Lot
      93. Wannamaker Dr Lot
      94. Whitford Dr Gated Lot
      95. Whitford Dr Street Parking
    3. EV Charging

      1. GE Level 2 Charging Stations
      2. Level 3 DC Fast Charger
      3. Research Drive Garage EV Station
      4. Science Dr Garage EV Stations
  12. Transportation

    1. Bike Amenities

      1. Cycling Routes
        1. Off-road Facilities
          1. Arts Annex Path
          2. Bostock - Research Dr Pathway
          3. Hudson Hall Pedestrian Plaza
          4. Medical Center Greenspace
          5. Telecom Dr Bike Access
          6. Wannamaker Dr - Flowers Dr Tunnel
        2. On-road Facilities
          1. Bike Lanes
            1. Academy Rd
            2. Anderson St
            3. Duke University Rd
            4. Erwin Rd
            5. Main St
            6. Maxwell Ave
            7. West Chapel Hill St
          2. Sharrows
            1. Buchanan Blvd
            2. Flowers Dr
            3. Towerview Rd
            4. W Chapel Hill St
        3. Suggested Shortcuts
          1. Downtown to West Campus
          2. East Campus to 9th Street
          3. East Campus to Duke Hospital
          4. Smith Warehouse to 9th Street
          5. Trinity Park to East Campus
          6. West Campus to 9th Street
          7. West Campus to Duke Hospital/Clinics
          8. West Campus to Wallace Wade Stadium
      2. FixIt Station
        1. East Campus FixIt Station
        2. Rubenstein Hall FixIt Station
      3. Zagster Bike Share Stations
        1. Central Campus Bike Share Station
        2. Crowell Quad Bike Share Station
        3. East Campus Bike Share Station
        4. Social Sciences Building Bike Share Station
    2. Bus

    3. Campus Walk Times

      1. Allen Building to CIEMAS
      2. American Tobacco Campus to East Campus Bus Stop
      3. Brodie Gym to Whole Foods Center
      4. Bryan Center to 9th/Main
      5. Bryan Center to DukeCard Office
      6. Bryan Center to Nasher Museum
      7. Bryan Center to Student Health
      8. Bryan Center to Wallace Wade Stadium
      9. Bryan Center to Wilson Gym
      10. Chemistry Lot to Bryan Center
      11. Circuit Lot to Wallace Wade Stadium
      12. Craven Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      13. Crowell Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      14. Devils Bistro to Duke Chapel
      15. Duke Chapel to Blue Zone
      16. Duke Chapel to Green Zone
      17. Duke Gardens to Cameron Stadium
      18. East Campus Bus Stop to Brodie Gym
      19. East Campus Bus Stop to Erwin Mill
      20. East Campus Bus Stop to Smith Warehouse
      21. East Campus Stop to Bull City Plaza
      22. Edens Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      23. Environment Hall to Smith Warehouse
      24. Erwin Rd VA Bus Stop to Davison Hall
      25. Erwin/LaSalle to CIEMAS/Fitzpatrick
      26. Few Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      27. Gross Hall to Environment Hall
      28. H Lot to Duke Hospital
      29. Hudson Hall to Bostock Library
      30. Keohane Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      31. Kilgo Quad to West Campus Bus Stop
      32. PG3 to Duke Hospital
      33. Perkins Library to Duke Hospital
      34. Perkins to Lilly Library
      35. Research Dr Garage to Cameron Stadium
      36. Smith Warehouse to Allen Building
      37. Smith Warehouse to Campus Dr bus stop
      38. West Campus Bus Stop to Parking and Transportation Services
    4. Enterprise CarShare

      1. Blackwell/Gilbert-Addoms Dorms - 1 Vehicle
      2. Brown / Bassett Dorms - 2 Vehicles
      3. Bryan Center - 5 Vehicles
      4. Central Campus - 2 Vehicles
      5. Keohane/Edens Dorms - 2 Vehicles
      6. Research Drive/Entry 11 - 1 Vehicle
      7. Wannamaker Drive - 1 Vehicle
    5. Motorcycle/ Moped Parking

      1. Alexander Ave Moped Parking
      2. Biosci Moped & ELF Parking
      3. Bryan Center Garage
      4. Edens Drive Moped Parking
      5. Fuqua Gated Lot
      6. Fuqua Rear Entrance
      7. Fuqua Staff/Faculty Lot Moped Parking
      8. Gilbert Addoms Lot
      9. Gilbert Addoms Moped & Motorcycle Parking
      10. Hock Plaza Garage
      11. Medical Center Parking Garage II
      12. Medical Center Parking Garage III
      13. Medical Services Lot
      14. Physics Building/Science Lot
      15. Phytotron Building
      16. Research Drive Garage
      17. Science Dr Moped & Motorcycle Parking
      18. Southgate Moped & Motorcycle Parking
      19. Telecom Drive at Fitzpatrick Building
      20. Towerview Dr at Gross Hall/Law School
      21. Upper Allen Lot
      22. Wannamaker Dorm Ln Moped Parking
      23. Yearby Ave Moped Parking
    6. Airport

      1. Raleigh-Durham International Airport

Tours

Julian Abele's architectural legacy

  1. East Campus Steam Plant (1925)
  2. Lilly Library (1928)
  3. East Campus Residence Halls (1930)
  4. Baldwin Auditorium (1930)
  5. East Campus Union (1930)
  6. East Campus Academic Buildings (1930)
  7. Faculty Houses (1930)
  8. West Campus Residence Halls (1930; 1939)
  9. West Campus Union (1930)
  10. Flowers Building (1930)
  11. Page Auditorium (1930)
  12. Duke University Chapel (1932)
  13. Duke Divinity School and Gray Building (1930)
  14. Hudson Hall Engineering Building (1939)
  15. Physics Building (1949)
  16. Cameron Indoor Stadium (1939)
  17. Wallace Wade Stadium (1929)
  18. William R. Perkins Library (1930; 1948)
  19. Languages Building (1930)
  20. Professional Schools (1930)
  21. West Campus Academic Buildings (1930)
  22. Allen Building (1954)

Content

Academic & Administrative

2022 Campus Drive

One of several former faculty and administrators homes along Campus Drive that now house university programs and departments.

 

2022 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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218 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

218 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

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705 Broad Street

This building houses Human Resources and several other units working collaboratively to advance Duke University‘s strategic mission of excellence in education, research, and patient care through our support of a creative and dynamic community.

 

705 Broad Street
Durham, NC 27708


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Allen Building

The Allen Building, the university's main administration building, completed the construction of the West Campus quadrangle in 1954.  It is home to many top-level administrative offices, including the president's office, and houses the departments of English and Classical Studies.  

 

421 Chapel Drive,

Durham, NC 27708


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American Tobacco Campus

From 1874-1987, this National Historic Landmark was the headquarters of the American Tobacco Company, the world’s largest cigarette manufacturer. Following the most ambitious historic renovation project in North Carolina history, the facility was reborn several years ago as a lively campus of offices, restaurants, meeting spaces and residential units. With its waterfall and public gathering spots, “American Tobacco” has become of the Triangle’s hottest gathering spots.  Duke was a pivotal player in the site’s redevelopment and has relocated seven of its departments there. They include Duke’s offices for information technology, financial services, general counsel and real estate, as well as Duke Divinity School Leadership Education, DUMAC and Duke Corporate Education.

 

Permit Parking

Permit Type: ATC
Permit Spaces: N/A
Permit Eligibility: Employees working at ATC
Permit Cost: $405 Annually | $33.75 month | $303 (Graduate Students)
Waitlist: Permits available for eligible groups. 
Bus Routes:  BCC

Art Building

The Art Building houses faculty and staff for the Thompson Writing Program.  

 

1 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Bell Tower Trailers

Bell Tower Trailers serve as temporary quarters for various departments and groups.

 

10 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Bevan Building

This old Coca-Cola bottling plant was most recently renovated in 2014 and is now occupied by several Duke University offices:  Office of Assessment (Trinity College of A&S), Office of Special Events and University Ceremonies, Office of the University Registrar, and Student Information Services and Systems (SISS). 

 

1121 West Main Street
Durham, NC 27701

 

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Biddle Music Building

Opened in 1974, it was named for Mary Duke Biddle ’07, daughter of Benjamin N. and Sarah P. Duke and mother of Mary D. B. T. Semans. It houses Duke’s Department of Music, music library, Bone Hall and the G. Norman and Ruth G. Eddy Collection of Musical Instruments.

 

9 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Biological Sciences Building

Located next to the French Family Science Center, Biological Sciences houses systematics, population genetics and evolution, animal physiology and functional morphology, as well as the Department of Biology.  

 

http://biology.duke.edu

 

130 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Biological Sciences Greenhouses

The Biological Sciences Greenhouse contains a diverse reference collection of plants for research and education. 

 

http://www.biology.duke.edu/greenhouse/

 

136 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Bishop's House

Built in 1910 as a residence for Bishop John C. Kilgo when he became a Methodist bishop after serving as president of Trinity College. Duke Continuing Studies and Summer Session are housed in Bishop's House.


8 East Campus Union Drive

Durham, NC 27708


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Bivins Building

Built in 1905, it is named for Joseph F. Bivins the first headmaster of Trinity Park School. Bivins houses the Dance Program and WXDU Radio.

 

2 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Branson Hall

The original building was a dorm for Trinity Park School. The current building is constructed with materials from the original building when it was dismantled. It is the home of Brody Theater, which holds 70 people.

 

5 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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BrightLeaf Square

Brightleaf Square is North Carolina's first commercial district on the National Register of Historic Places. Its distinctive turn-of-the-century tobacco warehouses have been transformed into a shopping center with specialty stores and restaurants. Duke Press and Duke Psychiatry are located here.

Carr Building

Remodeled in 1992, the Carr Building houses the History Department, a foreign language lab and other classrooms.  

 

1356 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Center for Documentary Studies (Lyndhurst House and Bridges House)

A block from East Campus, the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University is located in the historic Lyndhurst House and the adjoining Bridges House.  CDS explores the arts and humanities through classes, fieldwork, historical research projects, exhibitions, awards, book publishing, film events and radio programs.

http://documentarystudies.duke.edu

 

 

1317 W. Pettigrew Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Center for Muslim Life

Muslim Life at Duke is committed to enriching the lives of Muslim students and the whole campus through organizing events and activities that cater to the spiritual, social and intellectual needs of Duke students. Through the combined efforts of the Muslim Chaplain and the Muslim Student Association, Muslim Life at Duke provides a welcoming home to a diverse ethnic, racial and cultural Muslim community at Duke. In addition, Muslim Life organizes a variety of activities and events related to interfaith, community service and social activism which allow students to discuss issues related to faith, peace, compassion and understanding in a warm and enriching setting. These events and activities are open to all members of the Duke community as well as the Triangle community.

 

406 Swift Avenue
Durham, NC 27708


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Child Care Facility

The facility, which opened in 1991, is the university's on-campus child care center and preschool. It is provided  exclusively for Duke faculty, staff and employees who are benefit-eligible.

 

511 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705


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Crowell Building

Tucked behind Wilson Dorm on East Campus, Crowell Hall houses departments within the Office of Student Affairs and the Duke Coffeehouse.

 

10 Epworth Lane
Durham, NC 27708


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Divinity School - Goodson Chapel

Part of the Divinity School’s Westbrook Building, Goodson Chapel is central to worship life at the Divinity School. It boasts a 315-seat worship space with 55-foot-high ceilings and an organ balcony.

Divinity School - Gray Building

Founded as the School of Religion in 1926, the Divinity School is housed in three contiguous buildings: The Thomas A. Langford Building, the Gray Building and the Westbrook Building.  The Gray Building houses the Department of Religion, Duke Center for Jewish Studies and a portion of the Duke Divinity School.

 

http://www.divinity.duke.edu/

http://religiondepartment.duke.edu/

http://jewishstudies.duke.edu/

 

 

407 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Divinity School - Langford Building

Completed in 1972 to join the existing Old Divinity and Gray Building as a part of the Divinity School.  Many Divinity School offices are located in this building.

 

405 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Divinity School - Westbrook Building

Part of the Divinity School, the Westbrook Building is connected to the Langford and Gray buildings. Completed in 2005, it houses Goodson Chapel, classrooms, a bookstore, the Divinity Cafe restaurant  and administrative offices.  

 

Divinity Bookshop (inside the Westbrook Building) 

carries a wide variety of Divinity School branded clothing and gifts.  Has an extensive book selection, including sections devoted to Divinity School Authors, Biblical Commentary, and textbooks for Divinity School courses. Carries pastoral supplies, pastoral gowns and a selection of Fair Trade and locally sourced gift items.  Online ordering available.

 

403 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Doris Duke Center

The information and education hub of the Gardens is the Doris Duke Center, dedicated in November 2001. Named for Doris Duke (1912-1993), daughter of Duke University benefactor James Buchanan Duke, the Center includes classrooms, a horticulture library, staff offices, and the Gardens' volunteer center. A large event space is frequently used for private, community, and University gatherings, as well as for Gardens functions.

420 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Duke Gardens Kirby Horton Hall

The Sarah P. Duke Gardens are located off of Anderson Street between Campus Drive and Erwin Road.  Performances are held in Kirby Horton Hall which is located inside of the Doris Duke Center at the Gardens.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

420 Anderson Street

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Duke Graduate and Professional Students Council (GPSC)

The Graduate and Professional Student Council of Duke University (GPSC – pronounced ‘gypsy’) is the umbrella student government organization for Duke’s nine graduate and professional schools.  http://gpsc.duke.edu

 

306 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705


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Duke Institute for Brain Sciences / LSRC - DIBS

The Duke Institute for Brain Sciences expansion includes event, teaching and work spaces.

 

308 Research Drive, LSRC M051

Durham, NC

 

Duke Teaching Observatory

Duke Teaching Observatory is an observational facility

for teaching and outreach activities in astronomy.  

Site has ten telescope piers with power source and Meade

LX-200 compatible mounting plate.

 

Durham Centre

Durham Centre is a unique fifteen-story office building with a magnificent stepped pyramid roof rising above the downtown skyline. Distinctive in architectural design, the 195,911 square-foot office tower combines deep blue reflective glass and distinctive red granite imported from Finland.  It houses the Duke Clinical Research Institute.

East Campus Steam Plant

The East Campus Steam Plant operates year-round to provide high-pressured steam to East Campus.  Steam from the plant is used for space conditioning, water heating, medical equipment sterilization, and other uses.  The plant was built in 1929 and was renovated to run on natural gas when Duke discontinued its use of coal in campus steam plants as part its goal to become carbon neutral by 2024.  

 

The East Campus Steam Plant earned LEED™ Gold Certification in 2010.

 

East Duke Building

Completed in 1912, East Duke served as the main administrative building for Trinity College and later for the Woman‘s College. East Duke now houses International Comparative Studies and the Program in Women's Studies and is the site for many intimate performances in the Nelson Music Room and the East Duke Parlors.

 

1304 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Engineering Building Addition

Commonly referred to as "The Annex", the Engineering Building Addition was built onto Hudson Hall in 1972. This building houses professors‘ offices for each of the engineering disciplines, as well as multiple labs.

 

100 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Environment Hall

Duke Environment Hall, the 70,000-square-foot new home of Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, opened on April 10, 2014.

The five-story glass-and-concrete building incorporates start-of-the-art green features and technologies inside and out. It has been designed to meet or exceed the criteria for LEED Green Building platinum certification, the highest level of sustainability.

Episcopal Center

The Episcopal Center at Duke is a place of worship and fellowship that nurtures discipleship through study of the Bible and reflection upon religious tradition.

 

505 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Erwin Mill

The mills, two large buildings and a water tower, were erected on Ninth and Main. Erwin Mills merged with Burlington Industries in 1970. In 1986, Burlington sold the factory to the J.P. Stevens Co., which closed the mill. The one remaining building is now the residential and office space known as Erwin Square.

 

2024 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27708


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Erwin Square

Also known as Wachovia Plaza, this 10-story, 235,979-square-foot class A office tower houses Duke Credit Union, the Office of Research Support, Office of Federal Relations, Personal Assistance Service (PAS) and other administrative offices. 

 

2200 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27705


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Faculty Club

Located beside the Washington Duke Inn and Golf Club, the Duke University Faculty Club is a private swim and tennis club for the faculty and staff of Duke University and the Medical Center.

 

http://facultyclub.duke.edu/

 

10 Faculty Club Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Fitzpatrick Center for Interdisciplinary Engineering, Medicine and Applied Sciences (CIEMAS)

Opened in 2004, the four-building, 322,000-square-foot facility expands the Pratt School of Engineering's partnership with the School of Medicine by providing laboratories for collaborative research in health care, genomics and biotechnology.

 

On the first floor is the 206-seat Kenneth T. Schiciano Auditorium reflecting the latest multi-media technologies and design. It is the primary setting for everything from major symposia to academic instruction. 

 

CIEMAS earned LEED™ Silver Certification and includes features like low-flow toilets, a 70,000 gallon rainwater cistern, and a 15% reduction in building energy use from a reflective roof and tinted windows.

 

http://www.pratt.duke.edu/fitzpatrick

 

101 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Flowers Building

Originally an administration building, it was renovated for student use in 1954 and renamed for Robert Lee Flowers, who served the university for six decades, including from 1941 to 1948 as president. The building contains offices for student affairs, the student newspaper (The Chronicle) and the yearbook (Chanticleer).

 

404 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Forum for Scholars and Publics

The Forum for Scholars and Publics is located in 011 Old Chem on Duke's West Campus, across from The Perk. The Forum includes programming space seating up to sixty people, a smaller meeting space, staff offices, and a fully equipped studio for video and audio recording.

Free Electron Laser Laboratory

The Duke FEL Laboratory is housed in a 52,000 square foot facility with the addition of the 13,000 square foot Keck Life Sciences Research Laboratory on the campus. Active areas of research at DFELL include FEL physics, nuclear physics, materials science, and biological and biomedical sciences.

 

http://www.fel.duke.edu/

 

101 Circuit Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Freeman Center For Jewish Life

Dedicated in 1999, the Freeman Center provides opportunities for Jewish students of all denominations to worship, study, eat, gather and reach out to the larger community. 

 

1415 Faber Street
Durham, NC 27708


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French Family Science Center

The $115 million, 280,000-square-foot building, completed in 2006, features state-of-the-art research and teaching laboratories for genomics, chemistry, biological chemistry, materials science, nanoscience, physical biology and bioinformatics. FFSC brings together several Arts & Science disciplines under one roof, providing space for the departments of chemistry and biology, biological anthropology and anatomy, mathematics and physics.

 

The French Family Science Center’s ecological features include two green roofs, use of certified wood, recycled and regional materials and a landscape plan that included soil conservation and relocation of existing trees and plants. The green roofs stretch over the lecture hall and biology labs. Comprised of vegetation, soil, gravel and water-tight insulation, they reduce water runoff and keep the building cool. The building also includes other energy saving features – all windows have exterior reflectors that direct sunlight into the space.

 

French Family Science Center earned LEED™ Silver Certification for its green roof, water efficiency features including low-flow sinks, and energy efficient technologies such as low-flow fume hoods. 

 

124 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Friedl Building

Built in the Georgian style that dominates East Campus, the Friedl Building houses the departments of African & African American Studies and Cultural Anthropology and the Programs in Literature and Latino/a Studies. It is one of the university's centers for teaching and learning in the humanities.

 

Freidl Building earned LEED™ Silver Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2007.

 

1316 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Fuqua School of Business

Fuqua Keller Center (east and west wings of the Fuqua complex) houses classrooms, centers and administrative offices for the Fuqua School of Business.

 

The Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD Center for Health Policy is located at the Fuqua School of Business.

 

 

Fuqua's Breeden Hall earned LEED™ Silver Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2009.

 

http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/

 

100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Graduate Liberal Studies

This former faculty home currently houses Graduate Liberal Studies: http://liberalstudies.duke.edu/

 

2114 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Graduate School

Built in 1931, this building is home to the Graduate School. It was originally the residence of Duke president Robert Lee Flowers and later was occupied by the founding head of the Department of Medicine, Frederic Moir Hanes, and the University Development offices. 

http://gradschool.duke.edu/

 

2127 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Gross Hall for Interdisciplinary Innovation

Paul M. Gross Hall, at the northwest corner of Science and Towerview, was named for long-time Chemistry Department Chairman Paul Gross. The 146,400-square-foot building opened in 1968. 

 

140 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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The Foundry

The Foundry is 7,600 square feet of project space in the lower level of Gross Hall for Duke students focused on engineering, energy, entrepreneurship, and sustainability to build their ideas from the ground up. Facility features include 10 project rooms set around a 2,400-square-foot flexible open-plan workspace with a 25-foot ceiling, tables and chairs, storage lockers, whiteboards and an 80-inch digital display. The Foundry’s entrance is located to the right of the Science Drive front of Gross Hall. To schedule a visit, inquire about using The Foundry for a one-time event, or to reserve space for a long-term team project, email foundry@duke.edu

 

The Foundry website

 

The Foundry

Gross Hall, Lower Level

140 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

Hart House

Built in 1933, the Hart House is the home of Duke President Richard H. Brodhead.  The three-floor building, constructed from brick and timber, borders the Duke football field at the corner of two main roads -- Duke University Road and Academy Drive. 

 

2234 Duke University Road
Durham, NC 27708


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Hock Plaza

The $115 million, 280,000-square-foot building, completed in 2006, features state-of-the-art research and teaching laboratories.  

 

2424 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705


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Hock Plaza II

Hudson Hall Engineering Building

Easily identifiable along Science Drive by its rounded entrance, Hudson Hall was built in 1948 and dubbed "Old Red" for its brick-clad exterior. In 1992 the building was expanded and renamed for a 1946 graduate and former university board of trustees chairman. Hudson Hall is home to all four departments in the Pratt School of Engineering as well as the school‘s laboratories, computing facilities, offices and classrooms.

 

100 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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International House

One of several former faculty and administrators homes along Campus Drive that now house university programs and departments, International House assists the more than 1,000 international students and scholars at Duke (and their families) through orientation support, programming, community outreach and advocacy.

 

300 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

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JB Duke Hotel

Home to the Thomas Executive Conference Center, JB Duke Hotel, opening in January 2017, will play host to Fuqua School of Business students and guests, as well as other visitors and travelers to Duke and Durham. The JB Duke Hotel features 198 luxury guestrooms, 20,850 square feet of meeting and event space, a full-service restaurant and two bars –  all connected by a stately two-story glass corridor.
 

http://www.JBDukeHotel.com

 

230 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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John Hope Franklin Center

Named for the late historian, civil rights advocate and Duke history professor, the John Hope Franklin Center is home to a diverse consortium of Duke programs in the humanities and social sciences that study such issues as race, social equity and globalization.

 

http://jhfc.duke.edu/

 

2204 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705


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Languages Building

Built in 1929 to house the Duke Law School - as suggested by the scales of justice decorating the doorway - the Language Center is now home to the departments of Romance Studies and Slavic Languages and Literature and the West Campus language lab.

 

413 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Law School Building

The Law School Building is home to the oldest professional school at Duke, founded in 1904. A 2005 construction project added a 25,000-square-foot wing and re-clad the formerly red brick building to more closely match the "Duke" brick used on several other West Campus buildings.

 

The Law School addition earned LEED™ Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2004, and the Law School Commons earned LEED™ Certification in 2009.

 

http://www.law.duke.edu/

 

210 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Learning & Organization Development, 402 Oregon

Housed in two adjacent buildings across the parking lot from the Duke University Police Department, Learning & Organization Development provides consulting, learning services and collaborative human resource development.

 

402 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705


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Learning & Organization Development, 406 Oregon

While the front half of the building is used by Learning & Organization Development, the back of the building is used as a sculpture studio for the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies.

 

406 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705


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Levine Science Research Center

Levine Science Research Center (LSRC) is one of the largest single-site interdisciplinary research facilities in the U.S. The 341,000-square-foot facility is a multipurpose center housing classrooms, laboratory space and offices.  The LSRC has four wings: A, B, C & D (see attached image for details).  

 

Houses the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences (DIBS)

 

308 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Marketplace (East Campus Union)

The East Campus Union, which opened in 1927, is the center of student life on East Campus. The facility boasts a convenience store, mailboxes, social space and two dining facilities: Trinity Cafe and The Marketplace. 

 

1324 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Markets and Management Studies

One of several former faculty and administrators homes along Campus Drive that now houses Duke's Markets and Management Studies Program. Markets and Management Studies is a certificate program for Duke undergraduates wanting to study business, organizations, entrepreneurship, and related issues.

 

2016 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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McClendon Commons

Nicholas Institute, 2101 Campus Drive

This former faculty home currently houses the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.  The Nicholas Institute occupies three spaces on Duke University’s WestCampus in DurhamNC, at 2101, 2111, and 2117 CampusDrive 2101 Campus Drive

 

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Nicholas Institute, 2111 Campus Drive

This former faculty home currently houses the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.  The Nicholas Institute occupies three spaces on Duke University’s WestCampus in DurhamNC, at 2101, 2111, and 2117 Campus

 

2111 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Nicholas Institute, 2117 Campus Drive

This former faculty home currently houses the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.  The Nicholas Institute occupies three spaces on Duke University’s WestCampus in DurhamNC, at 2101, 2111, and 2117 Campus

 

2117 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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North Building

Built in 1958, the North Building houses several different entities, including Science & Society and its MA in Bioethics & Science Policy.

 

304 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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OESO Fire Safety Division

The Fire Safety Division of the Occupational and Environmental Safety Office (OESO) addresses employee safety, training, policies and other concerns regarding Fire Safety and Life Safety.

 

http://www.safety.duke.edu/

 

1411 Hull Street
Durham, NC 27708


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OIT-Telecommunications Building

Opened in 1972, the OIT-Telecommunications Building is occupied by some of Duke's Office of Information Technology (OIT) offices, Renaissance Computing Institute, and Scalable Computing. The Pratt School of Engineering Student Shop is located in the basement.  The Innovation Studio is in room 118.

 

2 Telecom Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Office of News and Communications

 

 

614 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Old Chemistry

Built in 1932, Old Chemistry once contained an industrial laboratory that pioneered tobacco testing and still has carved scientific symbols above the main doorway.  Current occupants include the Department of Germanic Languages and Literature, Earth & Ocean Sciences and the Department of Statistical Science.  

 

415 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Organization for Tropical Studies, 408 Swift Ave.

The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) is a non-profit consortium founded in 1963 that has grown to include 63 universities and research institutions from the United States, Latin America and Australia. OTS conducts graduate and undergraduate education, facilitates research, participates in tropical forest conservation, maintains three biological stations in Costa Rica and conducts environmental education programs.

 

408 Swift Avenue
Durham, NC 27708


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Organization for Tropical Studies, 410 Swift Ave.

The Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) is a non-profit consortium founded in 1963 that has grown to include 63 universities and research institutions from the United States, Latin America and Australia. OTS conducts graduate and undergraduate education, facilitates research, participates in tropical forest conservation, maintains three biological stations in Costa Rica and conducts environmental education programs.

 

410 Swift Avenue
Durham, NC 27708


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Parking and Transportation Services

Duke University Parking and Transportation Services is located in the ground level of the Science Drive Garage, 302 Science Drive.

Daily visitors should enter the garage from the Thomas Center driveway, located off Science Drive, and pull a ticket from the dispenser.  Patrons attending athletic and other major events should enter from Highway 751. 

Office hours are  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

(919) 684-PARK (-7275)

http://parking.duke.edu 

Physics Building

Built in 1948 and added onto in 1963, the Physics Building is next door to the French Family Science Center and Biological Sciences Center. The Physics Building houses the Physics and Mathematics departments.

 

120 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Phytotron Building

Founded in 1968, the Phytotron building is where plants are grown in environmentally controlled chambers. There, researchers study the effects of carbon dioxide, temperature, light and other factors on plant ecologies.  

 

138 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Rubenstein Hall

This 46,000-square-foot building, an expansion of the Sanford School of Public Policy, opened in 2005 and houses the Center for Child and Family Policy and the Duke Center for International Development, among others.  

 

Rubenstein Hall earned LEED™ Certification for its low-flow toilets, low-VOC emitting materials, and natural lighting that reaches 75% of the building's interior. 

 

302 Towerview Dr.
Durham, NC 27708


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Sanford School of Public Policy

Opened in 1994 and named for former Duke president, N.C. governor and U.S. senator Terry Sanford, the Sanford School of Public Policy’s main building offers a striking architectural contrast to the Duke Law School located just across Science Drive. The building‘s unique open design houses programs devoted to public policy, government, leadership, philanthropy, ethics, journalism and international development.

 

http://sanford.duke.edu/

 

201 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program

Duke University School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant (PA) program is located at 800 S. Duke St.  The location is the former downtown Durham headquarters for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and has been the home of the PA program since January 2009.  The building is a two-story brick structure that dates back to the early 1960s.  It contains a large state-of-the-art classroom, four physical diagnosis labs, 10 student seminar breakout rooms, and dedicated space for patient simulators.  There are warm welcoming spaces for students, with cozy study nooks and open spaces for students to collaborate and learn together.  The kitchen area and lounge are inviting and spacious and serve students, faculty and staff who mix and mingle together at break times.

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing, Pearson Building.

 

The School of Nursing earned LEED™ Silver Certification in 2006.

 

307 Trent Dr, Durham, NC 27705

Smith Warehouse

A former Liggett tobacco warehouse on Buchanan Boulevard- across from the main entrance to Duke University's East Campus.

 

Smith Warehouse earned LEED™ Existing Building Certification for features such as reusing the original building's materials and accessibility by sustainable transportation options. 

 

114 South Buchanan Blvd.
Durham, NC 27708

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Social Sciences Building

Built in 1931, the Social Sciences Building is home to the department of Economics and the Triangle Census Research Data Center.

 

419 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Sociology-Psychology Building

Built in 1931, the name of the building accurately reflects its tenants - the departments of Sociology and Psychology & Neuroscience.

 

417 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Stream Wetland Assessment Management Park (SWAMP)

The Stream Wetland Assessment Management Park (SWAMP) serves as an outdoor classroom and field laboratory for students and researchers.  Informational signs and a trail with boardwalks provide educational and recreational opportunities to the public.

 

Student Health and Wellness Center

Student health, nutrition, counseling, CAPs (Counseling & Psychological Services), wellness and case management are consolidated under one roof. 

Student Rural Health Coalition of North Carolina

This organization has undergraduate and medical student members. The Coalition runs 5 community health clinics, offers a pre-career health internship program that places students in rural, impoverished areas of North Carolina and also does environmental justice work.

 

304 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705


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Teer Building

Located next to Hudson Hall, the Nello L. Teer Building houses classroom, laboratory, administrative spaces for the Pratt School of Engineering and the DuHatch student business incubator.

 

110 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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The Plaza

The 40,000-square-foot West Campus Plaza  is located between the Bryan University Center and West Campus Union. Designed to accommodate various types and sizes of activities, the plaza features both fixed and moveable furniture, a main stage for the arts, as well as performance space, dining areas, and small and large group "gathering nodes."  The plaza's primary function is to provide outdoor space for interaction among members of the Duke community.

Trent Drive Hall

The hall, which opened in 1953 as a dorm for male graduate students, was upgraded in 1995. Wedged between Central Campus and the Medical Center, Trent Hall is now comprised of office and classroom space. There is a cafe in the basement.  

 

310 Trent Drive
Durham, NC 27705


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Triangle University Nuclear Laboratory Building (TUNL)

Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory is a Department of Energy -funded laboratory with research faculty from three major universities within the Research Triangle area: Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Located on the campus of Duke University behind the Physics department, TUNL draws additional collaborators from many universities in the southeast, as well as from labs and universities across the country and all over the world.

 

116 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

Trinity Technology Services

This former faculty home currently houses Trinity Technology Services. The Office of Technology Services is responsible for implementing and supporting technology for the faculty, staff, and students of Trinity College of Arts & Sciences. The technology services provided support the academic mission of Trinity College and Duke University. 

 

http://trinity.duke.edu/technology

 

2122 Campus Dr

Durham, NC 27705


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Undergraduate Admissions

Built in 1930, the Undergraduate Admissions building was the first house erected on Campus Drive. Located on the Campus Drive traffic circle, the building is often the first stop for prospective students and their families.   

 

http://www.admissions.duke.edu/

 

2138 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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University Development

University Tower

University Tower is a landmark building on Tower Blvd. on 15-501 in Durham. With its commanding view of the surrounding area, it houses Duke University Health System  Business Development, Marketing & Integrated Corporate & Venture Development and the EPIC Group working on the Electronic Medical Record system.

West Campus Chiller Plant #1

Beginning in 2000, Duke University developed a Central Chilled Water System that consists of two central plants (42,000 ton cooling capacity) and 14 miles of distribution piping. These plants are both on West Camp. After leaving each plant, chilled water runs to each building on campus, and then through various pipes and air handling equipment to cool these buildings. After leaving a building, the previously chilled water returns via closed loop to a chilled water plant for reuse. 

 

The University’s Master Plan confirmed that central production and distribution of chilled water is the most efficient and economical method to provide the cooling needs for Duke University’s campus including the School of Medicine and Medical Center. The system provides chilled water for process equipment cooling and building air conditioning in a reliable and cost effective manner.  

 

 

West Campus Chiller Plant #2

Beginning in 2000, Duke University developed a Central Chilled Water System that consists of two central plants (42,000 ton cooling capacity) and 14 miles of distribution piping. These plants are both on West Camp. After leaving each plant, chilled water runs to each building on campus, and then through various pipes and air handling equipment to cool these buildings. After leaving a building, the previously chilled water returns via closed loop to a chilled water plant for reuse. 

 

The University’s Master Plan confirmed that central production and distribution of chilled water is the most efficient and economical method to provide the cooling needs for Duke University’s campus including the School of Medicine and Medical Center. The system provides chilled water for process equipment cooling and building air conditioning in a reliable and cost effective manner.  

 

This plant earned LEED™ Gold Certification for its proximity to amenities such as local restaurants, stores, and schools, as well as its accessibility by bike and bus.  Additionally, its renovation in 2006 reduced the amount of impervious land by 48%. 

West Campus Steam Plant

The West Campus Steam Plant operates year-round to provide high-pressured steam to West Campus and the Medical Center.  Steam from the plant is used for space conditioning, water heating, medical equipment sterilization, and other uses.  The plant was built in 1929 and was renovated to run on natural gas when Duke discontinued its use of coal in campus steam plants as part its goal to become carbon neutral by 2024. 

 

West Duke Building

Completed in 1911, West Duke housed the first college bookstore, the first campus barbershop and post office. It now houses the Program in Education, the Kenan Institute for Ethics and the Department of Philosophy.  

 

1364 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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West Village

West Village is a mixed-use community consisting of five historic tobacco warehouses built between 1899 and 1926.  The brick structures were once used by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company to process tobacco and manufacture cigarettes.  Duke's Office of Durham and Regional Affairs and Duke University Development are now housed here, surrounded by shops and restaurants.

White Lecture Hall

Opened in 2001, the Richard White Lecture Hall is located between the East Duke Building and East residence hall. It features a 243-seat main lecture room, a stage to accommodate student performances and elevator access to the Nelson Music Room in East Duke.

 

1308 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Art & Performance Venues

Arts Annex

Secured by the Division of Student Affairs to support the growing student arts scene, the UCAE: Arts Annex houses new rehearsal, studio, and programming spaces for student artists and organizations and is also the new location for the Duke Bikes Program.  The mission of the Arts Annex is to make the arts accessible to all Duke students by providing increased resources, enhanced programming, and a welcoming environment that inspires ongoing collaborative partnership within the Duke student arts community.

 

Hours

Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 12am

Friday – Saturday:  10am – 8pm

 

404 Gattis Street

Durham, NC 27708

 

Baldwin Auditorium

Built in 1927, Baldwin Auditorium's domed roof provides the dominant architectural statement on East Campus. The 900-seat auditorium is the site of musical performances ranging from jazz to chamber music.

 

Baldwin Auditorium is LEED™ Silver Certified.

 

1336 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Bone Hall

Bone Hall is an 80-seat performance and rehearsal hall inside the Mary Duke Biddle Music Building.  A versatile space, it is also used for classes, workshops, and lectures.

 

9 Brodie Gym Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Brody Theater

Brody Theater is a small arena stage located in Branson Hall on Duke's East Campus.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

5 Brodie Gym Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Brown Gallery

Located in the Bryan University Center on the West Campus of Duke University, the Louise Jones Brown Gallery provides a unique and professional space for artists to display their work in a solo show for 4-6 weeks. Local artists are given precedence. 

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

125 Science Drive,

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Bryan Center Box Office

The Duke University Box Office located in the Bryan University Center provides ticketing services for all art and cultural events on the campus including student programs, academic departments such as Theater Studies and Music, Duke Performances, and the American Dance Festival.  The Box Office handles ticket sales for events in campus theaters.  Tickets are sold at the Box Office, over the phone (919.684.4444) and on-line at tickets.duke.edu.  Tickets are also required for most free events in campus theaters in order to limit attendance to the legal capacity of the venue. Contact the Box Office to arrange for tickets and discuss your needs.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

125 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Bryan University Center

Bryan University Center, which opened in 1982, houses the University Store, the Gothic Bookshop, five dining facilities, film and performing art theaters, the University Box Office, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, a post office, ATMs and broadcast studio. The Information Desk in the Bryan University Center is open daily for the Duke Community and campus visitors. Friendly people, campus maps, and information about Duke and Durham are just a few of the services provided.

 

Forty-five solar thermal panels on the roof of the Bryan University Center heat 30-40% of the building's hot water. 

 

125 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Center for Documentary Studies (Lyndhurst House and Bridges House)

A block from East Campus, the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University is located in the historic Lyndhurst House and the adjoining Bridges House.  CDS explores the arts and humanities through classes, fieldwork, historical research projects, exhibitions, awards, book publishing, film events and radio programs.

http://documentarystudies.duke.edu

 

 

1317 W. Pettigrew Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Duke Chapel

Duke Chapel, at the top of Chapel Drive on West Campus, is considered to be one of the last great examples of the Collegiate Gothic architectural style in the United States.  Opened in 1932, it has a 210-foot-high tower, a 50-bell carillon, 77 stained glass windows, three pipe organs and seating for 1,600 people.

 

http://www.chapel.duke.edu/

 

401 Chapel Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Duke CoffeeHouse

Located within the Crowell building on East Campus, the Duke Coffeehouse is a mecca for alternative culture at Duke as well as a link between the University and the Durham community. The Coffeehouse was founded in 1981 by SHARE (Student Housing for Academic and Residential Experimentation, Duke's first non-Greek selective living group), and run by SHARE until 2003, when it reopened under the administrative umbrella of the Duke University Union. During the week, students study and socialize amidst the aroma of fresh brewed coffee. On the weekends, the Coffeehouse is transformed into a live venue for local and touring musicians, plays, open mics and student performances.

 

http://www.duke.edu/web/coffeehouse/home.html

 

106 Epworth Lane

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Durham Performing Arts Center

DPAC features 2,700 seats in a 100,000 square foot venue specifically designed to host the touring Broadway shows, headline concerts, and the American Dance Festival. 

 

http://www.dpacnc.com/

 

123 Vivian Street

Durham, NC  27701

 

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Franklin Humanities Institute- The Garage

As the primary event space of the Franklin Humanities Institute, the "Garage" hosts many public lectures, conferences, screenings, and other programs year-round (http://www.fhi.duke.edu/events).  Located in Bay 4 of Smith Warehouse, the Garage is also the permanent home of Haiti: History Embedded in Amber (http://www.fhi.duke.edu/haitiamber/), a public art collaboration between the renowned Haitian-American artist Edouard Duval-Carrié and the faculty and students of the FHI Haiti Lab.

Fredric Jameson Gallery

Fredric Jameson Gallery is an art space located in Friedl Building on East Campus.

 

1316 Campus Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Griffith Film Theater

Griffith is located on the lower level of the Bryan Center, next to Sheafer Lab Theater. Griffith is used mainly for academic classes.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

125 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Hull Avenue Dance Studio

This building (located on Hull St., off of Swift Ave between Campus Drive and Highway 147/Durham Freeway) houses arts facilities, including a dance studio, a dance technology lab, and a classroom for the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Art.

 

http://danceprogram.duke.edu/

 

1515 Hull Street

Durham, NC  27705

 

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John Hope Franklin Center

Named for the late historian, civil rights advocate and Duke history professor, the John Hope Franklin Center is home to a diverse consortium of Duke programs in the humanities and social sciences that study such issues as race, social equity and globalization.

 

http://jhfc.duke.edu/

 

2204 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705


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Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture

Located in 101 Flowers, the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture strives to promote racial understanding, build community, and foster an appreciation for and increase knowledge of Black people, Black history, Black culture, and the vast contributions of people of the African Diaspora.  The Mary Lou Williams Center also hosts weekly jazz concerts on Wednesday nights during the academic year. 

Nasher Art Museum

The Nasher Museum of Art opened its new building designed by architect Rafael Viñoly on October 2, 2005, creating a major new center for the arts on campus. The $23 million museum fosters multidisciplinary learning and serves the Research Triangle Area.

 

2001 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Nelson Music Room

This 300-seat recital hall is located on Duke's East Campus off Main Street in the East Duke Building.

 

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1304 Campus Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Old Faculty Sculpture Studio

The Old Faculty Sculpture Studio houses a sculpture studio and the administrative offices for the sculpture faculty from the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies. 

 

1404 W. Main Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Page Auditorium

The 1,232-seat auditorium hosts numerous musical and stage performances and classical, jazz, folk and rock musicians. Located next to the Duke Chapel, Page Auditorium is connected to Flowers Building and shares its entranceway.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

402 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Reynolds Theater

Reynolds is located in the Upper Level of the Bryan Center on West Campus. With a seating capacity of 608, Reynolds is the site for many of the productions with Duke Performances and Chamber Arts Society.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

125 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Sarah P. Duke Gardens

The stunning, 55-acre Sarah P. Duke Gardens are located in the heart of West Campus and are recognized as one of the finest public gardens in the country. Breathtaking and relaxing any time of year, the Gardens boast rose and iris gardens, an Asiatic arboretum, a wisteria pergola, and expansive lawns that are perfect for studying, reading, or simply sprawling on a blanket in the sun.  Five miles of shaded, winding pathways provide a great respite as well as a chance to study many native plants and trees.

 

http://gardens.duke.edu

 

420 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Sheafer Lab Theater

Sheafer Theater is located on West Campus on the second level of the Bryan Center. It is a black box theater perfect for small-scale productions that demand intimacy between performer and audience. There are adjustable, portable seating platforms. Maximum 130 seats in flexible seating system.

 

https://tickets.duke.edu

 

125 Science Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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The Ark

Built in 1898, the Ark has had many uses: a gymnasium (and site of the first "Big Four" basketball game in North Carolina in 1906), a cafeteria, the campus laundry and a recreation center. Today, it is used primarily for dance classes and student production rehearsals. 

 

http://danceprogram.duke.edu/

 

14 Epworth Lane

Durham, NC 27708

 

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The Carpentry Shop

New location for the Duke MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts (map view is approximate; building is at the corner of Maxwell and Campus Drive).

1509 Campus Dr.
Durham, NC 27707

The Plaza

The 40,000-square-foot West Campus Plaza  is located between the Bryan University Center and West Campus Union. Designed to accommodate various types and sizes of activities, the plaza features both fixed and moveable furniture, a main stage for the arts, as well as performance space, dining areas, and small and large group "gathering nodes."  The plaza's primary function is to provide outdoor space for interaction among members of the Duke community.

Trent Gallery

Trent gallery is located on the basement floor of Trent Hall, next to Grace’s Cafe. It is free and open to the public for viewing during regular business hours.

 

310 Trent Drive, Durham

NC  27705

 

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Visual Arts and Media Studies Warehouse

The Visual Arts and Media Studies Warehouse is located Smith Warehouse Bays 11 and 12.  The Visual Studies Initiative is housed in Bay 11.  These facilities include offices, studios, and communal work spaces for students, faculty, staff, and research groups from Art, Art History & Visual Studies; Computer Science; Documentary Studies; English; Information Science + Information Studies; Kimberly J. Jenkins Chair for New Technologies and Society; Program in Literature; Visualization Technology Group, Pratt School of Engineering; and the Duke Visual Studies Initiative. 

 

114 South Buchanan Blvd.

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Athletics

Ambler Tennis Stadium

Opened in 2003, the 11,000-square-foot outdoor tennis facility features seating for 700 around Duke‘s six outdoor varsity courts and a state-of-the-art sound and electronics system.

 

324 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Brodie Recreation Center

Keith and Brenda Brodie Recreation Center

 

20 Brodie Gym Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Brooks Football Building

201 Pascal-Brooks Dr
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Cameron Indoor Stadium

Many sports enthusiasts consider Cameron Indoor Stadium, built in 1940, a basketball shrine. The Blue Devils men's and women's basketball teams benefit from Cameron's intimate seating arrangements for slightly more than 9,000 fans, including bleacher-style seats alongside the court reserved for students (who are nicknamed the Cameron Crazies).

 

115 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Card Gymnasium

Opened in 1930 and later named for Wilbur Wade "Cap" Card, Trinity College‘s first athletic director and basketball coach, the all-purpose gym contains an elevated track, a swimming pool and a basketball court. In its basketball heyday, Card could accommodate about 4,000 spectators. Located adjacent to Cameron Indoor Stadium, Card Gym stretches alongside the grassy expanse of Krzyzewskiville, the tent city built by students each basketball season.

 

320 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Intramural Building

Located between the Wilson Recreation Center and Sheffield Tennis Center, the Intramural Building is headquarters for men's and women's intramural sports. 

 

208 Wannamaker Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Jack Coombs Field Baseball Stadium

Built in 1951, the 2,000-seat stadium is named for Jack Coombs, who coached baseball at Duke for 24 years, and is home to Duke‘s baseball team.

 

101 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Koskinen Stadium

Opened in 1999, Koskinen Stadium is home to the Blue Devil soccer and lacrosse teams. The stadium can accommodate 7,000 spectators.  

 

106 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Krzyzewski Center for Athletic Excellence

The three-story, 56,000-square-foot

Michael W. Krzyzewski Center - Dedicated to Academic & Athletic Excellence, named for Duke's Hall of Fame basketball coach, houses tutoring, computer resources, one-on-one counseling and team study space for Duke’s 600-plus student-athletes.

 

107 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Murray Building

The William D. Murray Building serves the university's lacrosse and soccer teams. 

 

110 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Pascal Field House

The Pascal Field House earned LEED™ Silver Certification for its sustainable features including ultralow-flow plumbing, low-emitting materials, and Energy Star certification for energy efficiency.

 

Schwartz-Butters Athletic Center

Completed in 1999, this six-story complex houses: an academic center for Duke's student-athletes; the Duke Sports Hall of Fame; the Duke Basketball Museum; locker rooms and training facilities for the men's and women's basketball teams; and offices for the athletic director, basketball coaches and staff.

 

306 Towerview Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Sheffield Tennis Center

Home to Duke men's and women's tennis teams, the Sheffield Tennis Center houses a six-court indoor tennis center, locker rooms and coach's offices.  

 

204 Wannamaker Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Taishoff Aquatic Pavillion

Opened in 1972, the Taishoff Aquatic Pavillion is home to Duke's swimming and diving teams.  http://recreation.duke.edu/

 

326 Towerview Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Village Gym

1921 Yearby Street

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wallace Wade Stadium

The 35,000-seat, horseshoe-shaped stadium opened in 1929. Hosted the Rose Bowl in 1942, as a precautionary measure following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Site of annual commencement exercises. 

 

120 Frank Bassett Road
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

Located on the edge of campus, the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club features a four-diamond hotel and restaurant, meeting and ballroom facilities. An expansion, completed in 2005, added 100 rooms, a conference center, a fitness center, a driving range and a new golf facility for the Duke men's and women's golf teams.

 

http://www.washingtondukeinn.com/

 

3001 Cameron Boulevard
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Williams Field

Completed in 1996 and renovated in 2011, the turf field was primarily built for the Duke field hockey program. Thanks in large part to the contributions of Morris and Ruth Williams, the Duke facility features one of the best watering systems in the country, a state of the art sound system and a new scoreboard. The generosity of Jack Katz made possible the expansion of the stadium's brand new bleachers, the new press box and the brick entranceway.

 

Williams Field at Jack Katz Stadium is located on Duke's East Campus. The field is across from Well Springs market on Broad Street, between Markum Avenue and Main Street.  

Wilson Recreation Center

The 99,000-square-foot center is connected to the Aquatic Center and provides four stories of training and practice facilities, including a weight and training area, indoor track, basketball courts and multi-purpose rooms for students, faculty and staff members. 

 

http://recreation.duke.edu/

 

330 Towerview Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Yoh Football Center

Opened in 2002, the 70,000-square-foot Harold "Spike" Yoh Football Center overlooks Wallace Wade Stadium. The state-of-the-art facility provides training and weight rooms, players' lounges, offices, locker rooms, an indoor practice field and meeting rooms.

 

120 Whitford Dr.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Construction

Alumni Center

The Alumni Center includes the renovation of the original faculty house at 615 Chapel Drive. The building was designed by the Office of Horace Trumbauer as one of the original faculty houses. The Alumni Office will retain the name Forlines House in this new location. In addition to the restoration of the Forlines House, three new buildings are planned: an alumni office building,events building, and small meeting space, as well as outside gathering space.

Arts Center

Construction of the Arts Building is underway at the corner of Anderson Street and Campus Drive, across from the Nasher Art Museum. The building will provide space/studios for: painting, video production, radio station, dance technology/rehearsal, multipurpose dance studios, flexible classrooms and support/storage spaces. Students, regardless of their majors, will have access to the center. 

East Campus Residence Hall

This new 250 bed residence hall is expected to be completed in January 2018.

Gray and Divinity Renovations

The Divinity and Gray Buildings date from the late 1920s and have not undergone a major renovation since their completion.  The program calls for an overhaul to all building systems and major renovation to meet twenty first century needs of the Divinity School.  A Feasibility Study is currently in progress and is expected to be completed in early 2015.

Hudson Hall Interior Renovations

A complete renovation of the original 1948 “Old Red” Engineering Building, 1972 Annex, and 1992 Addition is in the planning stage.  It may include an infill project between the wings of the original building.  An assessment of the building and program deficiencies will lead to a master plan for future phased renovations which will likely include centralized building systems and improved lab and teaching spaces.

Softball Field

A new softball facility is required in order for Duke to reach its goal of adding softball as an NCAA varsity sport.  The project will include a competition field, clubhouse, batting cages and an entry plaza.  The field will be located on East Campus adjacent to the existing Jack Katz field hockey  stadium.  Construction is expected to begin in August 2016 and completion is expected in August 2017.  

Thomas Center Renovation and Addition

The Thomas Center is closed during construction which is scheduled tobe complete by January 2017. The original building’s corridors and walkways will be enclosed and a new five story, 85 room tower as well as a 5,800 square foot ballroom will be constructed. The building will reopen as the JB Duke Hotel.

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Dining

Au Bon Pain

Located in the Bryan Center, Au Bon Pain offers a variety of breakfast options, pastries, soups, colorful salads and signature sandwiches. Au Bon Pain's staff prides themselves on providing quality, healthy options and great customer service.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours
M-Th: 7:30a-12a
F: 7:30a-10p
Sa:10a-10p
Su:10a-12a

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Bryan Center
(919) 660-3932

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Au Bon Pain Plaza Cart

Bryan Center Plaza

Bella Union

Brewing fresh coffee and offers fresh baked goods, frozen drinks, and novelty snack-foods.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-F: 8a-12a
Sa: 10a-12a
Su: 11a-12a

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

McClendon Tower
(919) 684-2326

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Blue Express

Offers a Mediterranean menu, including hot and cold sandwiches, hearty entrees, fresh salads, and desserts.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

Regular Hours

 

M-Th: 8a-3p
F: 8a-2p
Sa-Su: Closed

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

LSRC
(919) 660-3971

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Cafe De Novo

Hot, healthy and homemade breakfast and lunch serving Local, grass fed beef or vegetarian burgers, all natural grilled chicken, philly cheesesteaks and so much more!  Check out the fresh cut local sweet and white potato fries!  Exceptional salads, Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free menu items.  Catering is also available.

 

Regular Hours

M-F: 8a-3p

Sa-Su: Closed

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Law School
(919) 613-8552

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Cafe at Smith Warehouse

Located in the Smith Warehouse

114 South Buchanan Boulevard

 

Regular Hours

M-F 7:30am - 3:00pm

Divinity Cafe

This “green” environment-friendly eatery serves hot breakfast and lunch with fresh, conventional, vegetarian and Vegan options. Catering also available for large or small events. Also open for dinner for Sundays. 

 

NOW OPEN FOR DINNER MONDAY-THURSDAY!


Regular Hours

M-Th: 8a-8p

F: 8a-5p
Sa: Closed

Su: 11a-3p

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Divinity School

(919) 668-3498

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Dolce Vita

Full Service Coffee Bar serving mostly Organic Fair, Mightly Leaf Tea, sandwiches, salads, wraps and pastries. Brought to you by Sam Clowney and Rob Clay, owners of the Bella Union.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-F: 8a-5p
Sa-Su: Closed

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

French Science

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Food Factory at Devil's Bistro

A prominent feature of Central Campus life is the Mill Village.  This cluster of activity, social, and dining space is located at the intersection of Anderson and Yearby Streets.  It features a study space, an indoor meeting and function space, a outdoor patio, a gym, the Uncle Harry's convenience store, and the new Devil's Bistro restaurant.

 

http://www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/rlhs/resources/mill-village

 

The Food Factory

For lunch, dinner and late night we offer sandwiches, salads, pizza, burgers, grab and go and dinner specials with beer and wine.

 

Regular Hours

M-Th: 4p-12a
F-Su: 11:30a-12a


Credit Cards Accepted

 

Menu

 

1917 Yearby - Central Campus
(919) 660-3753

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Freeman Center for Jewish Life

This mecca of Duke's Jewish life features Henry's Place, a gourmet Kosher kitchen. Dinner is served Monday through Thursday, with special spreads for Friday Shabbat and Jewish holidays, including Passover. Vegetarians and those with dairy allegies are sure to find this location a treat.  

 

Regular Hours

M-Th: 5p-8p
F: 7p-8:30p
Reservations (919) 684-6422
Sa-Su: Closed

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Freeman Center for Jewish Life

 

Freeman Center

(919) 684-0136

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Grace's Cafe

Features authentic Asian cuisine-- everything from pot stickers and General Tso's chicken to egg drop soup and Moo Goo Gai Pan. The menu includes lunch, dinner, and health-conscious specials, as well as a selection of traditional American breakfast and lunch food. 

 

Regular Hours

Su-F: 10a-9p
Sa: Closed

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Grace's Café Menu

 

Trent Hall

(919) 660-3966

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Greek Devil

Serving Greek cuisine on the Penn Pavilion Plaza.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Su: 11a-7:30p

 

No credit cards accepted.

 

BC Plaza
(919) 454-3625

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Joe Van Gogh

Offering freshly roasted coffee, with a menu of classic espresso drinks and high quality coffee from around the world. Also, choose from our selection of local pastries.

 

Regular Hours

M-F: 7:30a-8p
Sa: 9a-5p

Su: Closed

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Menu

Bryan Center
(919) 660-5078

 

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Loop Pizza Grill

Features both thin-crust and authentic Chicago-style deep-dish pizzas, gourmet salads, fresh grilled fish, burgers, soups, desserts, and a “Lite Menu” for customers on vegetarian or health-conscious diets. Don't forget to try the thick milkshakes!

Menu

Bryan Center
660-8888

Regular Hours

M-Su: 11a-1a

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Marketplace (East Campus Union)

The East Campus Union, which opened in 1927, is the center of student life on East Campus. The facility boasts a convenience store, mailboxes, social space and two dining facilities: Trinity Cafe and The Marketplace. 

 

1324 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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McDonald's

Offers a full menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including burgers, salads, and chicken.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Su: 24 Hours

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Bryan Center
(919) 668-2404

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

NOSH @ Jo Rae Cafe

NOSH at Jo Rae Cafe is known for eclectic foodstuffs. This location has an extra focus on healthy, wholesome and nutritious offerings at a student-oriented price and pace.

 

M-F: 7a-3p

 

Look for us on Facebook.

 

8 Searle Center Drive (Trent Semans Center for Health Education), Durham, North Carolina 27710

 

Phone (919) 613-1750

 

Nasher Museum Cafe

This sit-down restaurant serves a variety of locally grown and organic dishes, as well as upscale desserts and cappuccino-style beverages.

 

Lunch Menu

Brunch Menu  S 11a-3p and Su 12p-3p

Thursday Night Menu 

 

Regular Hours

M: Closed

Tu-W:10a-4:30p
Th:10a-8:30p
F-Sa: 10a-4:30p
Su: 12p-4:30p

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Nasher Museum
(919) 684-6032

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Panda Express

We offer traditional Chinese favorites to fresh new taste creations with fresh veggies, unique in-house sauces and 100% soy oil with no MSG.  We are sure you will find something to please.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-SU:11a-10p

 

No Credit Cards Accepted

 

Bryan Center
(919) 660-5080

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Penn Pavilion

The Pavilion is a roughly 8,000 square foot glass enclosure, providing views of the Chapel, the Plaza, the to-be-renovated West Union facade, as well as the Anderson Woods. During West Union renovations (scheduled to be completed in 2015), the Events Pavilion will serve as temporary dining space. Once West Union renovations are completed and dining services return to that building, the Events Pavilion will be opened for event use. The Pavilion can be partitioned to allow for various sizes of functions, programs, fairs and social activities.  

Pitchfork Provisions

Menu

 

McClendon Tower - Level 0
(919) 684-3287

 

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Quenchers

Offers energizing smoothies, fresh-cut exotic fruit, energy bars, nutritional supplements, and trail mixes that compliment your healthy lifestyle. 

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Su: 10a-9p

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Wilson Center
(919) 660-3987

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Red Mango

A new addition to Duke Dining and the Bryan Center Red Mango was voted "Best Smoothie/Frozen Yogurt" and "Top Healthy Options within the Quick Refreshments Chains," by Zagat! 

 

Check us out here!

 

Regular Hours

M-Su 10am - 12pm

 

Bryan Center

Saladelia Cafe @ Sanford

This public-policy-themed eatery serves sandwiches customized to order, fresh salads, gourmet soups, and specialty pastries.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Th: 7:30a-5:30p
F: 7:30a-3p
Sa-Su: Closed

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

 

Sanford Institute of Public Policy
(919) 613-7304

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Saladelia at the Perk

A jewel at the heart of the historic West Campus, this open, glass-walled space has been designed for gathering and studying, reading and writing, conversation and collaboration. The Pavilion is an elegant yet inviting building that is a daily destination for students, faculty and staff as well as a venue for special events. The Pavilion café, Saladelia at the Perk, serves beverages and salads, sandwiches and desserts Monday-Friday and Sunday evening.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Th:7:30a-12a
F: 7:30a-5p
Sa: 12p-6p

Su: 4p-12a

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Bostock Library
(919) 684-2049

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Terrace Cafe

Take a break at the Duke Gardens and enjoy fresh-made sandwiches and salads, ice cream bars, gourmet baked treats, and hot and cold beverages.

 

Regular Hour

M-F:11a-3p

Sa:10a-4p
Su: 12p-4p

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Duke Gardens
(919) 660-3957

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Trinity Cafe

East Campus' very own coffee bar serves gourmet coffees, smoothies, and fresh pastries. Light entrees, including salads, sandwiches, and sushi are also available.


Regular Hours

M-F: 8a-12a
Sa-Su: 12p-12a

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

Menu

 

Trinity Cafe

East Union
(919) 660-3942

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Twinnie's

This Irish pub nestled in Duke's newest Engineering building, CIEMAS, offers hot-out-of-the-oven breakfast pastries, made-to-order sandwiches, and fresh entrée salads in addition to its classic blends of coffee and beer on tap.

 

http://dining.duke.edu/

 

Regular Hours

M-Tu: 8a-6p
W-F: 8a-7p
Sa-Su: Closed

 

Credit Cards Accepted

 

CIEMAS
(919) 660-3944

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

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Housing & Residence Life

Campuses

Central Campus
1700 Pace

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1700 Pace Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1706 Pace

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1706 Pace Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1708 Pace

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1708 Pace Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1712 Pace

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1712 Pace Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

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1809 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1809 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1901 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1901 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1905 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1905 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1907 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1907 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1909 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1909 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1909 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1909 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1911 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1911 Ewin Road

Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1911 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1911 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

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1913 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1913 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1914 Lewis

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1914 Lewis Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1915 Erwin

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1915 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

1915 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

1915 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

201 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

201 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

2011 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

2011 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

2015 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

2015 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

2017 Yearby

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

2017 Yearby Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

202 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

202 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

204 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

204 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

205 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

205 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

205 Oregon

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

205 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

206 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

206 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

206 Oregon

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

206 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

208 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

208 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

209 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

209 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

209 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

209 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

210 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

210 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

215 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

215 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

215 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

215 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

220 Alexander

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

220 Alexander Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

221 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

221 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

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301 Oregon

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

301 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

301 Swift

A 32-unit complex of two-bedroom units, Town House Apartments is located on Swift Avenue, between Central Campus and East Campus. The complex is reserved for graduate and professional students and features an outdoor swimming pool.

 

Swift Avenue
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

302 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

302 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

302 Oregon

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

302 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

304 Anderson

Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

304 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

312 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

312 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

314 Anderson

Central Campus currently provides housing for more than 1,000 students. These apartments include studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units and are fully furnished.

 

314 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Devil's Den

Formerly a sports bar that catered to students, the Kudzu Tavern has been converted to meeting space. Available for dances and other group functions, the multipurpose space at the edge of Central Campus features multiple big-screen TVs, pool tables and a back deck.

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Mill Village

A  prominent feature of Central Campus life is the Mill Village.  This cluster of activity, social, and dining space is located at the intersection of Anderson and Yearby Streets.  It features a study space, an indoor meeting and function space, a outdoor patio, a gym, the Uncle Harry's convenience store, and the The Food Factory at the Devil's Bistro restaurant.

 

http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/dining/venues-and-menus/food-factory-devils-bistro

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

The Food Factory at the Devil's Bistro

http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/dining/venues-and-menus/food-factory-devils-bistro

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

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East Campus
Neighborhood 1
Alspaugh Residence Hall

Built in 1926, Alspaugh residence hall is named for Joseph W. Alspaugh, chairman of the committee that steered Duke through financial straits in teh 1880s.  Alspaugh is home to approximately 125 first-year students.  

 

1344 Campus Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Bassett Residence Hall

Built in 1927, Bassett residence hall is named for history professor John Spencer Bassett, whose controversial views established Trinity College as a leader in its commitment to academic freedom.  Basset is home to approximately 125 first-year students.

 

1332 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Brown Residence Hall

Built in 1927, Brown residence hall is named for Joseph Gill Brown, a trusteee for 34 years.  Brown is home to approximately 125 first-year students. Brown is the primary home for the first-year Wellness Living Learning Community.

 

1328 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

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Pegram Residence Hall

Built in 1926, Pegram residence hall is named for William Howell Pegram, who taught chemistry and other subjects over several decades.  Pegram is home to approximately 125 first-year students.

 

1340 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Neighborhood 2
East Residence Hall

Built in 1911, East Residence Hall is home to approximately 90 first-year students. East Residence Hall is part of the East 2 Neighborhood, along with the neighboring buildings of Epworth, Jarvis, Giles and Wilson.

 

1312 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Epworth Residence Hall

The oldest and smallest residence hall on Duke's East Campus, Epworth is home to 50 residents. Built in 1892, much of Trinity College's early life in Durham centered there.  Epworth is part of the East 2 Neighborhood, along with Aycock, Giles, Jarvis and Wilson residence halls.

 

2 Epworth Lane
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Giles Residence Hall

Built in 1928, Giles is home to approximately 115 first-year students. It is part of the East 2 Neighborhood, along with Aycock, Epworth, Jarvis, and Wilson residence halls.

 

1352 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Jarvis Residence Hall

Built in 1912, Jarvis is home to approximately 90 first-year students. Jarvis is part of the East 2 Neighborhood, along with Aycock, Epworth, Giles, and Wilson residence halls.

 

1360 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wilson Residence Hall

Built in 1927, Wilson residence hall is currently home to approximately 100 first-year students. Wilson is part of the East 2 Neighborhood, along with Aycock, Epworth, Giles and Jarvis residence halls.

 

1320 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Neighborhood 3
Gilbert - Addoms Residence Hall

Built in 1957, Gilbert-Addoms Residence Hall is home to approximately 190 first-year students.  Gilbert-Addoms is home to the GA DownUnder, a large multi-functional area for residents across East Campus.

 

1368 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Southgate Residence Hall

Built in 1921, Southgate residence hall is home to approximately 150 first-year students.

 

1400 West Main Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Neighborhood 4
Bell Tower Residence Hall

East Campus's newest residence hall, Bell Tower Residence Hall was completed for the 2005-06 academic year. The residence hall houses about 140 students and provides a suite for faculty-in-residence.

 

40 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Blackwell Residence Hall

Blackwell is home to approximately 185 first-year students. Built in 1994, the building is named for Blackwell Park, the original Durham County fairground and the eventual home of Trinity College in 1892.

 

51 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Randolph Residence Hall

Randolph Residence Hall is home to approximately 180 first-year students. Built in 1994, the hall is named for Randolph County, North Carolina, the original location of Trinity College. Randolph, along with Bell Tower and Blackwell, are part of the East Neighborhood 4.

 

50 Brodie Gym Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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West Campus
Craven Quad
House A

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House AA

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House B

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House C

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House D

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House E

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House F

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House R

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House S

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House T

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House U

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House V0 & V00

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House W/Y

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House X

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House Z

Opened in 1931, Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, whose 40 years of labors in Randolph County built the base for the present university.  From 1842-82, Craven helped create the first degree-granting teachers college in the South, then transformed it into a liberal arts institution.  Craven is one of six residential quadrangles, or quads, on West Campus. Craven Quad contains Buildings A-F, R-Z, and AA and is home to approximately 430 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

440 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Crowell Quad
House BB

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House CC

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House DD

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House EE

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House G

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House H

Featuring a large clock tower at its entrance, Crowell Quad is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Built in 1930, Crowell Quad was named for John Franklin Crowell, president of Trinity when the school relocated to Durham.  Crowell Quad accommodates just over 350 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

315 Towerview
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Edens Quad
House 1A

Built in 1966, Edens Quad is home to more than 500 upperclassmen in seven separate buildings.  It is named for A. Hollis Edens, president of Duke from 1949-60. 

 

419 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 1B

Built in 1966, Edens Quad is home to more than 500 upperclassmen in seven separate buildings.  It is named for A. Hollis Edens, president of Duke from 1949-60.

 

415 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 1C

Built in 1966, Edens Quad is home to more than 500 upperclassmen in seven separate buildings.  It is named for A. Hollis Edens, president of Duke from 1949-60. 

 

423 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 2A

Built in 1966, Edens Quad is home to more than 500 upperclassmen in seven separate buildings.  It is named for A. Hollis Edens, president of Duke from 1949-60.

 

113 Edens Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 2C

Built in 1966, Edens Quad is home to more than 500 upperclassmen in seven separate buildings.  It is named for A. Hollis Edens, president of Duke from 1949-60.

 

117 Edens Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 3A (Decker Tower)

This residential tower is also known as Edens 3A. Decker Tower opened in 1989.

 

109 Edens Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 3B (Mitchell Tower)

Mitchell Tower is named after Donor Norb F. Schaefer's wife, Carolyn Mitchell Schaefer. Also known as Edens 3B, this building opened in 1989 and is home to the Arts Theme House. 

 

105 Edens Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Few Quad
House FF

Built in 1938, Few Quad is named for William Preston Few, a Shakespearean scholar who served more than 30 years as president.  During Few's administration, Trinity College became Duke University.  The Women's Center is located in 107 Few Federation, across the rose garden from the Allen Building. 

 

420 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House GG

Built in 1938, Few Quad is named for William Preston Few, a Shakespearean scholar who served more than 30 years as president.  During Few's administration, Trinity College became Duke University.  The Women's Center is located in 107 Few Federation, across the rose garden from the Allen Building. 

 

420 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House HH

Built in 1938, Few Quad is named for William Preston Few, a Shakespearean scholar who served more than 30 years as president.  During Few's administration, Trinity College became Duke University.  The Women's Center is located in 107 Few Federation, across the rose garden from the Allen Building. 

 

420 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Keohane Quad
House 4A

Keohane Quad is home to about  500 sophomore, junior, and senior students on Duke’s West Campus. Named after President Nannerl Overholser Keohane, Keohane Quadrangle  is home to McClendon Tower, which has dining, social and study spaces, and the K4 residence hall, which was completed in 2011.  The quad features an enclosed grassy area as well as an adjacent grassy area known as the Keohane Quad Amphitheater.   

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101 Wannamaker Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 4B

Keohane Quad is home to about  500 sophomore, junior, and senior students on Duke’s West Campus. Named after President Nannerl Overholser Keohane, Keohane Quadrangle  is home to McClendon Tower, which has dining, social and study spaces, and the K4 residence hall, which was completed in 2011.  The quad features an enclosed grassy area as well as an adjacent grassy area known as the Keohane Quad Amphitheater.   

 Find out more about Duke's Housing Communities here: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/hdrl/housing-communities

 

101 Wannamaker Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 4D

Keohane Quad is home to about  500 sophomore, junior, and senior students on Duke’s West Campus. Named after President Nannerl Overholser Keohane, Keohane Quadrangle  is home to McClendon Tower, which has dining, social and study spaces, and the K4 residence hall, which was completed in 2011.  The quad features an enclosed grassy area as well as an adjacent grassy area known as the Keohane Quad Amphitheater.   

 Find out more about Duke's Housing Communities here: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/hdrl/housing-communities

 

101 Wannamaker Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House 4E

Opened in January 2012 the fourth wing of Keohane Quad on West Campus contains spacious, lofty living rooms, adjoining kitchens and huge windows.  Natural light illuminates the hallways and a combination of natural wood and exposed pipes add elements of hi-tech architecture throughout.  About 40 percent of the bedrooms are singles, many of which belong to suites and share a common space. There are study rooms with walls to write on and a major new commons area with atrium event space and an outdoor plaza that connects the hall to Edens residences and the renovated McClendon Tower.  House 4E houses 148 students.  

 

427 Towerview Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

 

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Kilgo Quad
House I

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House J

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House K

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House L

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House M

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House N

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House O

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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House P

Built in 1930, Kilgo Quad is named for John Carlisle Kilgo, a popular minister who assumed leadership of Trinity shortly after the school moved to Durham.  One of six residential quadrangles on West Campus, Kilgo is made up of eight individual houses, each labeled respectively from I to P. 

 

104 Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wannamaker
Wannamaker 1

Named for Dean William H. Wannamaker, this quadrangle, or quad, is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Opened in 1958, Wannamaker is home to more than 240 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

102 Wannamaker Fire Ln.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wannamaker 2

Named for Dean William H. Wannamaker, this quadrangle, or quad, is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Opened in 1958, Wannamaker is home to more than 240 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

102 Wannamaker Fire Ln.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wannamaker 3

Named for Dean William H. Wannamaker, this quadrangle, or quad, is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Opened in 1958, Wannamaker is home to more than 240 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

102 Wannamaker Fire Ln.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Wannamaker 4

Named for Dean William H. Wannamaker, this quadrangle, or quad, is one of six residential quads on West Campus. Opened in 1958, Wannamaker is home to more than 240 sophomore, junior and senior students. 

 

102 Wannamaker Fire Ln.
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Living Groups / Communities

First-Year
Performing Arts Community
Performing Arts Community

Neighborhood 1 Pegram

 

The Performing Arts Living/Learning Community at Duke University is a place for first-year students with a shared interest in music, dramatic performance, and artistic expression. The community offers students the opportunity to attend performance events, perform or display artwork, and participate in performance-related community service activities.

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Substance Free Community
Substance Free Community

Neighborhood 2 Jarvis

 

East Campus Substance Free Community

 

The Substance Free Community was created to support students interested in living in a substance-free environment. Additionally, students in Substance Free have the opportunity to participate in experiences to develop habits that support lifelong health and well-being. The community also features extended quiet hours to promote academic study. Substance Free differs from other first-year communities because residents sign a contract pledging to refrain from:

• the use of alcohol,

• being under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, and tobacco, and

• the abuse of prescription medications.

 

Students who do not honor the contract will be relocated to a different community.

 

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Upperclass
Greek Living Groups
Alpha Delta Pi House

Central Campus 1901 Erwin & 1907 Erwin

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

Alpha Epsilon Pi House

Kilgo Quad House I

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

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Alpha Phi House

Central Campus 206 Oregon

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

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Alpha Phi Omega House

Craven Quad House A

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

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Alpha Tau Omega House

Craven Quad Houses T & U (2nd & 3rd floors)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

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Chi Omega House

Central Campus 201 Anderson & 304 Anderson

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

 

Chi Psi House

Edens Quad House 3B (3rd & 4th Floors)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Delta Delta Delta House

Central Campus 209 Anderson

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Delta Gamma House

Centra Campus 1712 Pace

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Delta Kappa Epsilon House

Central Campus 1708 Pace (East face)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Delta Sigma Phi House

Craven Quad House B

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Delta Tau Delta House

Edens Quad House 3A (3rd & 4th floors)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Kappa Alpha House

Central Campus 1905 Erwin & 210 Alexander

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Kappa Alpha Theta House

Central Campus 1700 Pace

 

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Kappa Kappa Gamma House

Central Campus 1915 Erwin

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Multicultural Greek Council House

Central Campus 201 Alexander

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

National Pan-Hellenic Council Commons

Central Campus Mill Village 1923 Yearby

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Phi Delta Theta House

Craven Quad House X

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Pi Beta Phi House

Central Campus 1913 Erwin

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Pi Kappa Alpha House

Craven Quad House F

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Pi Kappa Phi House

Central Campus 220 Alexander

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Psi Upsilon House

Central Campus 2011 Yearby (North face)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon House

Craven Quad Houses W & Y

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Sigma Chi House

Craven Quad Houses VO & VOO

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Sigma Nu House

Central Campus 1809 Erwin & 206 Alexander

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Sigma Phi Epsilon House

Central Campus 1909 & 1911 Yearby

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Sigma Pi House

Edens Quad House 3A (1st & 2nd floors)

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

Zeta Tau Alpha House

Central Campus 202 & 204 Alexander

 

Information about Greek organizations on campus can be found at:

 

https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/greek/chapters-organizations-councils

 

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Independent Houses
Avalon House

Kilgo Quad Houses O & P

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Banham House

Edens Quad House 1B

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Bastille House

Edens Quad House 2C Lower (1st & 2nd floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Bel Air House

Edens Quad House 1A

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Blue Ridge House

Keohane Quad House 4B Upper (4th, 5th, & 6th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Farquaad House

Edens Quad House 2C Upper (3rd & 4th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Gates House

Crowell Quad House H

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Griffin House

Crowell Quad House G

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Hart House

Crowell Quad House CC

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

House C

Craven Quad House C

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Houses AA & Z

Craven Quad House AA and House Z

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Hun House

Few Quad House GG Upper (3rd, 4th, & 5th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Khaya House

Edens Quad House 2A

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Magnolia Commons House

Crowell Quad House BB

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Marquis House

Kilgo Quad Houses K & L

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Meridian House

Kilgo Quad Houses M & N 

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Montauk House

Few Quad House HH Upper (2nd & 3rd floors)

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Mt. Olympus House

Edens Quad House 1C Upper (3rd & 4th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Narnia House

Central Campus 312 Anderson

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Oregon House

Central Campus 205, 301, & 302 Oregon

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Oz House

Keohane Quad House 4E Upper (3rd, 4th, & 5th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Pride Rock House

Few Quad House GG Lower (GG 0 & 1st floors, HH 1st floor)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Sherwood House

Craven Quad House D

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Sierra House

Central Campus 1914 Lewis & 2015 Yearby (South face)

Gender neutral living option

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

Skylar House

Keohane Quad House 4B 3rd floor

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Stark Tower House

Wannamaker Quad Houses 1, 3 & 4

Substance free living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Styron House

Few Quad House HH  (0 & 1st floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

The Rabbit Hole House

Central Campus 215 & 221 Anderson

Gender neutral living option

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

The Shire House

Keohane Quad House 4A

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Tortuga House

Craven Quad Houses R & S

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Windsor House

Keohane Quad House 4E Lower (1st & 2nd floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

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Lifestyle Communities
Avalon House

Kilgo Quad Houses O & P

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Meridian House

Kilgo Quad Houses M & N 

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Montauk House

Few Quad House HH Upper (2nd & 3rd floors)

Gender neutral living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Sierra House

Central Campus 1914 Lewis & 2015 Yearby (South face)

Gender neutral living option

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

Stark Tower House

Wannamaker Quad Houses 1, 3 & 4

Substance free living option

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

The Rabbit Hole House

Central Campus 215 & 221 Anderson

Gender neutral living option

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

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Living Learning Communities
Baldwin Scholars

Few Quad House FF (1st & 2nd floors)

 

Additional information about Baldwin Scholars can be found at:

 

http://baldwinscholars.duke.edu/

SmartHome

Central Campus 1404 Faber

 

Additional information about the SmartHome can be found at:

 

http://smarthome.duke.edu/

Wellness Community

Wannamaker Quad House 2 

 

Additional information about the Wellness Community on West can be found at:

 

http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/hdrl/housing-communities/west-campus/wellness-west

Women's Housing Option

Few Quad House FF (3rd, 4th, & 5th floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

 

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Selective Living Groups
Arts Theme House

Edens 3B 2nd floor

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Black Cultural Living Group House

Central Campus 2015 Yearby (North face)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Brownstone House

Kilgo Quad House J

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Cooper House

Crowell Quad House EE

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Fusion House

Edens Quad House 1C (1st & 2nd floors)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Jam! House

Central Campus 1915 Yearby

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

LangDorm House

Keohane Quad House 4B (2nd floor)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

MUNDI House

2011 Yearby (South face)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Maxwell House

Keohane Quad House 4D

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Mirecourt House

Craven Quad House E

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Nexus House

Central Campus 1911 Erwin

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Roundtable House

Few Quad House GG (2nd floor)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

TheCube

Central Campus 205 Alexander

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Ubuntu House

Central Campus 209 & 215 Alexander & 1708 Pace (West face)

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

Wayne Manor House

Crowell Quad House DD

 

Additional information about on campus houses and communities can be found at:

 

http://duke.collegiatelink.net/Organizations

 

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Offices

Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs for Housing, Dining and Residence Life

Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs for Housing, Dining and Residence Life   

Bryan Center

Center for Leadership Development and Social Action

420 Chapel Drive

FF 107 Few Quad

Durham, NC 27708

Central Campus HDRL Office

Central Campus 217 Anderson Street

Duke EMS

Central Campus 301 Swift Avenue Apt 3

 

Duke Police Substation East Campus

Neighborhood 4 Bell Tower Room 122

East Campus HDRL Office

Neighborhood 1 Brown Union Arcade

 

HDRL Administration and Finance

Central Campus 218-B Alexander Avenue

HDRL Facilities

Central Campus 218-E Alexander Avenue

 

Housing Assignments and Community Housing

Central Campus 218-C Alexander Avenue

 

McClendon Tower

Keohane Quad

Student Affairs IT

Central Campus 301 Swift Apt 1

The Oasis

East Campus Neighborhood 4 Bell Tower Room 109

The Women's Center

Crowell Hall - 10 Epworth Lane

East Campus, Duke University

Durham, NC 27708

West Campus HDRL Office

Craven Quad Building D Room 101R

 

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Interests & Services

Academic Advising Center

The Academic Advising Center is home to all undergraduate programs that aim to help students achieve academic success in their undergraduate careers. 

 

4 East Campus Union Drive
Durham, NC 27708


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Bryan University Center

Bryan University Center, which opened in 1982, houses the University Store, the Gothic Bookshop, five dining facilities, film and performing art theaters, the University Box Office, the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, a post office, ATMs and broadcast studio. The Information Desk in the Bryan University Center is open daily for the Duke Community and campus visitors. Friendly people, campus maps, and information about Duke and Durham are just a few of the services provided.

 

Forty-five solar thermal panels on the roof of the Bryan University Center heat 30-40% of the building's hot water. 

 

125 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Central Campus Housing Office

Residents of Central Campus pick up and turn in their apartment and mailbox keys at this location. Maintenance and housekeeping services can be contacted through this office.

 

217 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Copying & Digital Printing

Offering a wide range of services, the office has partnered with IKON Management Services to provide copy and digital printing services. Some services include digital printing, photocopying, large format color prints, scanning, variable data printing, banners, mounting, and finishing. 

 

3540 Kangaroo Drive
Durham, NC 27708


Not ADA Accessible

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

DuWell

The Duke Student Wellness Center is dedicated to fostering a living/learning environment on campus and within the surrounding community that encourages the full development of the individual as an engaged member of the community.

Our Mission
The mission of the Duke Student Wellness Center (DUWELL) is to promote the well-being of the Duke Community.

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40 Brodie Gym Drive

Bell Tower 109

Box 90944

Durham, NC 27708

 

 

Duke Photography

http://www.dukephoto.duke.edu/

 

615 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Duke University Police

Opened in 1995, the brick building on Central Campus serves as the headquarters for the 146-member Duke University Police Department, which provides round-the-clock police and security to the academic campus, medical center complex, 7,000-acre research forest and satellite facilities throughout North Carolina.

 

502 Oregon Street
Durham, NC 27705


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

DukeCard Office

The DukeCard office is located at 012 Telcom Building (rear entrance) off Research Drive. 

http://dukecard.duke.edu/index.php

DukeCard Office - Medical Center

The DukeCard Medical Center office is located in the Red Zone of the Duke Clinics Building. 

http://dukecard.duke.edu/index.php

 

Multimedia Project Studio East (MPS East)

The Multimedia Project Studio includes two multimedia production facilities for Duke students, faculty and staff. East Campus branch is located in 115 Lilly Library.

 

Both labs feature high-end, integrated hardware and software that encourage imaginative creation and editing of graphics, Web pages, audio and video. Production tools include industry standard software.

http://oit.duke.edu/comp-print/labs/mps/index.php

 

Multimedia Project Studio West (MPS West)

The Multimedia Project Studio includes two multimedia production facilities for Duke students, faculty and staff. West Campus branch is located in 006 Bostock Library.

 

Both labs feature high-end, integrated hardware and software that encourage imaginative creation and editing of graphics, Web pages, audio and video. Production tools include industry standard software.

http://oit.duke.edu/comp-print/labs/mps/index.php

 

Office of News and Communications

 

 

614 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


Not ADA Accessible

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Trinity Technology Services

This former faculty home currently houses Trinity Technology Services. The Office of Technology Services is responsible for implementing and supporting technology for the faculty, staff, and students of Trinity College of Arts & Sciences. The technology services provided support the academic mission of Trinity College and Duke University. 

 

http://trinity.duke.edu/technology

 

2122 Campus Dr

Durham, NC 27705


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

West Campus Union Building

Completed in 1931, the West Campus Union is situated across from Perkins Library in the quad fronting Duke Chapel. It was designed as the social center of West Campus.  

 

416 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708


ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

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Campus Statues

Benjamin N. Duke Statue

Benjamin Newton Duke, tobacco and textile entrepreneur and philanthropist, was the primary benefactor of Trinity College after it relocated to Durham in 1892. He also was the principal link between the Duke family and the college and university until his death in 1929.  On October 2, 1999 a statue of Benjamin Duke was unveiled on the University's East Campus.

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

James B. Duke Statue

In West Campus, James B. Duke, son of Washington Duke and creator of The Duke Endowment and founder of Duke University, is memorialized larger than life by Charles Keck. Keck also carved the three Duke marble sarcophagi in the Memorial Chapel and the nearby bronze statue to the three Presidents of the United States from North Carolina in the Capitol Square in Raleigh.

 

Campus Statuary Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Sower Statue

The Trinity Chronicle in November, 1914 announced that a bronze figure representing The Sower had recently been placed on campus as a gift of Mr. James B. Duke. Of all the statuary on campus that of the Sower, observable on the lawn between the entrance to East Campus and the East Duke building, is the only one not depicting a member of the Duke family or an historical figure of the college or university.

 

More Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

The Scientist and Nature Statue

The bronze duo, The Scientist and Nature, was commissioned by Stephen A. Wainwright, James B, Duke Professor of Zoology emeritus, and his wife, Ruth, (For years, Wainwright co- ordinated a series of seminars around the theme "Structures" for Duke's freshman Focus program).  One of our nation's most prominent animal physiologists, Knut Schmidt-Nielsen, Schmidt- Nielsen, cast in bronze, stands observing and questioning the camel just as astutely as the camel observes him. It is both a tribute to a remarkable scientist and a statement about: science in general, "The scientific quest is a voyage of self-exploration," says Wainwright. "By asking questions about the animals around us, we learn more about who we are."

 

Curiosity and the Camel

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Washington Duke Statue

Washington Duke who began the family's tie to Trinity College with a donation of money for buildings and endowment in 1890 is memorialized by a unique seated statue on East Campus. After Duke's death in 1905 a spontaneous movement developed among friends to honor him. Organizers from Richmond, Virginia signed a curiously worded contract for "a seated bronze statue, size as if standing 7 feet" with native sculptor Edward Virginius Valentine. Known as "the South's greatest sculptor," Valentine then sixty-seven years old, had studied abroad in Paris, Florence and Berlin.

 

Campus Statuary Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

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Duke Stores

Barber Shop

Basement of West Union Building
Tel: (919) 684-3909
http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/barbershop/index.php
Employs three barbers and two hair stylists who offer quality service at affordable prices. Clients can choose from a variety of options that include cut, style, shampoo, blow dry, and perms. Carries a variety of hair care products. Accepts both appointments and walk-ins.

Bryan Center Lobby Shop

Bryan University Center

Tel: (919) 684-2179

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/food/lobby_shop.php

Serves the West Campus community.  Offers a wide range of convenience store items including various prepackaged foods and bulk candy.

 

Computer Repair

3523 Hillsborough Road
Tel: (919) 684-6760

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/cpufix/

Offers warranty and non-warranty repair services for Duke departments, employees, and students.

 

Duke Team Store

Duke™ Team Store
Room 104, Card Gym

Tel: (919) 684-1347

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/retail/teamstore/

Offers complete selection of Duke Licensed Nike apparel and hats along with a variety of gifts and collectables.

 

Duke Technology Center

Bryan University Center
Tel: (919) 684-8956

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/cpustore/

Provides all computer hardware and software technology needs for the University community and the Medical Center.  Online ordering available.

 

East Campus Store

East Union Building

Tel: (919) 684-3473

 

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/food/east_campus.php

 

Serves the residents on East Campus. Offers an expanded line of convenience store items, as well as a large selection of frozen foods.  Carries a selection of Duke clothing and memorabilia.

 

Gothic Bookshop

Bryan University Center
Tel: (919) 684-3986

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/gothic.php

Provides scholarly, reference, computer and general titles to the Duke University Community. Processes special orders on nearly any book in print in the U.S. and abroad at no extra charge.  Online ordering available.

 

Medical Center Bookstore

Duke Clinic, Lower Level
200 Trent Drive
Room 0001
Tel: (919) 684-2717

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/medical.php

Provides medical reference books, textbooks, electronic products and instruments for Duke Medical Center students, faculty and staff.   Stocks supplementary course materials, and offers binding service for theses, periodicals and books. Offers a variety of Duke memorabilia, medical uniforms, scrubs, greeting cards, office supplies and other general merchandise.  Online ordering available.

 

Nasher Museum Store

Nasher Museum Store
2001 Campus Drive
Tel: (919) 684-5017

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/retail/nasherstore/

Offers a wide variety of gift items related to contemporary art and design, including books, jewelry, tableware, Nasher logo merchandise, toys, personal accessories and more.  Online ordering available.

 

Office Products & Services

3540 Kangaroo Drive
Includes:

Copier Leasing & Midrange Copier Program

Tel: (919) 684-6746

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/ops/copier_leasing.php

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/ops/public_copiers.php

Provides copier equipment and service through contracts with IKON, Xerox, and Sharp USA.  Installs and maintains public copiers throughout campus and the Medical Center.

 

Fax/Office Machine Program

Tel: (919) 684-6746

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/ops/fax_services.php

Repairs and sells small office equipment (adding machines, facsimile machines, etc.) and coordinates service contracts through local vendors.

 

Copy Center  & Digital Printing

Tel: (919) 382-7020

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/ops/cc/

Offers full copy services, binding services and full-color copy production through a contract with Large and Small Graphics (LSG).  Offers design services for custom documents and publications.

 

Provisions

at  Duke Integrative Medicine

3475 Erwin Road

Tel: (919) 684-8846

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/retail/provisions/

Offers specialized products chosen by the physicians and therapists at Duke Integrative Medicine including vitamins, supplements, books, cd’s and dvd’s, traditional Chinese medicine products, and yoga and meditation products.  Also carries a line of unique gift items.  Online ordering available.

 

Terrace Shop

Doris Duke Center
Tel: (919) 684-9037

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/retail/terraceshop/

Full service gift shop with an emphasis on garden related merchandise.  Offers line of Sarah P. Duke Gardens clothing.

 

Textbook Store

Bryan University Center
Tel: (919) 684-6793

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/textbook.php

Complete selection of new and used course materials for undergraduate, law, and business courses at Duke. Also stocks supplementary course materials and study aids, and offers a binding service for theses, periodicals, and books.  Online ordering available.

 

Uncle Harry's

Central Campus
Tel: (919) 684-3808

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/food/uncle_harrys.php

Serves the residents on Central Campus. Offers a complete line of grocery and specialty items as well as clothing, greeting cards, and school supplies.

 

University Store

Bryan University Center
Tel: (919) 684-2344

http://www.dukestores.duke.edu/retail/universitystore/

Offers a complete line of gifts, clothing, electronics, school and office supplies, Duke memorabilia, greeting cards, graduation announcements, and academic regalia.  Provides free same day delivery service on select items to departments located on Duke's main campus.  Offers a Custom Orders Department to help University and Medical Center departments and student organizations purchase high quality, custom merchandise at competitive prices.  Online ordering available.

 

eSTORE

3523 Hillsborough Road
Tel: (919) 383-5209

http://www.shopdukestores.duke.edu/

Maintains a complete line of Duke clothing and memorabilia offered online and by mail.

 

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Highlighted Locations

Cameron Indoor Stadium

Many sports enthusiasts consider Cameron Indoor Stadium, built in 1940, a basketball shrine. The Blue Devils men's and women's basketball teams benefit from Cameron's intimate seating arrangements for slightly more than 9,000 fans, including bleacher-style seats alongside the court reserved for students (who are nicknamed the Cameron Crazies).

 

115 Whitford Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Duke Campus Farm

The Duke Campus Farm is a long-term project to construct a fully functional and educational farm. The farm aspires to engage students with food issues, increase sustainability at Duke, and influence campus culture to reconnect students with their food. All of our fruits and vegetables are served in Duke dining halls run by Bon Appétit, including The Great Hall and The Marketplace.  Through community workdays, workshops and other events on the site, the farm provides a place where students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to learn about food and farming.

Duke Chapel

Duke Chapel, at the top of Chapel Drive on West Campus, is considered to be one of the last great examples of the Collegiate Gothic architectural style in the United States.  Opened in 1932, it has a 210-foot-high tower, a 50-bell carillon, 77 stained glass windows, three pipe organs and seating for 1,600 people.

 

http://www.chapel.duke.edu/

 

401 Chapel Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Duke Farmer's Market

Duke Farmer's Market, at the Duke Medicine Pavilion Greenway (on the patio area outside of Trent Semans Center), features about a dozen local farmers and vendors selling a variety of fresh produce, healthy baked goods and more.

 

Duke Forest

The Duke Forest comprises 7,060 acres of land in Durham, Orange and Alamance counties and has been managed for research and teaching purposes since 1931. The mission of the Forest is to facilitate research that addresses fundamental and applied questions concerning forested and aquatic ecosystems and to aid in the instruction of students so that they will be informed citizens and effective stewards of our natural resources. In addition to supporting education at local universities, the Forest also participates in community outreach through tours and other events.

 

Duke Forest Website

 

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Duke Immersive Virtual Environment

The Duke immersive Virtual Environment (DiVE) is a 6-sided virtual reality theater.   All six surfaces – the four walls, the ceiling and the floor – are used as screens onto which computer graphics are displayed. For virtual worlds designed for this system, it is a fully immersive room in which the individual (researcher, educator, etc) literally walks into the world, is surrounded by the display and is capable of interacting with virtual objects in the world. Stereo glasses provide depth perception, and a handheld “wand” controls navigation and input to into the world for manipulating virtual objects. 

 

The DiVE is located in room 1617A CIMAS/Fitzpatrick Center.  Engineering Quad, West Campus

 

DiVE Website

 

 

 

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Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Durham Bulls Athletic Park is located in downtown Durham and can be accessed from the Durham Freeway. The ballpark reflects many characteristics of old-time parks and the historic downtown Durham architecture. A 32-foot-high wall stands in left field 305 feet from home plate, resembling Fenway Park’s Green Monster. The Blue Monster, as it’s called in Durham, contains a similar old-style manual scoreboard. The ballpark’s most distinctive feature is the Bull that stands tall above the Blue Monster. This Bull was modeled after the bull used in the 1988 film, Bull Durham. The actual Bull from the the movie is hung in the concourse level of the DBAP.

 

Durham Bulls Website

 

409 Blackwell St.

Durham, NC  27701

 

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East Campus Gazebo

The East Campus Gazebo is located towards the front entrance of the East Campus. The Gazebo itself is a small structure which sits on the Gazebo lawn, a beautiful expanse of lawn dappled with magnolia trees.

Home Depot Smart House

The Duke Smart House was completed in 2006 and is a 6000-square-foot residence and live-in research laboratory for 10 undergraduates. Overseen by Duke‘s Pratt School of Engineering, the Smart House provides hands-on engineering practice and helps test future residential building technology.

 

The Smart House was the first LEED™ Platinum certified dormitory in the country.  It includes a green roof, a rainwater reclamation system, and 3 kW of solar photovoltaic panels. 

 

The Duke Community Garden, located next to the Home Depot Smart House, provides educational and recreational gardening opportunities to students, faculty, and staff.

 

1402 Faber Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Lemur Center

The Duke University Lemur Center was established in 1966. The center, located about two miles northwest of campus on the edge of Duke Forest, is home to 15 different endangered lemur species and six other prosimian species.

 

The Lemur Center earned LEED™ Silver Certification for its ample open space, highly reflective rooftop, and features that encourage sustainable commuting. 

 

http://lemur.duke.edu/

 

350 Lemur Lane
Durham, NC 27708


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Parking and Transportation Services
Duke University Parking and Transportation Services is located in the ground level of the Science Drive Garage, 302 Science Drive.

Daily visitors should enter the garage from the Thomas Center driveway, located off Science Drive, and pull a ticket from the dispenser.  Patrons attending athletic and other major events should enter from Highway 751. 

Office hours are  9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

(919) 684-PARK (-7275)

http://parking.duke.edu 
Sarah P. Duke Gardens

The stunning, 55-acre Sarah P. Duke Gardens are located in the heart of West Campus and are recognized as one of the finest public gardens in the country. Breathtaking and relaxing any time of year, the Gardens boast rose and iris gardens, an Asiatic arboretum, a wisteria pergola, and expansive lawns that are perfect for studying, reading, or simply sprawling on a blanket in the sun.  Five miles of shaded, winding pathways provide a great respite as well as a chance to study many native plants and trees.

 

http://gardens.duke.edu

 

420 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27708

 

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The Link

The Link is an expansive and flexible campus facility offering innovative spatial and technological approaches to teaching and learning. Located on the airy lower level of Perkins Library, The Link is open for use when the library is open.  The Link is located in Perkins Library on Lower Level 1. If you enter Perkins from the Perkins - Bostock entryway and go down the staircase, the Link will be on your right.

 

The Link Website

 

411 Chapel Drive

Durham, NC  27708

 

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The Plaza

The 40,000-square-foot West Campus Plaza  is located between the Bryan University Center and West Campus Union. Designed to accommodate various types and sizes of activities, the plaza features both fixed and moveable furniture, a main stage for the arts, as well as performance space, dining areas, and small and large group "gathering nodes."  The plaza's primary function is to provide outdoor space for interaction among members of the Duke community.

Undergraduate Admissions

Built in 1930, the Undergraduate Admissions building was the first house erected on Campus Drive. Located on the Campus Drive traffic circle, the building is often the first stop for prospective students and their families.   

 

http://www.admissions.duke.edu/

 

2138 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708


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Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club

Located on the edge of campus, the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club features a four-diamond hotel and restaurant, meeting and ballroom facilities. An expansion, completed in 2005, added 100 rooms, a conference center, a fitness center, a driving range and a new golf facility for the Duke men's and women's golf teams.

 

http://www.washingtondukeinn.com/

 

3001 Cameron Boulevard
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Libraries

Bostock Library

The Bostock Library which opened in October 2005 comprises five floors of services and collections configured to create an environment conducive to study, learning and research.  Special features include the two-story Carpenter Reading Room, the Center for Instructional Technology, wireless and high-speed Internet access throughout the building, spectacular views of the Duke Chapel, and adjacency to both Duke’s expanding science and engineering complex and the West Campus quad.

 

http://library.duke.edu/

 

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Divinity School: Library

Located on the first floor of the Gray building, the Divinity School Library serves the Divinity School as well as the wider university and scholarly community. With collections covering the spectrum of world religions, it offers particular depth in Christianity and Judaism.  

 

http://library.duke.edu/divinity/index.html

 

407 Chapel Drive

Durham, NC  27708-0972

 

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Ford Business Library

The Ford Library is located on Level 2 of Breeden Hall of the Fuqua School of Business.  The library provides reference materials and on-line resources that focus on business and general business management issues.  

 

http://library.fuqua.duke.edu/index.html

 

100 Fuqua Drive Ford Library

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Goodson Law Library

The Goodson Law Library occupies space on all four floors of the Law School building, with the entrance located on Level 3.  It comprises one-half of the Duke Law School Information Services team (DLSIS), which also includes the Law School's Academic Technologies department. This close relationship is reflected in the unified service desk on Level 3, where library users receive streamlined, one-stop assistance from highly knowledgeable and skilled staff.

 

http://www.law.duke.edu/lib/index

 

210 Science Drive, Durham

NC 27708-0361

 

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Library Service Center

Duke University’s Library Service Center (LSC) is a state-of-the-art high density library repository designed to maintain optimal levels and give materials longer lives.  The center supports the ever expanding growth of the Libraries various collections.  The center is conveniently located a short drive from the main campus off Hwy. 147 and I-40. The Library Service Center has a robust document delivery service available for all circulating material, to include electronic delivery.  Requested material is retrieved and delivered within 24 hours Monday through Saturday morning.  Scholars are welcome to conduct research in the Center’s Reading Room.

 

http://library.duke.edu/about/depts/lsc/index.html

 

5 Anson St., Durham

NC  27703

 

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Lilly Library

Built in 1927, Lilly Library provides reference materials and online resources for first-year students. Houses the university's principal collection of art and art history materials. Served as Duke's art museum from 1927-69.

 

http://library.duke.edu/lilly/

 

1348 Campus Drive

Durham, NC 27708

 

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Music Library

Located in the Biddle Music building, the Music Library is generally intended for teaching and research in the areas of musicology, historical performance practice, and composition. 

 

http://library.duke.edu/music/

 

113 Biddle Music Building

Durham, NC  27708

 

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Perkins Library

As the largest campus library, Perkins Library is the core of the university library system, containing six floors of collections, study spaces, and library services. The Link, an innovative teaching and learning space, is located on Lower Level 1. The Data & GIS Services Center is located on Level 2. The Perkins Library eatery, also known as The Perk, is housed in the Karl and Mary Ellen von der Heyden Pavilion. 

 

Perkins Library earned LEED™ Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2005.

 

http://library.duke.edu/

 

411 Chapel Drive
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library

The David M. Rubenstein Library holds rare books, manuscripts, audio recordings, moving images, artifacts, digital files, and other materials that together document over 20 centuries of human history. Housed here are the University Archives, Rare Book Room and Gothic Reading Room. The Rubenstein Library is scheduled to be renovated between 2012 and 2015. Please see the library renovation website for details: http://blogs.library.duke.edu/renovation/

 

 

103 Perkins Library

Durham, NC  27708-0185

 

919-660-5822

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Medical

Albert Eye Research Institute

This $24 million institute, which opened in 2004 and is located next to the Duke Eye Center on Erwin Road, provides space to house additional ophthalmology investigators and state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment. 

 

2351 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Baker House, Duke Clinic

Opened in 1932 and named after Bessie Baker, the first dean of nursing at Duke Hospital, Baker House is contiguous with Duke Clinic and houses various clinics, diagnostic, treatment and support services including Plastic Surgery, Speech and Hearing, Oral Surgery and departmental administrative offices.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Brain Imaging and Analysis Center

The Brain Imaging and Analysis Center (BIAC) brings together scientists from Duke and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill to find interdisciplinary solutions to fundamental research questions about the human brain. 

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Bryan Research Building

Opened in 1990, the Bryan Research Building is where researchers explore how the brain works. This building is near the northeast corner of Research and Sciences drives.  

 

311 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Cancer Center

The Duke Cancer Center is a state-of-the-art outpatient facility, where patients can receive the most advanced multi-disciplinary care from teams of specialists in a comfortable, healing environment. Housed within the center are a vast array of cancer services including imaging, radiation oncology, infusion, pharmacy, support services as well as amenities including a resource center, quiet room, boutique, rooftop garden and cafe.

 

The Duke Cancer Center earned LEED™ Gold Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2012.

 

20 Duke Medicine Circle

Durham, NC

 

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Cancer Center Isolation Facility

Cancer Center Isolation Facility (CCIF) is a special containment facility for cancer research. The CCIF is part of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, established in 1972, as a federally designated center to fight the disease.

 

15 Genome Ct.
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Center for Integrative Medicine

Duke Integrative Medicine is committed to transforming the way healthcare is delivered in the 21st century. Our expert providers integrate the best of Western scientific medicine with proven complementary therapies to address the whole person--body, mind, spirit, and community.  Our innovative model of care--including primary care, physician consultations, health coaching, annual membership, and a broad array of clinical services, classes, workshops, and trainings--is focused on healing and provides personalized, comprehensive support across time.

 

 The Center for Integrative Medicine earned LEED™ Certification in 2006.


 

10 Center for Living Dr
Durham, NC 27705

Center for Living Campus

The 26-acre campus, which opened in 1991 off Erwin Road, is home to several buildings, including the Sarah Stedman Nutrition Center, the PepsiCo Fitness Center, Duke Center for Integrative Medicine and the Duke Aesthetics Center.

 

3475 Erwin Rd

Durham, NC 27705

 

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Child Guidance Clinic

The Child Guidance Clinic (CGC) provides government and community-service supported clinical services for children and families.

 

411 Trent Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Christine Siegler Pearson Building

The Duke University School of Nursing provides leadership in the health care of people through education, research, and health care delivery.

 

http://nursing.duke.edu/

 

307 Trent Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Civitan Building

The Civitan Building houses the Duke Addictions Program and much of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science clinical services.

 

2213 Elba Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Clinical Research II, Duke Clinic

The Hypobaric and Hyperbaric Center labs, used for research, treatment and training involving hyperbaric and hypobaric exposure and simulation, occupy about 12,000 square feet of space.  

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle

Durham, NC 27705

 

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Clinical and Research Laboratory

Home to research laboratories and offices.

 

213 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Davison Building, Duke Clinic

Named for the first dean of the Duke School of Medicine, the Davison Building was designed to open onto the university's academic quad to demonstrate its integral connection with the rest of the campus. 

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Diagnostic & Treatment #3, Duke Clinic

Opened in 1962, this building contains clinics, diagnostic, treatment, and support services, departmental research laboratories and offices.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Dialysis Center

Located about one mile from the Medical Center complex along Erwin Road, the Dialysis Center is an outpatient facility administered in conjunction with the inpatient dialysis at Duke Hospital.

 

1306 Morreene Road
Durham, NC 27708

 

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Duke Hospital Bed Towers

The three patient care towers, completed in 1980, contain inpatient units for medicine, surgery, pediatrics and obstetrics/gynecology. 

 

http://www.dukehealth.org/locations/duke_hospital/location_details

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Duke Hospital, Ancillary

North Ancillary, part of Duke University Hospital, is a full-service hospital with about 1,000 beds, regular and intensive care inpatient units, a regional emergency/trauma center and a pediatric health center.

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Duke Medicine Pavilion

The Duke Medicine Pavilion, a major expansion of Duke University Hospital, adds 16 new operating suites and 160 critical care and intermediate beds.

The steel-and-glass building offers a new surgical platform and improved patient amenities.

 

The Duke Medical Pavilion is LEED™ Silver Certified.

 

10 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

Duke Psychiatry

The Duke Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has shaped the way mental health care is practiced today.

Our physicians and practitioners are renowned for their treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, as well as their clinical expertise in areas such as child mental health treatment and medical psychology. The high quality of Duke Medicine’s mental health practitioners and services is complemented by the superior level of care and consideration we given to each patient.

 

718 Rutherford Street
Durham, NC 27705


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Duke Raleigh Hospital

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Duke Regional Hospital

The 369-bed acute care hospital has been serving the health care needs of Durham, Orange, and surrounding counties for 35 years.

 

As a comprehensive health care facility, Duke Regional Hospital provides inpatient, outpatient, surgical, and emergency care and features a level II special care nursery, Durham Rehabilitation Institute, and the Davis Ambulatory Surgical Center.

 

Built on the tradition of caring of its predecessor hospitals -- Lincoln and Watts -- Duke Regional Hospital is proud to be a part of Duke Medicine and remains dedicated to providing the exceptional medical care with the personal touch and convenience only a community hospital can offer.

 

3643 North Roxboro Road
Durham, N.C. 27704

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E.A. Morris (Clinical Research III), Duke Clinic

Built in 1976, cancer patients make more than 80,000 visits each year to the Morris Cancer Clinics for treatment or follow-up care.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

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E.A. Stead (Clinical Research I), Duke Clinic

Opened in 1963, the Stead Building is contiguous with Duke Clinic and houses departmental research laboratories and offices.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

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E.W. Busse Building, Duke Clinic

Dr. Ewald W. "Bud" Busse, associate provost emeritus and dean of Medical and Allied Health Education at Duke University from 1974-82, was one of the world's foremost authorities on human aging and a founder of the field of geriatric psychiatry. Duke honored him in 1985 by naming this building in his honor on the medical center campus.

 

40 Duke Medicine Cir

Durham, NC 27705

 

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Edwin L. Jones Building

The Edwin L. Jones Cancer Research Building is part of the Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center, established in 1972 as one of the first federally designated centers offering a multidisciplinary approach to the disease. 

 

207 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Elizabeth C. Clipp Research Building

The School of Nursing research programs are housed in the 9,000-square-foot Elizabeth C. Clipp Research Building, which contains a variety of dedicated spaces for research management and is headquarters for the School of Nursing Center for Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.

 

311 Trent Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Genome Science Research Building II

The four-story, 122,000-square-foot building houses investigators from across the campus who are utilizing model organisms to explore and inform biology and health. 

 

210 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Global Health Research Building

The Global Health Research Building houses medical research facilities. 

 

909 S. LaSalle Street
Durham, NC 27701

 

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Hanes House

The Elizabeth P. Hanes House, originally a dormitory and teaching facility for nursing students, was constructed in 1952. It currently houses the Department of Community & Family Medicine, the Duke Area Health Education Center and other medical center offices.  

 

315 Trent Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Hudson Eye Building

At the Duke University Eye Center, doctors treat unusual eye diseases and perform a variety of complex surgical procedures. The center, opened in 1973, also provides general ophthalmologic care to more than 37,000 patients a year. 

 

http://www.dukehealth.org/eye_center/

 

2351 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Legacy Tower

Legacy Tower, which was formerly the NC Mutual Life building, houses the Duke’s Center for Child and Family Health, Department of Community and Family Medicine and Department of Psychiatry. It is located down the street from the American Tobacco Campus.

Lenox Baker Annex

Opened in 1950 as the North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Hospital and later renamed for Duke‘s first medical student, Lenox Baker Hospital provides outpatient services for children and adults.  

 

3040 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Lenox Baker Hospital

Opened in 1950 as the North Carolina Cerebral Palsy Hospital and later renamed for Duke's first medical student, Lenox Baker Hospital provides outpatient services for children and adults. 

 

3000 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Magnetic Resonance #1, Duke Hospital

The Duke Center for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging opened September 1, 2001. Among the first dedicated cardiovascular MRI centers in the country, it has established one on the nation's first cardiac MRI fellowship training programs.

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Magnetic Resonance #2, Duke Hospital

The Duke Center for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging opened in 2001. Among the first dedicated cardiovascular MRI centers in the country, it has established one on the nation's first cardiac MRI fellowship training programs.

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Magnetic Resonance #3, Duke Hospital

The Duke Center for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging opened in 2001. Among the first dedicated cardiovascular MRI centers in the country, it has established one on the nation's first cardiac MRI fellowship training programs.

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education

The Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education (formerly known as The School of Medicine Learning Center) will establish the first new home for medical student education since classes began in the Davison Building in 1930, and will provide students with the latest in educational technologies and a team-based learning design.

 

8 Searle Ctr Drive

Durham, NC 27705

 

The Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education earned LEED™ Gold Certification recognizing sustainable features and design in 2013.


McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center

Opened in 2000, the five-story Duke Children's Hospital brings more than 25 pediatric subspecialties together in one family- and child-friendly setting. 

 

2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Medical School Core Lab

Approximately 38,000 net square feet, the facility contains conventional animal housing, a veterinary treatment room, and related service areas.

 

9 Genome Ct.
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Medical Sciences Research Building

The four-story MSRB opened in 1994 to provide more clinical research space on campus. Scientists here conduct research into gene therapy technology to fight cancer and AIDS, into organ transplantation, and into other areas of science. 

 

203 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

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Medical Sciences Research Building II

This 165,000 square-foot building houses research space for the Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Stedman Nutrition Center, and the departments of Surgery and Medicine. It also supports and complements the nearby Genome Science Research Buildings.

 

MSRB II earned LEED™ Silver Certification through its design to use 26% less energy than the typical energy-intensive research laboratory, features including window shading and light-colored exterior materials, and a 75% recycling rate of construction materials. 

 

2 Genome Ct.
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Nanaline H. Duke Building

The Nanaline H. Duke Building opened in 1968 as the first of several laboratories along the east side of Research Drive. 

 

307 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

North Pavilion

Located a block from Duke Hospital, North Pavilion houses the Ambulatory Surgery Center, Adult Bone Marrow Transplantation Outpatient Clinic, and other Duke Medicine offices and labs.  

 

2400 Pratt Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

OESO and Environmental Safety Building

OESO ensures that the University and Medical Center meet regulatory requirements and relevant community standards by identifying hazardous conditions, developing appropriate control measures, implementing controls.

 

5 Genome Ct
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Original Hospital South, Duke Clinic

Built in 1930 as the original Duke Hospital building, Hospital South, also known as Duke Clinics, is now home to the School of Medicine and the medical center's outpatient clinics, including the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Division of Dermatology and Division of Urology.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Pavilion East at Lakeview

Duke Child and Family Center, Duke Pediatric Neuropysch Clinic and Duke Perinatal Durham are located in this mixed use building off of Erwin road.

 

2608 Erwin Road,

Durham, NC 27705

 

Pepsico Fitness Center (DCL)

Located on a 26-acre campus adjacent to Duke University, the Center for Living provides a secluded, secure environment for participants to focus on enhancing their quality of life. 

 

15 Center For Living Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Pickens/Duke Family Medicine

The Marshall Pickens building houses the Duke Family Medicine Center, which provides primary care and disease prevention for patients of all ages.

 

2100 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Reception Building, Duke Clinic

The walkway located on Level 2 of the Medical Center Parking Garage I connects to this building, which contains the entrance lobby, clinics, food court, and the amphitheater. There is also an information desk on the second level. 

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Park 1

Completed in 1968, the Research Park Buildings collectively contain the Departments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pharmacology, and Surgery research labs, offices, and hospital clinic labs. 

 

2 Circuit Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Park 2

Completed in 1968, the Research Park Buildings collectively contain the Departments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pharmacology, and Surgery research labs, offices, and hospital clinic labs. 

 

10 Circuit Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Park 3

Completed in 1968, the Research Park Buildings collectively contain the Departments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pharmacology, and Surgery research labs, offices, and hospital clinic labs. 

 

14 Circuit Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Park 4

Completed in 1968, the Research Park Buildings collectively contain the Departments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pharmacology, and Surgery research labs, offices, and hospital clinic labs. 

 

6 Circuit Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Sands Building

Alexander H. Sands, Jr. Building houses Duke Medicine research laboratories and offices.

 

303 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Sarah Stedman Nutrition Center

The Sarah W. Stedman Nutrition and Metabolism Center is an interdepartmental and interdisciplinary center for metabolic and nutritional research, with strong ties to basic and clinical research groups on the Duke campus and beyond.

 

7 Center For Living Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Seeley G. Mudd Building

Proposals for a new Medical Center Library & Archives were first advanced in 1959, but the library didn‘t come to fruition until the Seeley G. Mudd Building opened in 1975. Located south of Duke Hospital, the library‘s collection includes the Trent Room (a rebuilt 18th century English library that contains the private collection of Dr. Josiah C. Trent). The building is connected to the Searle Center, which contains a restaurant and conference, lecture and banquet halls.

 

10 Searle Center Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Snyderman Genome Science Research Building

The 120,000-square-foot, $41-million building, located off Research Drive on Duke's West Campus, was dedicated in April 2003. It is home to scientific teams from the Center for Human Genetics and other Duke research units. 

 

905 S. LaSalle Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Surgical Oncology Research Facility (SORF)

Built in 1986, the Surgical Oncology Research Facility, along with the Environmental Safety Building as well as the Research Park Buildings collectively contain the Departments of Anesthesiology, Medicine, Pediatrics, Radiology, Pharmacology, and Surgery research laboratories, offices, and hospital clinic laboratories.

 

915 S. LaSalle Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Surgical Research Pavilion

Built in 1998 as a research laboratory project for the Duke University Medical Center.

 

11 Genome Ct.
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Veteran Affairs Medical Center

Located across Erwin Road from Duke Hospital, the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) is a 274-bed tertiary care referral, teaching and research facility affiliated with Duke's School of Medicine. 

 

508 Fulton Street
Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Wallace Clinic (DCL)

Exams and assessments take place at the Andrew G. Wallace Clinic building, a full-service medical facility with on-site labs and current technologies. It contains clinics, diagnostic, treatment, and support services and departmental offices.

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

11 Center For Living Drive
Durham, NC 27705

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Woodhall Building, Duke Clinic

Opened in 1966 and named after a former dean of the Medical Center, the Barnes Woodhall building is contiguous with Duke Clinic and houses radiology, departmental research laboratories, offices and hospital administration.

 

40 Duke Medicine Circle

Durham, NC 27705

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

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Parking

Patient/ Visitor

Bryan Center Parking Garage (Parking Garage IV)

Permit Type: PGD

Total Number of Spaces: 545

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Levels 1,2,4,5 and a portion of Level 3
View permit fee:  Parking Garage IV
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1, C3

Bryan Center Pay Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 55

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Center for Living Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 283

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Children's Health Center Lot

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Circuit Visitor Lot
Total Number of Spaces: 13

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Dialysis Center
Total Number of Spaces: 31

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Duke Gardens Lot
Total Number of Spaces: 156

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Eye Center Lot
Total Number of Spaces: 58

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Faculty Club Visitor Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 138

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Nasher Art Museum Visitor Lot

Permit Type: DEV

Total Number of Spaces: 94

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Old Credit Union Visitor Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 60

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Parking Garage I - Visitor

Total Number of Spaces: 1,798

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Parking Garage II - Visitor

Permit Type: PGB

Total Number of Spaces: 2,636

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Parking Garage III - Visitor

Total Number of Spaces: 1704

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Pickens Clinic Visitor Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 85

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Drive Parking Deck - Visitor

Total Number of Spaces: 1,917

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Science Drive Garage Visitor Parking
Located at the intersection of Science Drive and Cameron Blvd/Hwy 751, the garage has approximately 2,400 parking spaces.

Daily visitors should enter the garage from the Thomas Center driveway, located off Science Drive, and pull a ticket from the dispenser.  Patrons attending athletic and other major events should enter from Highway 751. 

Science Drive Visitor Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 83

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Smith Warehouse Lot South - Visitor

Total Number of Spaces: 601

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Sports Medicine Visitor Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 29

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Thomas Center Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 111

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Washington Duke Hotel Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 486

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

West Quad Lot

Total Number of Spaces: 54

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

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Permit

2127 Campus Dr Lot

Permit Type: DEV

Total Number of Spaces: 44

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees

View annual fees:  Development

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:   C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5

 

2138 Campus Dr Parking

Permit Type: CPD

Total Number of Spaces: 48

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Campus Drive

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith; closest available graduate parking is East
Bus Routes: C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5  

 
402-406 Oregon Lot

Permit Type: CPD

Total Number of Spaces: 75

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Campus Drive

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5

705 Broad St Lot

Permit Type: BRD

Total Number of Spaces: 177

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  705 Broad St.
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.
Bus Routes:  H5
 

Academic Adv-Bishop Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 83

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: East Campus Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  

C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

 

Allen Lot

Permit Type: ALN

Total Number of Spaces: 234

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Renewal Only
View annual fees:  Allen

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5

Alumni House Lot

Permit Type: CHD

Total Number of Spaces: 39

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  Chapel Drive
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5 

American Tobacco Campus

Permit Type: ATC

Total Number of Spaces:

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  ATC
Bus Routes:  Bull City Connector 

Baldwin Parking

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 14

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East
Waitlist:  Permits available
Bus Routes:  

C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Bassett Drive Parking

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 151

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1 
 

Bell Towers Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 25

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East
Waitlist  Permits available: 
Bus Routes:  

C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

 

Beta Lot

Permit Type: CRD

Total Number of Spaces: 46

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Card
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3
 

Biddle Music Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 7

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: East Campus Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East

Waitlist: Permits available

Bus Routes:

C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

 


Bivins Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 23

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students

View annual fee:  East

Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Blue Zone Lots

Permit Type: BLU

Total Number of Spaces: 1348

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Undergraduate and Graduate students
View annual fee: Blue Zone

Waitlist: Spaces for undergraduates are assigned based upon residential location.  All other Blue Zone parking is by special lists.
Bus Routes:  C3

Brown Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 49

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students

View annual fee:  East
Waitlist  Permits available: 
Bus Routes: 

C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Bryan Center Parking Garage (Parking Garage IV)

Permit Type: PGD

Total Number of Spaces: 545

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Levels 1,2,4,5 and a portion of Level 3
View permit fee:  Parking Garage IV
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1, C3

Bryan Research Lot

Permit Type: BC

Total Number of Spaces: 163

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Renewal
View permit cost:  Bryan Research Garage
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is PG III.
Bus Routes:  H6, PR1

Campus Drive Gated Lot

Permit Type: CPD

Total Number of Spaces: 172

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Campus Drive
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5 

Card Gym Lot

Permit Type: CRD

Total Number of Spaces: 168

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Card 
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith; closest graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  C3 

Carmichael

Permit Type: CAR

Total Number of Spaces: 300

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  CAR 

Carr Gated Lot

Permit Type: PEC

Total Number of Spaces: 58

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East

Waitlist:  Permits available 
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Center for Living Parking

Permit Type: CFL

Total Number of Spaces: 282

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees & Graduate Students with the Center for Living
View annual fee:  Center for Living
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  H5

Central Campus Housing Lots 1

Permit Type: CEE/CES

Total Number of Spaces: 769

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Undergraduates, Grad Students, Employees
View annual fee: Central Campus
Waitlist: Spaces for undergraduates are assigned based upon residential location.  All other Central Campus parking is based upon waitlists.
Bus Routes:  C2, CCX, H5

Central Campus Housing Lots 2

Permit Type: CEE/CES

Total Number of Spaces: 769

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Undergraduates, Grad Students, Employees
View annual fee: Central Campus
Waitlist: Spaces for undergraduates are assigned based upon residential location.  All other Central Campus parking is based upon waitlists.
Bus Routes:  C2, CCX 


Central Campus Housing Lots 3

Permit Type: CEE/CES

Total Number of Spaces: 769

 

Duke Parking Website

 

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Undergraduates, Grad Students, Employees
View annual fee:  Central Campus
Waitlist: Spaces for undergraduates are assigned based upon residential location.  All other Central Campus parking is based upon waitlists.
Bus Routes:  C2, CCX

Chemistry Gated Lot

Permit Type: CHM

Total Number of Spaces: 332

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Grad Students
View annual fee:  Chemistry

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  LL, PR1, C3

Chemistry Street Parking

Permit Type: CHM

Total Number of Spaces: 70

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Grad Students
View annual fee:  Chemistry
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1LL, C3

Chemisty Ungated Lot

Permit Type: CHM

Total Number of Spaces: 31

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Grad Students
View annual fee:  Chemistry
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1LL, C3

Child Guidance Lot

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 41

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit fee:  Reserved
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is PG III.
Bus Routes:  H5, C2, BCC

Circuit Drive "Big" Lot

Permit Type: CIR

Total Number of Spaces: 518

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Grad Students
View annual fee:  Circuit
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith; Closest graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  PR1LL 

Circuit Drive "Little" Lot

Permit Type: CIR 
Total Number of Spaces: 258
 
 
Duke Parking Website
 
For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111
 
Permit Eligibility: Employees and Grad Students
View annual fee:  Circuit
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith; Closest graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  PR1, LL

Crowell-Wilson Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 82

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: East Campus Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Devil's Den Lot

Permit Type: CES/CEE

Total Number of Spaces: 23

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Undergraduates, Grad Students, Employees
View annual fee:  Central Campus
Waitlist: Spaces for undergraduates are assigned based upon residential location.  All other Central Campus parking is based upon waitlists.
Bus Routes:  C2, CCX

Diet & Fitness Lot

Permit Type: DFC

Total Number of Spaces: 184

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Permit Eligibility: Medical Employees and Graduate Students

View annual fee:  Diet and Fitness 
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  H5

Duke News Service Lot

Permit Type: CHD

Total Number of Spaces: 26

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee: Chapel Drive
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, H5

Duke Police Lot

Permit Type: CPD

Total Number of Spaces: 48

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View annual fee:  Campus Drive

Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  The closest graduate parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Duke Transit Lot

Permit Type: YEL

Total Number of Spaces: 33

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Yellow
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:   CSW, BCC 

Duke University Rd Lot #1

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 150

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3 

Duke University Rd Lot #2

Permit Type: GRN 
Total Number of Spaces: 161
 
 
Duke Parking Website
 
For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111
 
  
Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3

Edens B Lot

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 81

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green 
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3

Edens C Lot

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 79

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3

Edens D Lot

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 24

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green 
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3 

Epworth Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 71

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: East Campus Employee and Graduate Sudents

View permit cost:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

FEL Building Lot

Permit Type: LAS

Total Number of Spaces: 8

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit cost: FEL/LaSalle
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Cosest available employee parking is PGIII; closest graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  LL, PR1, H6

Faculty Club

Permit Type: FAC

Total Number of Spaces: 65

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Graduate Students and Employees - Fuqua School of Business
View annual fees: FAC
Waitlist: Assignment determined by Fuqua School of Business
Bus Routes:   PR1

Flowers Dr Lot

Permit Type: FD

Total Number of Spaces: 147

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees By Special Assignment
View permit fee:  Flowers Drive
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is PGIII.
Bus Routes:  H2, H5

Freeman Jewish Center Lot

Permit Type: DEV

Total Number of Spaces: 15

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit fee:  Freeman Center
 Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:   C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3 

 


Fuqua Drive Lot

Permit Type: FUQ

Total Number of Spaces: 48

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Fuqua Employees
View permit cost:  Fuqua
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  PR1,  LL

 

Fuqua Gated Lot

Permit Type: FUQ

Total Number of Spaces: 202

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Fuqua Employees
View permit fee:  Fuqua
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  PR1 , LL

GHRB Lot

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 51

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
Permit Cost: $1,401 Annually | $116.75 month
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee parking is PGIII
Bus Routes:  H6

 

   
   
   
       
GSRB2 & OESO Lot

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 24

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
Permit Cost: $1,401 Annually | $116.75 month
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee parking is PGIII
Bus Routes:  H6

Gilbert Addoms Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 128

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Graduate Center Lot

Permit Type: GC

Total Number of Spaces: 510

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual cost:  GC
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Parking Garage III
Bus Routes:  H2, H5, C2

Grey Stone Church Lot #1

Permit Type: R1

Total Number of Spaces: 236

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Medical Center Employees and Students 
View permit cost:   R1
Bus Routes:  ????H2

Grey Stone Church Lot #2

Permit Type: R1

Total Number of Spaces: 118

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Medical Center Employees and Students
View permit cost: R1
Bus Routes:  ????H2

Grounds

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 329

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Green Zone
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes: PR1 

H Lot

Permit Type: H

Total Number of Spaces: 933

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Medical Center Employees and Students 
View permit cost:  H Lot
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is R2.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  H2, H5, C2, BCC

Hillsborough Rd. Lot

Permit Type: R1

Total Number of Spaces: 305

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Medical Center Employees and Students
View permit cost: R1
Bus Routes:  H2

Hock Garage

Permit Type: HOC

Total Number of Spaces: 965

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees working in Hock Plaza
View permit fee:  Hock

Waitlist: Closest available employee parking is PG III
Bus Routes:  H5, H6

IM Lot

Permit Type: IM

Total Number of Spaces: 27

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees 
View permit costt: IM Lot

Waitlist: This lot is available by special assignment only.  Closest employee parking is Smith.  Closest graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C3

 

 

 

   
   
   
   
   
   

 


Jogging Trail Lot

Permit Type: FAC

Total Number of Spaces: 80

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Faculty Club
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.

LaSalle Lot North

Permit Type: LAS

Total Number of Spaces: 101

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit cost:  LaSalle North
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is PGIII; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1, LL, H6

Law School Lot

Permit Type: LAW

Total Number of Spaces: 160

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Law School Employees
View permit fee:  Law
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1, LL

Lenox Baker Lot

Permit Type: LB

Total Number of Spaces: 206

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Lenox Baker Employees
View permit cost:  Lenox Baker
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is PG III; closest available graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  H5

Main-White Lecture Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 62

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: East Campus Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  East
Waitlist:  Permits available 
Bus Routes: C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3, BCC

Mill Building Lot

Permit Type: MIL

Total Number of Spaces: 196

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Mill Building

Waitlist: Permits available by waitlist only.
Bus Routes:  H2, BCC

Nasher Art Museum Permit Lot

Permit Type: DEV

Total Number of Spaces: 94

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  Nasher
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith; closest graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2, CCX, C3 

Old Salvage Lot

Permit Type: YEL

Total Number of Spaces: 105

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Yellow
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:   CSW, BCC

PL Elder St Gated Lot

Permit Type: PL

Total Number of Spaces: 191

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees

View permit cost:  PL/Elder Street
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Parking Garage III.

Bus Routes:  H2, H6

 

 

Parking Garage I - Permit

Permit Type: PGA

Total Number of Spaces: 1,798

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Renewal Only
View permit cost:  Parking Garage I
Waitlist: No waitlist.  Permit renewal only.  Closest available employee permit parking is PG III.
Bus Routes:  H2, H5

Parking Garage II - Permit

Permit Type: PGB

Total Number of Spaces: 2,636

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-Renewal Only
View permit fee:  Parking Garage II
Waitlist: Waitlist suspended during renovation of PGII.  Closest available employee permit parking is PG III.
Bus Routes:  H2, H5, H6

Parking Garage III - Permit

Permit Type: PGC

Total Number of Spaces: 1704

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit fee:  Parking Garage III
Waitlist: Employee permits available.
Bus Routes:  H2, H6


 

Pegram Gated Lot

Permit Type: PEC

Total Number of Spaces: 61

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Pegram/Carr
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Pegram Ungated Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 41

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students

View permit cost:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Pickens Clinic Permit Lot

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 85

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
Permit Cost: $909 Annually | $75.75 month
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is PGIII.
Bus Routes:  H5, BCC

Power House

Permit Type: PH

Total Number of Spaces: 60

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View annual fee:  PH 

Public Policy Lot

Permit Type: PPS

Total Number of Spaces: 95

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit cost:  Public Policy
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1, LL, C3

 

R2 Lot

Permit Type: R2 
Total Number of Spaces: 451

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Medical Center Employees and Students
View permit cost:  R2
Bus Routes:  ????H6

Radiation/Oncology Lot

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 29

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
Permit cost:  $1,401 Annually | $116.75 month
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is PGIII.
Bus Routes:  H6, PR1LL

Randolph Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 37

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students

View permit cost:  East
Waitlist: Permits available
Bus Routes:  C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

Research Dr Reserved Spaces

Permit Type: RSD

Total Number of Spaces: 21

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

Research Drive Garage

Permit Type: PGE/PGER

Total Number of Spaces: 1,917

 

Duke Parking Website

 

ADA Accessibility Information

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees-A portion of Level 2 and Levels 3-7
View Reserved Level Fee: PGER Permit
View Other Levels Fee:  PGE Permit 
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is PGIII; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  H5H6

 

The garage is the nation's first single-use, stand-alone LEED™ Certified parking facility.  It earned the certification for features such as its rooftop sunlight-reflecting systems, benefits for owners of low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles, and LED lighting system.  

Science Drive Garage
Located at the intersection of Science Drive and Cameron Blvd/Hwy 751, the garage has approximately 2,400 parking spaces.

Daily visitors should enter the garage from the Thomas Center driveway, located off Science Drive, and pull a ticket from the dispenser.  Patrons attending athletic and other major events should enter from Highway 751. 

 


 
Science Lot

Permit Type: SCI

Total Number of Spaces: 57

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit cost:  Science
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Hock Plaza
Bus Routes:  PR1, C3

Smith Warehouse Lot North

Permit Type: SMI

Total Number of Spaces: 238

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit fee:  Smith
Waitlist: Permits available.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  CSW, C1, C2, CCX, C3

 

Smith Warehouse Lot South

Permit Type: SGS

Total Number of Spaces: 363

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Undergraduate Students

View permit fee:  SGS Permit
Waitlist: Permits Available

Special Information:  Smith (SMI) permits have access to this lot with their permit.
Bus Routes:  CSW, C1, C2, CCX, C3

Soccer Field Drive Lot

Permit Type: GRN

Total Number of Spaces: 50

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  Green
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith.  Closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  PR1 

Southgate Lot

Permit Type: EAE

Total Number of Spaces: 52

 

Duke Parking Website

 

RED

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit cost:  East
Waitlist: Permits Available
Bus Routes: C1, C1X, CSW, C2, CCX, C3

 

Swift Avenue Yellow Zone

Permit Type: YEL

Total Number of Spaces: 36

 

Duke Parking Website

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Yellow
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East.
Bus Routes:  C2  
 

Trent Lot

Permit Type: TRE

Total Number of Spaces: 91

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit cost:  Trent
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Csest available employee parking is Parking Garage III.
Bus Routes:  H2, H5, C2

Tropical Studies Lot

Permit Type: YEL

Total Number of Spaces: 11

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Yellow 
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate student parking is East
Bus Routes:  C2

Wannamaker Dr Lot

Permit Type: WAN

Total Number of Spaces: 29

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees
View permit fee:  Wannamaker
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  C1, CSW, C2C3

Whitford Dr Gated Lot

Permit Type: WHT

Total Number of Spaces: 309

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Whitford
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only.  Closest available employee parking is Smith; closest available graduate parking is East
Bus Routes:  PR1

Whitford Dr Street Parking

Permit Type: WHT

Total Number of Spaces: 36

 

Duke Parking Website

 

For general information call the Duke University telephone operator at (919) 684-8111

 

Permit Eligibility: Employees and Graduate Students
View permit fee:  Whitford
Waitlist: Entry by waitlist only, closest available employee permit parking is Smith
Bus Routes:  PR1 

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EV Charging

GE Level 2 Charging Stations
Two GE Level 2 charging stations, closest to the Bryan Center, are available for public charging.  Paid visitor parking permit is required to park in the lot, including at the charging stations.  

NOTE: EV owners will be towed if parked in an adjacent Enterprise CarShare spot. 
Level 3 DC Fast Charger

The Level 3 charging station provides 50 kilowatts of power, which can supply up to 80 percent of a battery’s charge in 30 minutes or a full charge in 45 minutes to an hour.  Please note that this DC Fast Charge unit is Cha-de-Mo compatible only.

 

Along with a free charge, Duke community members and visitors who drive electric vehicles will have hour-long, free parking in the spot. Access to the Smith Warehouse North Lot and the station is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., but Duke community members will need a valid parking permit on nights and weekends.

 

Research Drive Garage EV Station
2 charging ports at 1 station, Ground level, Reserved section.  

ChargePoint account is required for use.  Fee by the hour of $0.75/hr for the first four hours; $5/hr thereafter.
Science Dr Garage EV Stations
14 charging ports at 7 Level 2 stations, one on each floor of the garage. 

ChargePoint account is required for use.  Fee by the hour of $0.75/hr for the first four hours; $5/hr thereafter.

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Transportation

Bike Amenities

Cycling Routes
Off-road Facilities
Arts Annex Path

This off-road path provides a shortcut between Duke's Art Annex building (off of Gattis Street) to Campus Drive.  Headed toward Campus Dr, turn right from trail for East Campus; left from trail for West Campus.

Bostock - Research Dr Pathway

Use the pathway in between Bostock Library and Old Chemistry to access Research Dr from West Campus. 

Hudson Hall Pedestrian Plaza

This off-road pathway connects the end of Science Dr with Research Dr. 

 

From Science Dr: Take slight right from Science Dr roundabout to mount gentle curb onto pathway. Follow path towards Hudson Hall Plaza. Continue straight to arrive at Research Dr.

Medical Center Greenspace

Use this off-road pathway to travel between Duke Medical Center and Research Dr. 

Telecom Dr Bike Access

Use the handicap accessible ramp to travel between Hudson Plaza and Perkins Library by crossing Telecom Dr. 

Wannamaker Dr - Flowers Dr Tunnel

Tunnel runs underneath Chaper Dr to connect Wannamaker Dr and Flowers Dr

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On-road Facilities
Bike Lanes Academy Rd

Academy Rd from Cameron Blvd to Pinecrest Rd has marked bike lanes, which then transition to a paved shoulder between Pinecrest and Cornwallis Rd. This section of roadway is dark at night -- strongly recommend use of lights at night.

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

Anderson St

Anderson St is a two lane street with marked bike lanes on both sides of the street between Erwin Rd and Campus Dr. Anderson St is generally low-traffic and safe for biking, however watch for stopping buses and cars entering Anderson St from side roads.

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

Duke University Rd

Duke University Rd from Cameron Blvd all the way to downtown Durham has marked bike lanes.  Note that Duke University Rd transitions to W Chapel Hill St near NC147, but the bike lanes continue all the way to Pettigrew St at Durham Station.

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

Erwin Rd

Erwin Rd between Anderson St and Main St is a 3-lane section with marked bike lanes. 

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

Main St

Main St has a bike lane on both sides of the street between Anderson St and Watts St.

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

Maxwell Ave

Maxwell Ave has bike lanes on both sides of the street. Watch for stopping buses and cars exiting parking lots. 

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

West Chapel Hill St

West of Gattis St, W Chapel Hill St has two way bike lanes. Bike lanes continue as W Chapel Hill St becomes Duke University Rd at Chapel Hill Rd Intersection. 

 

A bike lane is a 4 to 6 feet wide separated, marked lane adjacent to the travel lane for the exclusive use of bicyclists.

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Sharrows Buchanan Blvd

Buchnan Blvd is a two lane road marked with sharrows. Take caution, as Buchanan Blvd can become narrow under NC-147 bridge. 

 

A lane marked with a sharrow, a bicycle symbol topped by two chevrons, indicates to drivers to watch out for and share the road with bicyclists. 

Flowers Dr

Flowers Dr has sharrows on both sides of the street. Flowers Dr is a safe road for cyclists, with wide shoulders and light traffic. Be cautious of parked cars, cars entering Flowers Dr from side roads and parking lots, and Duke/DATA buses.

 

A lane marked with a sharrow, a bicycle symbol topped by two chevrons, indicates to drivers to watch out for and share the road with bicyclists. 

Towerview Rd

Towerview Rd is a two-way road with sharrows marked on both sides of the road. Be cautious of heavy traffic, intersections, and parked cars along the street, especially during Duke athletic events.

 

 A lane marked with a sharrow, a bicycle symbol topped by two chevrons, indicates to drivers to watch out for and share the road with bicyclists. 

W Chapel Hill St

W Chapel HIll St is a two lane road marked with sharrows between W Pettigrew St and Gattis St. Take caution while riding on W Chapel Hill St, as it has varied lane width and busy traffic.  

 

A lane marked with a sharrow, a bicycle symbol topped by two chevrons, indicates to drivers to watch out for and share the road with bicyclists. 

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Suggested Shortcuts
Downtown to West Campus

Quickest way to get from Downtown to the heart of West Campus.

 

From Durham Station, take the bike lane on W Chapel Hill St to travel west (left) toward Duke. Continue straight as W Chapel Hill St becomes Duke University Rd after passing NC147. Continue on bike, and then take right onto Chapel Drive at stone entrance way. Come to a stop at roundabout entrance, then take third exit at roundabout to stay on Chapel Dr towards Duke Chapel. Arrive at West Campus bus stop.

 

Total distance: 2.0 miles

East Campus to 9th Street

From East Campus Statue, proceed left down Campus Drive, take immediate right before bus shelter and travel through Carr parking lot. Take slight left onto sidewalk path in front of Blackwell Dorm to cut through to Brodie Gym lot. Turn left to bike past Brodie Gym. Continue on path past field hockey stadium to traffic light at Broad St and Perry St.  Press pedestrian crossing button to safely cross Broad St onto Perry St. Continue for two blocks on Perry St, then arrive at 9th Street. Turn right for the Shops at Erwin Mill.

 

Total Distance: .4 Mile

East Campus to Duke Hospital

From East Campus Statue, proceed towards Main St on Campus Dr. Turn right to access bike lane on Main St. Continue 0.9 mile, then turn left onto Anderson St. Anderson St has no bike lane, but does have a wide outside lane. Continue through the Erwin Rd intersection onto Duke's Campus. Take the first right onto Yearby Ave, then a left onto Flowers Dr. Turn right at the stop sign onto Trent Dr and then take second left onto Duke Medicine Circle. Bike parking is available throughout Duke's Medical Campus. 

 

There are bike lanes on Main Street. 

 

Anderson Street has a wide outside lane but no bike lanes north of Erwin Rd, but there are bike lanes once south of Erwin on Duke's Campus. 

 

 

Total Distance: 1.8 Miles. 

Smith Warehouse to 9th Street

Turn right on low-traffic Sumter St. Turn left on low-traffic W Pettigrew St. Watch for parked cars on side of W Pettigrew St as you continue to Swift Ave intersection. Turn right onto Swift ave, cross Main St, then take left at Whole Foods traffic light onto Perry St. Proceed straight 2 blocks to arrive at 9th St. Turn right for Shops at Erwin Mill and. Be cautious of heavy traffic and parked cars along 9th St. 

 

Total Distance: .6 Mile

Trinity Park to East Campus

Head West on Trinity Ave towards N Buchanan Blvd. Trinity Ave has wide lanes suitable for cycling. Beware of parked cars on side of road. Continue through traffic light at N Buchanan Rd to enter Duke's East Campus. Take path on left to cut through to East Campus Bus Stop, from which you can also proceed down Campus Dr to West Campus.

 

If coming from side street near Trinity Ave, Watts St is a low-traffic neighborhood street very conductive to cycling.  Take Watts St to Trinity Ave to connect with East Campus.

West Campus to 9th Street

From West Campus Bus Stop: Head North on footpath. Turn right past Social Science Building to enter Allen Lot. Turn left into parking lot, making sure to watch for parking cars. Turn left onto Flowers Dr then right on Yearby.  At stop sign, turn left onto Anderson, then at the traffic light, turn right onto Erwin Rd bike lane. Continue on Erwin through Main St traffic light, at which point Erwin becomes 9th St. Beware of heavy traffic and parked cars on 9th street as bike lane ends after Main St. 

 

Total Distance: 1.4 Miles

West Campus to Duke Hospital/Clinics

Get from West Campus to Duke Hospital without touching busy Erwin Road. 

 

Ride carefully on the sidewalk shortcut between Bostock and Old Chemistry. You will find yourself behind Duke Clinics on Research Drive.  Proceed down Research Dr, past the old coal plant.  Turn right at the off-road trail, proceed up hill to the right (stay on asphalt trail).  You will come to a pedestrian plaza area, proceed straight along asphalt trail to the Duke Medicine Circle.  From there, you can park your bike and walk through the Hospital/DMP/Clinic to your final destination.

West Campus to Wallace Wade Stadium

From West Campus Bus Stop: Head south on footpath towards clock tower. Turn right at steps near Kilgo Dorm to travel underneath archway to follow footpath towards Kilgo parking lot. Continue on path towards Towerview Rd. Cross Towerview at crosswalk to continue on footpath adjacent to Wilson Gym. Pass Cameron Indoor Stadium and arrive at Wallace Wade Stadium entrance. Travel slowly and be cautious of pedestrians on footpaths.  

 

Total Distance: .4 Mile

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FixIt Station
East Campus FixIt Station
Bicycle repair stand with tools, including air pump.
Rubenstein Hall FixIt Station

The Dero FixIt station behind Rubenstein Hall is a sheltered bike parking area with bike repair stand. It includes all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. To see a FixIt Station or find more information on this product, visit http://www.dero.com/product/fixit/

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Zagster Bike Share Stations
Central Campus Bike Share Station

This Duke Zagster bike-share station is located on Central Campus near the bus stop at Devil's Bistro. There are 10 bikes available for check-out to Zagster members. Each station has an air pump as well. To join or view additional information on this program, visit http://zagster.com/duke/

Crowell Quad Bike Share Station

This Duke Zagster bike-share station is located on West Campus between Crowell Quad and the Beta Lot. There are 10 bikes available for check-out to Zagster members. Each station has an air pump as well. To join or view additional information on this program, visit http://zagster.com/duke/

East Campus Bike Share Station

This Duke Zagster bike-share station is located on East Campus near the bus stop by East Residence Hall. There are 10 bikes available for check-out to Zagster members. Each station has an air pump as well. To join or view additional information on this program, visit http://zagster.com/duke/

 

 

Social Sciences Building Bike Share Station

This Duke Zagster bike-share station is located on West Campus behind the Social Sciences building in the Allen Lot. There are 10 bikes available for check-out to Zagster members. Each station has an air pump as well. To join or view additional information on this program, visit http://zagster.com/duke/

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Campus Walk Times

Allen Building to CIEMAS

Average Walk Time: 4 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.2 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Allen Building and head slightly right across the West Campus lawn toward Perkins Library
Pass Saladelia at the Perk and continue down the walkway toward Telecom Dr
Take the stairs, cross Telecom Dr and continue down the stairs
The entrance to CIEMAS/Fitspatrick Building will be on your right under the archway before Twinnie's 


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Research Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: H5, LL, PR1

American Tobacco Campus to East Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 25 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.26 miles

Walking Directions:

Take Blackwell St toward S Corcoran St
Make a left onto Downtown Loop
Then make a left onto W Main St
Continue past Duke St and Albermarle St
Make a right onto Campus Dr and you will arrive at East Campus Quad


Transit Services:

Main Street bus stops
GoDurham: 11, BCC

 

Chapel/Campus Dr bus stops
Duke Transit: C1,C3, C5, CSW, CCX

Brodie Gym to Whole Foods Center

Average Walk Time: 4 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.2 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Brodie Gym on the side near Randolph Lot 
Take the path towards Broad St
Cross Broad St and Whole Foods will be in the plaza in front of you


Transit Services:

Perry Street bus stops
Duke Transit: H5

Bryan Center to 9th/Main

Average Walk Time: 27 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.34 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center and head towards the Duke Chapel quad by taking the stairs 
Cross through Duke Chapel quad toward Allen Building
Make a slight left onto the walkway between Allen Building and the quad
After you pass the Social Sciences Building, make a slight right
Proceed down the path towards Flowers Dr
Make a left at the sidewalk and continue walking
The main entrance to Student Health will be up a driveway to your left


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Trent Drive, Erwin Road, and Main Street bus stop
BCC

Bryan Center to DukeCard Office

Average Walk Time: 5 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.27 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center and head towards the Duke Chapel quad by taking the stairs 
Make a left after passing Duke Chapel and enter the Divinity School building on your right
Take the stairs to the bottom floor and exit the building to the Telecom Dr roundabout
Continue down Telecom Dr
DukeCard Office is the building to your left after CIEMAS/Fitzpatrick 

Bryan Center to Nasher Museum

Average Walk Time: 17 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.85 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center and head towards the main entrance to Duke Chapel by taking the path near the roundabout or using the stairs 
Proceed down Chapel Dr
At the roundabout, make a slight left onto Campus Dr
After passing Anderson St, continue walking until you see the Nasher Museum of Art sign 
Follow the path near thissign to the main entrance 


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, C4, CSW, CCX

Bryan Center to Student Health

Average Walk Time: 9 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.45 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center and head towards the Duke Chapel quad by taking the stairs 
Cross through Duke Chapel quad toward Allen Building
Make a slight left onto the walkway between Allen Building and the quad
After you pass the Social Sciences Building, make a slight right
Proceed down the path towards Flowers Dr
Make a left at the sidewalk and continue walking down Flowers Dr
Make a left onto Yearby Ave 
Then make a left onto Alexander Ave followed by a right onto Erwin Rd
Follow the sidewalk under the freeway until you reach the intersection of 9th and Main St

Bryan Center to Wallace Wade Stadium

Average Walk Time: 7 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.36 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center toward Penn Pavillon
Continue down Union Dr

Cross the small parking lot to your left to reach Towerview Rd

Proceed down the sidewalk along Card Gym Lot past Cameron Stadium

The gate entrance to Wallace Wade Stadium will be slightly to your left


Transit Services:

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1

Frank Basset Drive bus stop
Duke Transit: PR1

Bryan Center to Wilson Gym

Average Walk Time: 7 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.31 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Bryan Center toward Penn Pavillon
Continue down Union Dr
Make a left onto Towerview Rd
Make a right before Card Gym Lot and proceed pass the parking lot
Make a left at K-Ville lawn in front of Card Gym
Proceed down the walkway
Entrance to Wilson Gym will be on your right


Transit Services:

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1

Chemistry Lot to Bryan Center

Average Walk Time: 7 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.37 miles

Walking Directions:

From the same side as the entrance to the lot, take the paved path towards Gross Hall
Take the stairs down towards French Family Science Center
Make a right at the parking lot and continue the path towards Science Dr
Make a left onto Science Dr
After you pass the Bryan Center Parking Garage, make a right
The entrance to Bryan Center will be towards your right near the roundabout

 


Transit Services:

Circuit Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: H5, LL, PR1

Science Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C3, PR1

Circuit Lot to Wallace Wade Stadium

Average Walk Time: 16 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.84 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Circuit Lot towards the intersection of Lasalle St and Circuit Dr
Make a left on Circuit Dr 
Pass the stone arch in front of Environment Hall and take the stairs on the right to go down
Proceed straight pass LSRC and Blue Express 
Continue through the courtyard and take the stairs up
Follow the sidewalk to the right of Chapel Woods towards Bryan Center
Make your way around Bryan Center and Penn Pavillion
Continue down Union Dr
Cross the small parking lot on your left to reach Towerview Rd
Proceed down the sidewalk along Card Gym Lot past Cameron Stadium
The gate entrance to Wallace Wade Stadium will be slightly to your left


Transit Services:

Circuit Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: H5, LL, PR1

Science Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C3, PR1

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1

Craven Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 3 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.13 miles

Walking Directions:

Take the hallway through House E
Make a right around House E and continue down the housing quad
The bus stop will be at the bend just past House FF


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Crowell Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 3 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.17 miles

Walking Directions:

Head down the housing quad using the paved path on the right side
The bus stop will be at the bend just past House FF


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Devils Bistro to Duke Chapel

Average Walk Time: 16 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.81 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Devils Bistro and head towards Anderson St
Make a left onto Anderson St followed by a left onto Lewis St
Make you way through Duke Gardens towards Flowers Dr
Upon exiting Duke Gardens, make a left onto Flowers Dr
Take the trail up towards Allen Building and Chapel Dr
Continue on Chapel Dr until you reach the main entrance of Duke Chapel


Transit Services:

Anderson Street bus stops
Duke Transit: C4

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, CSW, C4, CCX

Duke Chapel to Blue Zone

Average Walk Time: 10 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.5 miles

Walking Directions:

From the main entrance of Duke Chapel, head towards the housing quad on the right
Follow the path through the housing quad toward Towerview Rd
Make a left onto Towerview Rd
At the roundabout, make a right onto Wannamaker Dr
Blue Zone parking will be on both sides


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

 

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1

Duke Chapel to Green Zone

Average Walk Time: 13 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.62 miles

Walking Directions:

From Duke Chapel, head towards Bryan Center and Penn Pavillon
Proceed down Union Dr

Cross the small parking lot on your left to reach Towerview Rd

Proceed down the sidewalk along Card Gym Lot past Cameron Stadium

Make a slight left and continue around to the right side of Wallace Wade Stadium
Make a left onto Scoreboard Lane 
Green Zone parking will be straight ahead 


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1

Frank Basset Drive bus stop
Duke Transit: PR1

Duke Gardens to Cameron Stadium

Average Walk Time: 14 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.68 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Duke Gardens toward Duke Chapel via Flowers Dr
Take the trail up towards Allen Building and Chapel Dr
Head down the housing quad
Follow the path through the housing quad toward Towerview Rd
Cross Towerview Rd and continue pass Card Gym Lot
Make a right at K-Ville lawn
Cameron Stadium will be on your left

 

Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX

Towerview Drive
Duke Transit: C3, H5, LL, PR1, 

East Campus Bus Stop to Brodie Gym

verage Walk Time: 5 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.25 miles

Walking Directions:

From the quad, take the walkway to the left of Lilly Library
Make a right onto Brodie Gym Dr after the tennis courts 
The main entrance to Brodie Gym will be to your left


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, C5, CSW, CCX

East Campus Bus Stop to Erwin Mill

Average Walk Time: 11 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.57 miles

Walking Directions:

From the quad, take the walkway to the left of Lilly Library
Once you hit Brodie Gym Dr, continue down the sidewalk between Randolph Lot and Brodie Gym
Proceed down Perry St
Once you cross 9th St, cross through the Mill Building Lot
Erwin Mill will be the large brick building directly in front of you


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, C5, CSW, CCX

East Campus Bus Stop to Smith Warehouse

Average Walk Time: 8 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.43 miles

Walking Directions:

From East Campus quad, head down Campus Dr
Pass Main St and W Pettigrew St
Make a left on Maxwell Ave
Smith Warehouse will be the large building on your left after Sumter St


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C5, CSW, CCX

East Campus Stop to Bull City Plaza

Average Walk Time: 23 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.16 miles

Walking Directions:

Head down Campus Dr
Make a left onto W Main St
Continue past Gregson St, Duke St, and Market St
Make a left onto Corcoran St
Bull City Plaza will be on you left 


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, C5, CSW, CCX

Main Street bus stops
GoDurham: 11, BCC

Edens Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 6 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.29 miles

Walking Directions:

Head towards the right side of House 1C
Take the stairs up to Keohane Quad
Take the hallway through House 4B
Continue straight on the path and go take the hallway through House D Make a right at the quad 
The bus stop will be at the bend just past House FF


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX, H5

Environment Hall to Smith Warehouse

Average Walk Time: 40 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.96 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit the main entrance of Environment Hall and make a left
Make a right at the end of the couryard and proceed straight pass LSRC and Blue Express
Pass the courtyard and go up the stairs 
Follow the sidewalk to the right of Chapel Woods
Contine down the sidewalk pass the parking lot and the side of Duke Chapel
Head straight down Chapel Dr
At the roundabout, make a slight left onto Campus Dr
Continue past Anderson St, Alexander Ave, Oregon St and Swift Ave
After passing the bridge of the freeway, make a right onto Maxwell Ave
Smith Warehouse will be the large building on your left after Sumter St


Transit Services:

Science Drive bus stops 
Duke Transit: C3, PR1

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, CSW, CCX

Erwin Rd VA Bus Stop to Davison Hall

Average Walk Time: 8 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.41 miles

Walking Directions:

From the bus stop, walk up the driveway to Duke Hospital main entrance 
Follow the main signs through the concourse to Duke Clinics and West Campus Chapel
You will arrive at the main entrance to Davison Hall
Proceed to West Campus Quad for other destinations



Transit Services:

Erwin Rd bus stops at Duke Hospital 
Duke Transit: H5, H6
GoDurham: 11, BCC
Triangle Transit: ODX, DRX, 400/405

Duke Clinic bus stops
Duke Transit: H6, LL, PR1

Erwin/LaSalle to CIEMAS/Fitzpatrick

Average Walk Time: 10 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.54 miles

Walking Directions:

From the intersection of LaSalle St and Erwin Rd, head down S LaSalle St toward Duke University
Make a left on Circuit Dr 
Pass the stone arch in front of Environment Hall and take the stairs on the right to go down
Proceed straight pass LSRC and Blue Express 
Continue through the courtyard and take the stairs up
Make a left at the top of the stairs
When you see Hudson Hall, make a slight right to the pedestrian walkway
Entrance to CIEMAS/Fitpatrick will be on your left under the archway


Transit Services:

Erwin/LaSalle bus stops
Duke Transit: H5, H6, LL
GoDurham: 11, BCC
Triangle Transit: 400/405

Research Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C3, H6, LL, PR1

Few Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 2 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.1 miles

Walking Directions:

Take the hallway through House B 
Make a right around House B and continue down the housing quad
The bus stop will be at the bend just past House FF


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX, H5

Gross Hall to Environment Hall

Average Walk Time: 6 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.27 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Gross Hall from the side entrance and head towards the driveway
Enter French Family Science Center right across
Take the stairs to the second floor and continue straight down the hallway
Exit the building and take the stairs down to LSRC
Go through LSRC via A-Wing to arrive at Environment Hall


Transit Services:

Science Drive bus stops 
Duke Transit: C3, PR1

H Lot to Duke Hospital

Average Walk Time: 7 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.34 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit H Lot toward Flowers Dr and make a left at Erwin Rd
Continue down the sidewalk past Trent Dr and Emergency Dr
Make a left when you see a large circular driveway 
Duke Hospital main entrance will be on your left


Transit Services:

Erwin Rd bus stops at Duke Hospital 
Duke Transit: H2, H5, H6

GoDurham: 6B, 11, BCC
Triangle Transit: ODX, DRX, 400/405

Hudson Hall to Bostock Library

Average Walk Time: 3 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.15 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Hudson Hall main entrance
Make a slight left and proceed through pedestrian walkway pass Twinnie's toward Telecom Dr
Take the stairs, cross Telecom Dr and continue up the stairs
Bostock will be on your left under the archway


Transit Services:

Research Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: LL, PR1

Keohane Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 4 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.19 miles

Walking Directions:

Take the hallway through House 4B
Continue straight on the path and go take the hallway through House D Make a right at the quad 
The bus stop will be at the bend just past House FF


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX, H5

Kilgo Quad to West Campus Bus Stop

Average Walk Time: 3 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.15 miles

Walking Directions:

Take the hallway through House O and make a left
Continue down the housing quad
Make a right onto Chapel Dr
The bus stop will be at the bend 


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C4, CSW, CCX, H5

PG3 to Duke Hospital

Average Walk Time: 6 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.37 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit the parking structure towards Fulton St
Make a left onto Fulton St
Duke Hospital will be right ahead after crossing Erwin Rd
The main entrance is located near the middle of the roundabout


Transit Services:

Erwin Rd bus stops at Duke Hospital 
Duke Transit: H2, H5, H6
GoDurham: 6B, 11, BCC
Triangle Transit: ODX, DRX, 400/405

 

Perkins Library to Duke Hospital

Average Walk Time: 10 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.46 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Perkins, make a left on the lawn and proceed to Davison Hall
Enter Davison Hall main entrance and proceed down main hall
Follow signs through concourse to Duke Clinics and Duke Hospital main lobby
Upon exit to main entrance at main lobby, you will see the intersection of Erwin Rd and Fulton Rd


Transit Services:

Erwin Rd bus stops at Duke Hospital 
Duke Transit: H5, H6
GoDurham: 6B, 11, BCC
Triangle Transit: ODX, DRX, 400/405

Duke Clinic bus stops
Duke Transit: H6, LL, PR1

Perkins to Lilly Library

Average Walk Time: 37 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.89 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Perkins Library and head towards the West Campus quad lawn
Head towards Chapel Dr
Make a left onto Chapel Dr and continue down the sidewalk
At the roundabout, make a slight left onto Campus Dr
Continue pass Anderson St, Alexander Ave, Oregon St, Swift Ave, Maxwell Ave and W Main St
Make a left when you see the East Campus quad lawn 
Continue straight down the walkway
After you pass Giles Residence Hall, the main entrance to Lilly Library will be on your left


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, CSW. CCX

Main Steet bus stop
BCC

Research Dr Garage to Cameron Stadium

Average Walk Time: 16 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.83 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit towards Research Dr from the parking garage and head to your left
Make a right onto Circuit Dr at the roundabout
Take the stairs near the small parking lot to your left down towards LSRC
Make a right at the bottom of the stairs until you can turn left between Environment Hall and LSRC
Proceed straight pass LSRC and Blue Express 
Continue through the courtyard and take the stairs up
Follow the sidewalk to the right of Chapel Woods towards Bryan Center
Make your way around Bryan Center and Penn Pavillion
Continue down Union Dr
Cross the small parking lot on your left to reach Towerview Rd
Proceed down the sidewalk along Card Gym Lot 
Cameron Stadium will be to your left


Transit Services:

Research Drive/Circuit Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: H5, H6, LL, PR1

Science Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C3, PR1

Towerview Road bus stop
Duke Transit: C3

Smith Warehouse to Allen Building

Average Walk Time: 30 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 1.51 miles

Walking Directions:

Exit Smith Warehouse and head down Maxwell Ave toward Campus 
Make a left onto Campus Dr 
Continue on Campus Dr past Swift Ave, Oregon St, Alexander Ave and Anderson St
At the roundabout, make a slight right onto Chapel Dr
At the fork in the road, make a right
The Allen Building will be on your right


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, CSW, CCX

Smith Warehouse to Campus Dr bus stop

Average Walk Time: 3 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.18 miles

Walking Directions:

Upon exiting Smith Warehouse, head down Maxwell Ave towards Campus Dr to your right
Once you get to the intersection, the bus stop to East Campus will be to your left 
The bus stop to West Campus will be across the street


Transit Services:

Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, C3, CSW, CCX

West Campus Bus Stop to Parking and Transportation Services

Average Walk Time: 12 minutes

Average Walk Distance: 0.63 miles

Walking Directions:

From the main entrance to Duke Chapel, head down Chapel Dr
At the roundabout, make a slight left onto Campus Dr
After passing Anderson St, continue walking until you see the Parking and Transportation Services sign in front of the building to your left


Transit Services:

Chapel/Campus Drive bus stops
Duke Transit: C1, CSW, CCX

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Enterprise CarShare

Blackwell/Gilbert-Addoms Dorms - 1 Vehicle

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/daily).

 

To reserve one of these vehicles or become an Enterprise CarShare member, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com/duke.

Brown / Bassett Dorms - 2 Vehicles

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima and 1 Nissan Sentra available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/daily).

 

To reserve one of these vehicles, become an Enterprise CarShare member at www.enterprise.com/duke.

Bryan Center - 5 Vehicles

At this location, you'll find 1 Chevy Volt, as well as 4 non-electric vehicles (2 Nissan Sentras and 2 Nissan Altimas).  If using the the Volt, you will be required to plug the vehicle back in once you are finished using it. Prices for all vehicles are $9/hr and $66 daily

 

To become an Enterprise CarShare member and reserve one of these vehicles, visit www.enterprise.com/duke.

 

Central Campus - 2 Vehicles

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima and 1 Nissan Rogue SUV available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/day).

 

To reserve one of these vehicles or become an Enterprise CarShare member, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com/duke.

Keohane/Edens Dorms - 2 Vehicles

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima and 1 Nissan Sentra available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/day).  

 

To reserve one of these vehicles or become an Enterprise CarShare member, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com/duke.

Research Drive/Entry 11 - 1 Vehicle

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/daily).

 

To reserve one of these vehicles or become an Enterprise CarShare member, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com/duke.

Wannamaker Drive - 1 Vehicle

At this location, you'll find 1 Nissan Altima available for rent by the hour ($9/hr) or day ($66/day).

 

To reserve one of these vehicles or become an Enterprise CarShare member, visit www.enterprisecarshare.com/duke.

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Motorcycle/ Moped Parking

Alexander Ave Moped Parking

Sign Posted: No

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped

Capacity: 6 (uncovered)

Biosci Moped & ELF Parking
Ten (10) moped parking spaces are available, along with moped racks.  One ELF parking stall is also available at this location.  

Mopeds are encouraged to access this location from the Chemistry Lot, not via the sidewalk from Science Dr.
Bryan Center Garage

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Both

Capacity: 4

 

Edens Drive Moped Parking
Signed moped parking area, no racks
Fuqua Gated Lot

Sign Posted: No

Marked Spaces: 8

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 8

 

Fuqua Rear Entrance

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped

Capacity: 8

 

Fuqua Staff/Faculty Lot Moped Parking

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped

Capacity: 38 (uncovered)

Gilbert Addoms Lot

Sign Posted: No

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Both

Capacity: 9

 

 

Gilbert Addoms Moped & Motorcycle Parking
Roughly 12 moped/motorcycle parking spaces.  Unstriped area with no racks.  Signed for "Moped & Motorcycle Parking Only"
Hock Plaza Garage

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: 5

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 5

 

Medical Center Parking Garage II

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: 8

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 8

 

Employee Only

 

Medical Center Parking Garage III

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 10

 

Medical Services Lot

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 6

Physics Building/Science Lot

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Both

Capacity: 8

 

Phytotron Building

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Both

Capacity: 3

 

Research Drive Garage

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Both

Capacity: 4

 

Science Dr Moped & Motorcycle Parking
Southgate Moped & Motorcycle Parking
Signed, un-striped moped/motorcycle parking area.  No racks.  Room for roughly 5.
Telecom Drive at Fitzpatrick Building

Sign Posted: No

Marked Spaces: 16

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped Only

Capacity: 16

Towerview Dr at Gross Hall/Law School

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Motorcycle

Capacity: 12

 

Located at Towerview and Science Drive

Upper Allen Lot

Mopeds should park in this designated parking area and SHOULD NOT be parking at the bike rack in the Allen Lot for access to the West Campus Quad and nearby destinations.  Motorcycles can park in the marked, designated adjacent space.

 

Sign Posted: Yes

Marked Spaces: N/A

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped and Motorcycle

Capacity: 28

 

Located in the Allen Lot, behind Social Psychology

Wannamaker Dorm Ln Moped Parking
Moped parking only, no motorcycles.  5 striped stalls, no racks.  

Mopeds must pull up to wall - do not overhang or otherwise block fire lane. 
Yearby Ave Moped Parking

Sign Posted: No

Marked Spaces: 8

Moped or Motorcycle: Moped

Capacity: 8 (uncovered)


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East Campus Steam Plant (1925)

This functional building was constructed in order to serve the increased demand for heat in the expanded campus. It is the earliest of Abele's creations on campus.

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Lilly Library (1928)

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East Campus Residence Halls (1930)

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Baldwin Auditorium (1930)

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East Campus Union (1930)

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East Campus Academic Buildings (1930)

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Faculty Houses (1930)

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West Campus Residence Halls (1930; 1939)

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West Campus Union (1930)

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Flowers Building (1930)

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Page Auditorium (1930)

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Duke University Chapel (1932)

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Duke Divinity School and Gray Building (1930)

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Hudson Hall Engineering Building (1939)

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Physics Building (1949)

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Cameron Indoor Stadium (1939)

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Wallace Wade Stadium (1929)

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William R. Perkins Library (1930; 1948)

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Languages Building (1930)

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Professional Schools (1930)

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West Campus Academic Buildings (1930)

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Allen Building (1954)

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