Help

If you have questions, please reach out to KeepExploring@duke.edu.

Academic Advising Office

The Academic Advising Center (AAC) oversees academic advising for Trinity students until they declare their major during sophomore year. College advisors are now offering virtual advising meetings. AAC staff are also available to students for virtual meetings should they have difficulty connecting with their advisor or simply want additional input. Directors of Academic Engagement (DAEs) continue to schedule appointments to help undergraduates of all years and majors with long-term planning.

https://advising.duke.edu/

Academic Resource Center (ARC)

The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is available to help undergraduate students stay on track this summer with courses, remote internships, co-curricular and experiential opportunities, and more. Learning consultations and peer tutoring are being offered online throughout the summer. You can also attend scheduled chats on Zoom to learn strategies for staying on track, or use Study Connect, to find other students in your classes who are interested in forming virtual study groups, silent Zoom study sessions or GRE prep groups.

https://arc.duke.edu/

Career Centers

Check with your individual school’s Career Center for even more opportunities!

Student Disability Access Office

The Student Disability Access Office (SDAO) will continue to be available to ensure that students are able to engage with their courses and related assignments. Students should be in touch with the Student Disability Access Office to request or update accommodations under these circumstances.

https://access.duke.edu/students

Technical support

For immediate technical assistance contact the OIT Service Desk through the web, email (help@oit.duke.edu) or phone: (919) 684-2200.