The Student Success programs and resources offered by the Office of Undergraduate Education gives students the tools, support, and guidance needed to unlock their full academic potential. Need a study group? Exploring options for your major? OUE has you covered.
Student Success Offices and Programs
The Academic Advising Center is committed to encouraging students to continually engage in a process of reflection and self-assessment, and guiding students through the integration of curricular, co-curricular and personal choices into a meaningful life script.
Office ContactAcademic Advising Center
The Academic Guides program integrates academic coaching and advising into the fabric of the Duke campus residential experience. Part of a new residential staffing vision, Academic Guides are available to support students where they live and learn.
Office ContactAcademic Guides
The Academic Resource Center offers a variety of programs and services to support the academic work of all Duke undergraduates. Students may receive highly individualized support through any of the three ARC programs.
Office ContactAcademic Resource Center
As of January 2020, Duke is serving undergraduate students registered with the Student Disability Access Office who have been granted testing accommodations. Students must be enrolled in a course with a professor who uses the Testing Center to provide accommodations and will schedule in advance to take their Duke course exams in the proctored environment at the center.
Office ContactJessica Farmer
Time Away aims to empower students to take time-off when they feel it is necessary to align their personal and academic paths, enable them to seek time away with minimal administrative burden, and engages them while providing connection and support to facilitate a successful return.