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Student Reviews of Duke University

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based on 67 reviews
  • Student at Duke

    At Duke I feel like there are so many opportunities waiting for me. There's a very active student body involved in all sorts of activities like sports, community service, publications, etc. The campus feels alive. As for the social atmosphere, it's… more read full review

    At Duke I feel like there are so many opportunities waiting for me. There's a very active student body involved in all sorts of activities like sports, community service, publications, etc. The campus feels alive. As for the social atmosphere, it's pretty diverse. People have many different sides. For example, you can have intellectual conversations with the same person who plays beer pong with you every weekend. Bookworms aren't afraid to party hard, though sometimes people who like to party aren't receptive to academic talk outside of the classroom. If you don't like the party scene, you can definitely find your niche, though it may take a semester or even longer. read full review

  • Sophomore from Florida

    The students and faculty at Duke are extremely receptive and interesting people. There is never a boring day as long as you take the time to get to know those around you. Everyone is from around the world, which has really opened my eyes to… more read full review

    The students and faculty at Duke are extremely receptive and interesting people. There is never a boring day as long as you take the time to get to know those around you. Everyone is from around the world, which has really opened my eyes to different perspectives and cultures. We have a great Greek life, sports program, and events of all sorts every day of the week. The campus is beautiful and the Raleigh-Durham area is an exciting regions, especially with UNC and NC State both within a 20 minute drive. However, as I'm one of the few students who migrated north for college (I would say a large percentage of the population is from the Northeast), I detest the frigid, cold, windy, and rainy winters. read full review

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Duke University Scholarships

Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
$37,630 Y
$47,810 Y
$47,810 Y
$47,810 Y
$47,810 Y
$47,810 Y
$47,810 Y Y
$8,000 Y