Stay in touch!
Keep connected with your classmates and your alumni association.
If you've graduated from Duke in the last decade, then you're what we classify as a young alumnus or alumna. We have designed programs especially for you, whether you're entering the work force or settling into your first home with your new family.
The DAA is committed to providing beneficial, relevant career services to the alumni body, including networking and industry advice
In response to the economic downturn, the DAA has begun hosting a series of online conversations with knowledgeable Duke alumni to answer questions relating to "what to do now"
Duke Blue Connections
Stay informed about Duke news, events, and opportunities through the bi-monthly e-newsletter Duke Blue Connections
Recently finish a degree, finish a house, marry, move? Let your fellow alumni (and the DAA) know by updating your profile, posting Class Notes, and sharing photos
Give and get advice and guidance about careers, life stages, and so on as one of the 4,500+ alumni volunteers in our online networking database
Get in touch with your regional network to Get in touch with your regional club to learn about Duke alumni events in your area and meet local Dukies
Learn about the many volunteer opportunities available to Duke alumni both on- and off-campus
Add @alumni.duke.edu to your name and you'll be connected for life (this is a forwarding service and does not replace your current e-mail provider)
Forever Duke Welcome Parties are a great way to meet fellow alumni in your city! Events take place around the world in the early fall
Come back to campus for fall football, the NPHC Step Show, the President's Dance, the Young Alumni/Senior Class Party, and much more
Return to Duke for your reunion weekend, a university-wide celebration that takes place in mid-April