A campus visit is the perfect way to get a sense for our culture, surroundings, and the wealth of opportunities available at the Nicholas School. We host an annual Visitation Day for prospective students and we are happy to arrange individual visits on other days throughout the year. We hope to see you soon!
PROSPECTIVE STUDENT VISITATION DAY
We host an on-campus visitation day each academic year and we encourage prospective students to attend. It's a great way to learn more about the Nicholas School and Duke University communities. Students will also have an opportunity to interact with Nicholas School faculty, staff, and students.
Next Visitation day is January 9, 2015 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Register for this session now >
ARRANGING AN INDIVIDUAL VISIT
We are happy to arrange individual visits for those who cannot attend our Visitation Day. You’ll have an opportunity to see our facilities, meet with admissions staff, visit classes, and meet faculty and current students (if school is in session).
When to Visit
Visits are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays only. We recommend visiting when school is in session (consult the Academic Calendar) so you can have the chance to attend classes and meet faculty and students. However, admissions officers are available to meet with prospective students year-round if you can’t make it during the school year.
Fall 2014 Term
- October 10-14 Fall Break
- November 25 Thanksgiving Break and Graduate Classes End
- December 2 NSOE Fall MP Symposium
- December 9-14 Final Exam Period
- December 24-31 Holiday Closing
Spring 2015 Term
- January 1-2 New Year’s and Holiday Closing
- March 6-15 Spring Break
- March 20-21 Admitted Students Weekend
- April 2-3 Master’s Project Symposium
How to Schedule Your Visit
Individual visits must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance. Please submit a request here.
GETTING HERE & GETTING AROUND
We hope you’ll make the most of your visit by exploring Duke, Durham, and our surrounding areas. Here are some resources to help you get started.
Guides & Attractions