Is there a summer session at Duke University?

Is there a summer session at Duke University?

Duke Summer Session 2021 will include a combination of credit-bearing in-person and remotely delivered classes. Summer Session courses are open to currently enrolled Duke undergraduate students, DKU undergraduate students, and undergraduate students at other universities (i.e., not seeking their degree at Duke).

Who is the director of Continuing Studies at Duke University?

Duke employees and area residents who wish to take courses in the arts and sciences for credit on a nondegree basis, or as an auditor, do so through Duke’s Office of Continuing Studies. The director of Academic Services for Continuing Studies students is Kim Price; she may be contacted at [email protected] or (919) 684-5375.

What do you study at Duke Divinity School?

Duke Divinity School cooperates with the General Board to offer the Course of Study program each summer and on weekends (see Weekend Course of Study) throughout the academic year in an effort to train faithful and effective leaders for pastoral ministry.

Where do I Send my Duke Cos transcript?

Students complete Basic COS and Advanced COS throughout the year. If you intend to complete the Course of Study program this year, you will need to send a copy of your official transcript and a brief email to Barbara Campbell at [email protected] Our summer sessions will continue in an online format with 5 weeks of instruction.

Are there summer residential programs at Duke University?

There will be no residential programs for summer 2021, but interested families with students in grades 6-8 can access virtual course offerings through Duke University Youth Programs this summer.

When does Duke University start the tip program?

TIP families interested in an academic experience offered by Duke in the Summer of 2021 are encouraged to review an exciting suite of virtual course offerings administered by Duke University Youth Programs (https://learnmore.duke.edu/youth) for students in grades 6-8.

What is the Talent Identification Program at Duke University?

The Duke University Talent Identification Program is a nonprofit organization that supports academically talented students in grades four through twelve.

Is there a pre college program at Duke University?

The Duke University Pre-College (https://learnmore.duke.edu/precollege/all-programs) team has also developed a diverse selection of rigorous virtual course offerings this summer for students in grades 9-12.