The severe weather policy for Duke University and Duke University Health System will be in effect as of 7 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 26. All staff in “Essential Service” positions should report to work or remain at work. The gates to all Duke parking garages and lots will be open during this time for use by… Read more »

Duke officials are closely monitoring current weather conditions.  Snow began falling in Durham a short time ago but is not expected to result in major accumulations. The university is continuing to operate under a normal schedule, with exams and other activities taking place as planned. Duke’s severe weather and emergency conditions policy is NOT currently… Read more »

Duke is operating on a normal schedule. The severe weather and emergency conditions policy is not in effect, and Duke will be open as usual, with classes, exams and other business proceeding on schedule. Crews have been and will continue work spreading a salt and sand mixture on designated walkways and clearing other surfaces as… Read more »

Duke officials are closely monitoring current weather conditions. The latest forecasts indicate a possibility of snow and sleet in the Triangle area beginning 6 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 16. Duke does not currently expect to activate its severe weather and emergency conditions policy. Unless conditions change unexpectedly, Duke will be open as usual on Thursday, with… Read more »

Duke is conducting a test today of the various communication tools in its DukeALERT notification system. If this were an actual emergency, this website would provide you with timely information about the situation. For future reference, please remember to visit this site in an emergency. During an emergency, you’ll find a link to this site… Read more »

Hurricane Earl left no significant damage to the Marine Lab at Beaufort, and the lab is open for business as usual Friday, said Lab Director Cindy Van Dover. Student residents, who were evacuated prior to the storm’s arrival, may return at will; meal service will resume at dinner this evening and classes will resume on… Read more »

As Hurricane Earl barrels toward the Outer Banks of North Carolina, all undergraduate students at the Duke University Marine Lab in Beaufort must leave Pivers Island by 2 p.m. Thursday, followed by all faculty and staff at 4 p.m. Cindy Van Dover, Marine Lab director, said that barring significant storm damage and extended power outages,… Read more »

With the path of Hurricane Earl expected to pass by Pivers Island, undergraduate students and visitors at the Duke University Marine Lab in Beaufort will be relocated Thursday as a precaution. About 27 students will leave Beaufort by 2 p.m. Thursday, ahead of tropical storm or hurricane conditions forecasted for early Friday. Housing will be… Read more »

Duke is conducting a test today of the various communication tools in its DukeALERT notification system. If this were an actual emergency, this website would provide you with timely information about the situation. For future reference, please remember to visit this site in an emergency. During an emergency, you’ll find a link to this site… Read more »

Durham Police on Thursday afternoon called off their search on the Duke campus for a suspect who was wanted in connection with an off-campus armed robbery Thursday morning. The suspect, who was potentially armed, was last seen running into the woods behind the R. David Thomas Center on Duke’s West Campus shortly before noon. As a… Read more »