Duke officials continue to monitor the path of Hurricane Florence, now a category 4 storm that is expected to make landfall on Thursday between northern South Carolina and the Outer Banks in North Carolina. In a message to the Duke community on Tuesday, Duke University President Vincent E. Price said that Duke’s first priority is… Read more »

Due to potential storm impact from Hurricane Florence, Duke has decided to cancel all classes after 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. In order to ensure essential operations during this time, Duke will activate the severe weather and emergency condition policy beginning at noon on Thursday, Sept. 13. All Duke Health clinics will remain open under… Read more »

Duke is conducting a test of the various communication tools of the DukeALERT notification system. As part of our ongoing safety efforts, we encourage you to download and a new mobile safety app called Duke LiveSafe. The app is a free download for Apple and Android devices that allows you to virtually escort your friends… Read more »

Duke is conducting a test of the various communication tools of the DukeALERT notification system. As part of this test, we ask you to review the guidelines for how to respond in the event of an active shooter. Duke has posted a video focusing on how to mitigate potential violence on campus and what individuals… Read more »

The following updates are reported at this time Friday: Due to road conditions, some buses are delayed or detoured: The C1 (East-West) and CSW: Smith Warehouse have a delayed start this morning. The H2 and H6 are bypassing Duke North; the H5 is bypassing Hock Plaza, and the LaSalle Loop is bypassing Campus Walk and Morreene…. Read more »

The following transit and parking updates are reported at this time: The C1 (East-West) bus will stop running at 8 p.m. Thursday. The CCX will stop running at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, weather permitting. The Parking Garage 3 shuttle to Duke Medicine Pavilion stops running at 8 p.m. Thursday. Van Services is not in operation. Duke… Read more »

The severe weather and emergency conditions policy has been extended to 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19, and all classes beginning before 10 a.m. are canceled. Duke will return to normal operations afterward. All hospital-based clinics at Duke University Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital, and Duke Raleigh Hospital will operate on a normal schedule Friday. All off-site PDC clinics,… Read more »

The CCX Central Campus Express bus is now running, however, due to road conditions, the bus is not servicing Yearby Avenue. Also in service today are the C1 bus (East-West) and the Parking Garage 3 shuttle to Duke Medicine Pavilion. As temperatures drop late this afternoon, these buses may stop running due to road conditions…. Read more »

Due to road conditions, campus transit service is limited Thursday morning. The C1 bus (East-West) and the Parking Garage 3 shuttle to Duke Medicine Pavilion are only running at this time. For real-time campus transit schedules, please visit TransLoc. In other updates: The Marketplace on East Campus will be open Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-11 a.m…. Read more »

The severe weather and emergency conditions policy has been extended to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18 and all classes will be canceled. All PDC off-site clinics will be closed on Thursday. Duke University Hospital Clinics: Most DUH clinics will be closed all day Thursday; however, the following critical ambulatory services will remain open: Oncology All Cancer Center… Read more »