Tools & Services

The Duke Alumni Card

Use the alumni card to access perks ranging from on-campus parking to library access, gym passes, and free admission to the Nasher Museum of Art. We also will soon allow you to "swipe in" with the card at select DAA events.

Online directory

Update your profile so your classmates know where you’re working and living and what interests you share with them. Find long-lost Duke friends, post class notes, or reach out to network with members of the Duke family. Our online directory makes it easy.

  • If you are not receiving DAA emails, or have opted-out to receive emails from the Duke Alumni Association, and would like back in, please complete this opt-in form.

Resources for Duke students

Even before you graduate, Duke Alumni Association is here for you. We organize Homecoming, and we’ll help you get career advice, find alums who were part of your campus activities and organizations – even honor your favorite professor. Check out everything we can do for you.

Alumni conversations

Knowledgeable Duke alums or staff members host webinars about managing your career and navigating the common concerns that confront alumni at different stages of their lives. Watch archived presentations, or make plans to participate live.

Alumni Interview Management System

Have you volunteered to interview prospective Duke students? Access our online tool that conveniently manages the entire process for you. Watch a short video about signing in with your online directory ID.

Volunteer training materials

We work hard to make it easy for you to contribute your time and talent to Duke and to Duke Alumni Association activities, and we won’t send you out there unprepared. Here’s the place to find training materials before you get started.

Alumni library access

Your Alumni Card gives you privileges at the Perkins Library system and the Divinity School Library, as well as online article databases: EBSCO Academic Search Alumni Edition, JSTOR, and ProQuest ABI/Inform Complete. To access them, log into the online directory and click on the "Research Resources" link.