Duke University is a private institution founded in 1838. A total of 6,682 students are enrolled, and the facility is Suburban. It uses a semester-based academic calendar. The Duke University ranking in the Best Colleges 2020 edition is National Universities, # 10. Tuition fees are $ 58,198 (2019-20).
Durham, North Carolina, which surrounds the Duke campus, offers a variety of activities, including shopping, dining, and entertainment. The nickname “Bull City” comes from the Bull Durham Tobacco of the Blackwell Tobacco Company.
The students of Duke have to live on campus for the first three years, and the freshman students live together on the East Campus. The Duke Blue Devils are in a vicious rivalry with the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Tar Heels – and are best known for their outstanding men’s basketball program, which is one of the five most successful college basketball programs in the country.
About 30 percent of the student body is associated with Greek life, which includes nearly 40 brotherhoods and sisterhoods.
|School Type||Private, Co-ed|
|2018 Endowment||$8 Billion+|
|Opportunity||Ranked #10 University|
Duke University is divided into ten schools and colleges, many of which are suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students. Graduate programs include the prestigious Fuqua School of Business, the Pratt School of Engineering, the School of Law, the School of Medicine, the Sanford School of Public Policy, and the School of Nursing.
Duke also offers graduate programs through his prestigious Divinity School and Nicholas School of the Environment.
The ratio between students and faculty at Duke University is 6: 1, and the school has 71.4 percent of their classes with fewer than 20 students. The most popular major subjects at Duke University are: Computer Science; Econometrics and quantitative economics; Public order analysis, general; Biology / life sciences, general; and psychology, in general. The average student enrollment rate, an indicator of student satisfaction, is 98 percent.
The Robertson Scholars Leadership Program is the most prestigious Duke scholarship available to students offered at both Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It provides about 18 students from each class a four-year scholarship and the opportunity to use unique academic and extracurricular opportunities at both universities.
Notable alumnus includes former US Congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul, Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and NBA player Carlos Boozer.