Financial aid
Financial Aid
Financial aid

Opportunity in education for every admitted student.

students

Giving to –

excellence and equity. 

Duke is in a rare-class of universities committed to admitting students regardless of their ability to pay. Gifts to support financial aid ensure the best and brightest always have a spot at Duke. 

The Duke commitment

Financial resources should never be a barrier to any students’ enrollment. Discover how Duke continues its tradition of need-blind admissions, meeting the demonstrated need of every student.

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Philanthropy Is Best as a Team: Sarah Redfield Ryland ’87, P’20, P’22

The Duke Women’s Impact Network (WIN) is dedicated to celebrating and accelerating the power of women’s philanthropy, a passion of Sarah Redfield Ryland ’87. She and her husband Kyle Trivitt…

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Philanthropy Is Best as a Team: Sarah Redfield Ryland ’87, P’20, P’22
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Made Possible by Reggie

It was late spring and a procession of eager undergraduates and their families had gathered in Wallace Wade Stadium waiting for the commencement of the Class of 1978 to begin. Moments later, the…

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Made Possible by Reggie
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Meet Rubenstein Scholar Yodit Gebretsadik

The David M. Rubenstein Scholars Program is a national model for…

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Meet Rubenstein Scholar Yodit Gebretsadik
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Go team! On research and innovation 

Bold innovation requires imagination, patience – and most importantly, teamwork.

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Go team! On research and innovation 
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Beloved chemistry mentor’s influence lives on

Chemistry is a creative discipline between biology and physics. For many students aiming to become scientists, it’s an exciting field.

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Beloved chemistry mentor’s influence lives on
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Boosting Indian business students in a big way

As a graduate student at The Fuqua School of Business, one of the things Javed Tapia M.B.A.’91, P’19, P’21 harnessed was how best to maximize his entrepreneurial aspirations.

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Boosting Indian business students in a big way
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Nursing care: from North Carolina to Guatemala

Scholarships at Duke University School of Nursing allow the best and brightest students to attend regardless of their ability to pay.

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Nursing care: from North Carolina to Guatemala
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Mentoring makes a future physician assistant’s path clear

For Melanie Rogers, a student in the Duke Physician Assistant Program, becoming a health care professional was her dream career path ever since a pediatrician provided vital care for her when she…

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Mentoring makes a future physician assistant’s path clear
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Top of mind: young alum makes planned gift in support of student experience

Getting students out of the classroom and into the world — that was the university’s bold idea behind launching DukeEngage in 2007. Ever since, it has given Duke undergraduates the opportunity to…

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Top of mind: young alum makes planned gift in support of student experience
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Scholarships to expand the vision of love and peace

Scholarships and fellowships ensure students at the Duke Divinity School have the critical funding they need to become innovative Christian leaders for the church and the world.…

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Scholarships to expand the vision of love and peace
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Fighting for the purity of our planet

Our world is rapidly changing. Not just for people, but also the environment.

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Fighting for the purity of our planet
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Making ministerial aspirations real

When it comes to making a difference in young peoples’ lives, it’s often hard to predict where a mentor can have the most impact.

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Making ministerial aspirations real

At Duke, 52% of undergraduate students do not pay the full cost.