FAQs about DAA's Response to COVID-19

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What is the latest information on Duke events?
During this very challenging year, Duke continues to monitor the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic and to make decisions with the health and safety of all community members in mind. As a result, Duke Alumni Affairs and Development will not host any in-person events—both on campus or in our alumni communities throughout the world—through the remainder of 2020.
 
Will the event moratorium date be extended again?
We don't know yet, but it is possible. Please stay tuned by visiting alumni.duke.edu and Duke's COVID-19 Response site.
 
What is the update on Reunions Weekend 2020?
Reunions Weekend has been canceled for 2020. Please stay tuned for more information about a virtual reunion experience for your class.
 
Will events continue to be rescheduled or cancelled?
All new events, both on campus and in our alumni communities around the world, will be hosted virtually. There will be no in-person events for the remainder of 2020. The most up-to-date information about DAA events will be posted on our website alumni.duke.edu.
 
What is Duke doing to help students?
An extensive FAQ with numerous resources for students can be found at keeplearning.duke.edu.
 
Can we shift the focus of our Duke Alums Engage service efforts to helping people impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic?
The DAA Regional Team is exploring service opportunities for alumni to help the most vulnerable people in their communities during this unprecedented time.