Duke Alumni Events Information (updated July 27, 2020):

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. 
We know this is disappointing news, but just because we aren't meeting in person doesn't mean we won't be able to connect. Our DAA team is working on a full lineup of virtual events and programming, and there will be many opportunities to get together with fellow Dukies for connecting, networking and learning together. We look forward to seeing you online very soon.
  • Duke has established a planning process to evaluate the range of options for the reopening of campus and the restarting of events and activities. To that end, an in-person Reunions Weekend has been canceled for 2020. Please check back on DukeReunions.com for the most up-to-date information including information regarding a virtual reunion experience for your class.
  • There will be no in-person regional events held throughout the remainder of 2020; all remaining events in 2020 will be held virtually. For more information, please email regional@daa.duke.edu.
  • There will be no in-person Lifelong Learning events throughout the remainder of 2020; all remaining events in 2020 will be held virtually. For more information, please email education@daa.duke.edu.
  • For questions about Duke Travels, please contact Beth Ray-Schroeder '83, director, at beth@daa.duke.edu.
  • The Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center reamins closed. For questions, email daa@daa.duke.edu.
Please note that the majority of Duke’s campus has limited access, and we are not encouraging visitors. We respectfully ask that you do not visit campus if, within the last 14 days, you have:
  • Traveled to or from any at-risk locations
  • Have had close contact with someone known to have traveled from at-risk locations