Welcome, Duke alumni. You’re home.
As a Duke alum, you’re part of one of the most powerful networks in the world, a community of 160,000 that includes leaders and innovators in every field. This site is your gateway to that family – your family. You can use it to catch up with old friends, make new contacts and discover countless ways to stay connected with Duke and your fellow alumni.
With profiles of more than 150,000 alumni, this is the only place that gives you access to the entire Duke alumni community. You can search for alumni in your city or your line of work, or find someone who shares your interests.
Our new site consolidates the old Alumni Directory, DukeConnect, regional sites and professional school directories. It’s all here in one place – one site to sign up for events, search for classmates, follow groups and update your profile.
Want to hear from one of your favorite professors? Find a place to watch the big game? Or just talk with someone who understands tenting? Here you’ll find a full calendar of Duke alumni events happening in cities from New York to New Delhi.
Use groups to find alumni who have common interests or Duke affiliations. Many groups host events or have other opportunities to get involved. And if you don’t see one you like, you can always start your own.
Who married whom? Who got that big promotion? Who climbed K2? This is the place to find the latest about your classmates’ career and life achievements – and where you can let others know what peaks you’ve reached in your life.
Pay it forward to students and young alumni by volunteering to share career advice or interview prospective students.
Alumni all over the world say they want to connect with fellow Dukies because it opens their world to new ideas and opportunities. This is a community of infinite possibilities – so let’s get going!
Get in and get connected
Ready to connect with your Duke community? Great – let’s get your account registered so you can start connecting.
Alumni interviewers: If you’ve registered recently for AIMS, you can skip this step and use your new AIMS login to access the site.
Help Center and FAQs
The Duke Alumni Help Center contains help documentation, policies, and procedures for the Duke Alumni website [alumni.duke.edu] and associated services, including AIMS, the Alumni Directory, Reunions and Events, and more. If you are experiencing an issue or have a question not addressed on this site, please contact us.