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Admissions Ambassadors is composed of undergraduate students interested in serving as admissions volunteers in a variety of ways, including hosting prospective stuedents, serving as a tour guide, participating in a Duke Night, visiting their respective
Adopt a Grandparent is a student community service organization comprised of students who volunteer with the elderly in Durham at a public nursing home and rehabilitation center within walking distance from West Campus. The mission of
The Adventist Christian Fellowship is a campus ministry of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. We bring together Duke Adventists, have small group on-campus meeting and large group association with Triangle ACF groups from neighboring campus ministries.
ACC meets once every two weeks to discuss current events on the African continent. Each meeting includes a short presentation and discussion. The focus is to encourage conversation surrounding issues and events pertinent to Africa.
The African Environment Initiative (AEI) seeks to connect students, faculty, staff, and Durham community members with an interest in the environment, ecology, and rich natural history of Africa.
Agape Campus Christian Fellowship is an evangelical campus ministry that seeks to worship God in spirit and truth and to love others in response to His unconditional love.
Aikido Club promotes and furthers the martial arts of Aikido at Duke University. The Aikido Club seeks to accomplish its goals by hosting practice and attending Aikido Seminars.
Since its inception in 1832 at Hamilton College, the fraternity of Alpha Delta Phi has initiated more than 50,000 members over 29 chapters nationwide. The Delta Phi Alpha chapter of Alpha Delta Phi was founded at Duke University in 2006.
First. Finest. Forever. Founded in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is the first secret society for women and the first sorority at Duke University. Everyday, our sisters demonstrate the highest qualities of friendship, loyalty, and strength of character that lie