Duke University Summer Session

Summer Session 2015

Maximize your summer, broaden your college experience, and join with more than 1,100 Duke undergraduates and 400 visiting students to experience the 2015 Duke Summer Session.

Take advantage of the relaxed summer atmosphere to explore the vibrant academics offered by a premier research university.  Select a traditional 6-week term to focus upon one or two classes.  Or immerse yourself in a single course in a 4-week intensive term.  And don’t forget to sample the richness of Durham, North Carolina, and environs.  Investigate the incredible local food scene.  Enjoy Durham Bulls’ ballgames, American Dance Festival performances, and free Friday evening downtown concerts.  Sneak away for a weekend at the Carolina coast or the mountains – or both.  Or just relax and unwind any day in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens, located in the center of campus.

Explore…focus…immerse.  Duke Summer Session welcomes –

Enroll in Summer Session 2015 and join us for an unforgettable summer.

Art History 290S - The Visual Culture of News, Past and Present

ARTHIST (Art History) 290S The Visual Culture of News, Past and Present. Does news affect us differently if we watch it on YouTube, on PerezHilton.com, or on The Daily Show, or if we read it in The New York Times or as a blog post? Do we feel that…

Summer College and Summer Academy for High School Students are now accepting applications.

Duke's undergraduate Summer Session registration is now open! View our prospective course list.

NEW: For college students only - Duke's Summer Housing Application is now online.

Term 1 2015

  • May 13 - June 25 (6-week term)
  • May 13 - June 6 (4-week term)

Term 2 2015

  • June 29 - August 9 (6-week term)
  • July 7- July 30 (4-week term)