Those participating in Duke University Summer Session courses on campus are expected to be fully vaccinated and have results from a negative COVID PCR test within 72 hours of coming to campus. Students should have these records with them on campus and be prepared to provide proof if requested.

Credit Course Options

Credit Options for Rising 11th & 12th Grade Students

Are you a current 10th or 11th grade student (2021-2022 school year) who is interested in the opportunity to earn college credit by taking a Duke University course this summer?

Choose from courses across the arts and sciences! Select six-week courses for credit are available to academically qualified students in Summer Session Term 2 (June 27–August 7). Participants must be 16-years-old by the first day of the term (June 27) to enroll. There are no exceptions to this university policy.

Credit options for high school students include courses at Duke University for local commuter students and online courses for non-commuters, including international high school students.

If you are interested in a non-credit residential experience at Duke, please visit the Duke Pre-College website.