If you have been accepted into Duke Summer College, you must submit the following items before attending our program. It is critical that we receive these materials on or before the deadlines listed below. Failure to submit these in a timely manner may prevent you from attending Summer College.
Due within Two Weeks of Acceptance:
- $500 Non-Refundable Deposit
Due on or before April 15, 2020:
- Remaining Program Fee Balance
Due on or before May 14, 2020
The following items will be submitted via CampDoc.com no later than May 14, 2020. Once your deposit has been processed, you will receive an email with information about how to access your CampDoc.com profile. You will need to complete and/or submit the following documents:
- Medical Forms including proof of health insurance (see note below)
- Signed Participation Agreement
- Proof of US-Based Medical Insurance (see note below)
- Students Living Outside of the United States: TB Test Results from a serum or blood test taken within the last year.
- Waiver for the Millenium Sports Club if you choose to use the gym.
Due One Month before Arrival:
- Complete the travel survey which will be available in the spring of 2020.
All participants are required to have health insurance that is written by a U.S.-based company. Short-term health insurance is offered by many U.S. companies such as CampDoc and is needed to pay for any medical attention participants may need. You can purchase coverage directly through your CampDoc account by clicking on the "Protection Plan" link after signing in.
While travel insurance may assist participants with travel costs in the event of an emergency, it will not satisfy Duke Summer Session’s medical insurance requirement, as many policies do not cover medical bills. Participants will be required to submit proof of U.S.-based health insurance prior to their arrival to campus.
Another option is USI Affinity Travel Services (www.travelinsure.com).