The following compliance resources offer expertise, resources, policies & procedures and training to the Duke academic community related to:
The Provost is the chief academic officer responsible to the President for all aspects of Duke University’s academic and research mission. The Provost:
- encourages academic individuality and exploration
- maintains and improves university wide academic quality
- manages faculty appointments and promotions
- leads the University’s strategic planning
- is involve in admissions, financial aid, IT and all other facets of the university which affects academics.
Confidentiality of Student Records
Confidentiality of student records is regulated by FERPA, the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act which:
- affords students the opportunity to inspect their education records
- limits disclosure of student education information to others unless written student consent is given, and
- provides students with the opportunity to make corrections to their education records.
Disability Management Services (DMS) is a central clearinghouse on disability-related information at Duke University and Duke University Health System.
Export Controls relate to Federal and other governmental restrictions on the export and/or sharing of information and materials internationally or with foreign nationals.
Duke's Financial Aid office is dedicated to exploring solutions for each family’s unique financial situation to aid families in determining the best way to make college affordable.
Duke Athletics has a number of responsibilities related to NCAA regulations that pertain to student athletes and their interactions with the Duke community and its supporters. The Athletics Compliance Office can provide guidance and assistance to any member of the Duke community with questions related to student athletes.
The Office of the University Registrar supports Duke’s educational goals by:
- offering advice and training on privacy to faculty and staff
- maintaining an accurate and detailed student record’s database
- offering advice and guidance regarding academic policies and procedures
- providing academic data support and transcript requests
- providing student registration and classroom scheduling
- providing faculty and administrative support services
The Student Affairs Division seeks to provide resources to, support, and enrich each student’s educational experience through the cooperation and collaboration of the following divisions:
- Campus Life
- Career Center
- Counseling & Psychological Services
- Dean of Students
- Residence Life & Housing Services
- Student Health
- Resource Administration