AGE aims to get students thinking about what aging means in our society and how we can improve the process of aging for our loved ones, the greater community, and ourselves through educational outreach and community service.
The Admissions Ambassadors are student volunteers who assist the Admissions Office by representing Duke as only current undergraduates can.
AAG is a student organization that volunteers with the residents of Durham Nursing & Rehabilitation Center every Saturday from 10am-12pm. Activities range from BINGO to cooking! Transportation is provided!!
This is a group of Seventh Day Adventist students who meet in fellowship for bible study, church services, outreach, and provide support to those within and without of their communities.
ACC facilitates regular discourse among Duke students about Africa's social, political and economic development. ACC seeks to accomplish this goal by holding biweekly meetings centered on various African topics.
AEI is a student organization with the goal of promoting greater interdisciplinary collaboration among the members of the Duke community working with environmental issues in Africa.
Agape Campus Christian Fellowship exists in order to provide students a place to worship Jesus Christ, to grow as individuals and as a community, and to impact this generation for the glory of God.
All of the Above (AOTA) is an annual theatrical production comprised of monologues written, performed, and directed by Duke women about Duke life.
Phi Alpha Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi
The Omicron Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi is a diverse group of women that share a passion for sisterhood, service, life-long learning, and, of course, fun!