What benefits am I offered as a Duke University alumnus/a?

Exclusive Campus Access

  • Duke Lemur Center: Discounted admission
  • Nasher Museum of Art: Free museum admission (does not include special ticketed exhibitions)
  • Duke Rec Centers: Five free visits each calendar year to Wilson, Brodie or Card recreation centers and discounted memberships at Duke Health and Fitness Center and campus recreation centers
  • Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club and the JB Duke Hotel: Access to a year-round discount and exclusive benefits. Experience attentive service and indulgent accommodations while you visit Duke.

Exclusive Campus Services

  • Park on Campus: Visiting campus? Alumni can request a parking pass and park free on evenings and weekends in select campus lots
  • Duke Libraries: Borrowing privileges at Perkins and Divinity School libraries, plus access to select online databases
  • Duke Career Center: Career services for alumni within four years of graduation

Exceptional Discounts

  • Duke Stores: 20% discount on clothing and gifts in on-campus store (limit one discount per year, regularly priced items only)
  • Cornell Club of New York: Special Duke access to club, memberships and privileges
  • Career Coaching: It’s not always easy to discern the best next step in your career. This group of Duke alumni work as career coaches and offer special rates and services for fellow alums.

Preferred Insurance Providers

  • Nationwide: We've partnered with Nationwide to offer exclusive alumni discounts on a range of insurance products, including auto, home, pet and motorcycle insurance. To learn more, visit our Nationwide partner site or call (888) 231-4870.
  • Meyer & Associates: Specialty insurance programs are for alumni and their families, including life, health, travel, long-term care, accidental death and special event insurance.


For a complete list of benefits offered to Duke alumni, visit this page.

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