Interinstitutional - Students from Other Campuses Visiting Duke

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Students wishing to register for a Duke University course through the Interinstitutional Registration Program should contact the registrar's office of their home institution for instructions regarding initial registration procedures. Visiting interinstitutional students cannot participate in the online registration process at Duke.

Students should submit their Interinstitutional Approval Form to their home institution giving ample time for review/action prior to the beginning of classes at Duke. Priority for registration for all Duke University courses is given to Duke students. Interinstitutional students are assigned to available class seats beginning on the first day of drop/add. Interinstitutional students are not included on wait lists.

Visiting students should review the Duke University Academic Calendar before requesting enrollment. Students graduating concurrently with interinstitutional enrollment should pay particular attention to the Duke University Exam Schedule.

Registration Deadlines

Visiting students should observe and follow the registration deadlines, including drop/add, of their home institution.

Permission Required

Please pay close attention when looking up a course, to the "Enrollment Information" in the "Class Detail" to determine if instructor consent is required to enroll. To register for a course that requires instructor consent, students must obtain a permission number from the instructor. The permission number must be listed on the Interinstitutional Approval Form when it is submitted to the Duke University Office of the University Registrar. Verbal permission is not acceptable. During the last week of the Drop/Add period, a permission number is required to register for all Law, Nursing and undergraduate courses.

Confirmation of Enrollment

Confirmation of class enrollment will be sent to the email address on the Interinstitutional Approval Form. The notification will include all pertinent information relating to registration and auxiliary services.

Access to DukeHub/Sakai

Within 48 hours after you receive your confirmation of enrollment students will receive an email from OIT (Office of Information Technology) that will include a link for a student to receive a NetID and password which will enable the student to access DukeHub and Sakai. If enrollment is completed after classes have started, students will not have access to DukeHub and Sakai. Course materials (syllabi, homework assignments, etc.) are available only in DukeHub and Sakai. 

Tuition

Charges for courses taken at Duke will be billed to the student's account at the home institution according to the rates at the home institution. There may be special fees associated with a particular course and should be paid at Duke University. All extemporaneous fees accrued while at Duke University are the responsibility of the student and should be paid to the Duke Bursar's office. The student should regularly monitor their Duke assigned email account for any possible fee statements issued to them. Failure to do so could result in late payment fees or collections. Any questions should be referred to the Duke Bursar's office directly at (919) 684-3531. The Duke Bursar office billing schedule is available at  http://finance.duke.edu/bursar/Billing/index.php.

Grades

Grades will be reported at the end of the term to the Registrar's Office of the visiting student's home institution. Grades will be in accordance with the Duke University grading system and will be converted into the home institution's grading system by the home institution before being added to the student's record.

Library Usage

Visiting students must present a current student ID with an active expiration date from their home institution when checking out material from the Perkins Library. More information concerning library usage is available from the Duke University Perkins Library Circulation Desk at 919-660-5870.

Parking and Transportation

To find available parking at Duke and for information on transportation between Duke and other universities, you may visit Duke Transportation.


Special Permission Required

School of Law

Contact Person:

Tracy Soderberg
Duke University School of Law
Box 90359
Durham, NC 27708
Telephone: 919-613-7027
Email: registrar_office@law.duke.edu
Fax: 919-613-7285

All visiting students must obtain approval from Tracy Soderberg to enroll in a Duke University School of Law course. The approval process listed below must be completed to finalize enrollment. When the enrollment has been finalized, the Duke University Registrar's Office will send an email confirmation to the student and the student's home school Interinstitutional Coordinator.

Approval Process for UNC-CH Students Visiting Duke Law School

The Interinstitutional Approval Form should be presented to Sharon Sessoms at the UNC-CH Law School. Upon approval of the Duke enrollment, Sharon Sessoms will fax the form directly to Daniel Collins, the Interinstitutional Coordinator in the UNC-CH Registrar's Office. Daniel Collins will fax the completed form to the attention of Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar. Sharon will then request enrollment approval from Tracy Soderberg in the Duke Law School.

Interinstitutional Approval Form requests may be kept on file until Duke Law School's drop/add period has ended. If there is space remaining in the class, and all approvals are in place, the student will be approved to enroll in the class.

The Duke Law Registrar (Tracy Soderberg) will fax approved/non-approved requests to Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar for final processing. Mark Taylor will email the student and Daniel Collins in the UNC-CH Registrar's Office to confirm the enrollment decision.

Approval Process for NCCU Students Visiting Duke Law School

The Interinstitutional Approval Form should be presented to Iris Hicks, the Interinstitutional Coordinator in the NCCU Registrar's Office. Iris Hicks will fax the completed form to the attention of Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar. Mark Taylor will then request enrollment approval from Tracy Soderberg in the Duke Law School.

Interinstitutional Approval requests may be kept on file until Duke Law School's drop/add period has ended. If there is space remaining in the class, and all approvals are in place, the student will be approved to enroll in the class.

The Duke Law Registrar (Tracy Soderberg) will fax approved/non-approved requests to Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar for final processing. Mark Taylor will email the student and Iris Hicks in the NCCU Registrar's Office to confirm the enrollment decision.

Fuqua School of Business

MBA Courses Contact Person:

Pamela White or Sharon Campen
335E Fuqua School of Business
Telephone: 919-660-7688
Email: registrar-info@fuqua.duke.edu
Fax: 919-660-7982

All visiting students must obtain written approval (email is acceptable) from the course instructor before requesting enrollment in courses at the Fuqua School of Business. All visiting students must also obtain approval from Pamela White or Sharon Campen before enrolling in courses. Students should follow the approval process below in order to request/complete enrollment. Once request is approved/non-approved, an email confirmation will be sent to the student.

Students should submit the Interinstitutional Approval form to their home institution. The home institution will fax the completed form to the attention of Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar. Mark Taylor will then request enrollment approval from Pamela White or Sharon Campen.

Interinstitutional Approval requests will be kept on file until Fuqua's drop/add period has ended (typically, the third day from start of classes). If there is space remaining in the class, and all approvals are in place, the student will be approved to enroll in the class.

Fuqua Registrar (Pamela White or Sharon Campen) will fax approved/non-approved requests to Mark Taylor in Duke University's Office of the University Registrar for final processing. Mark Taylor will email the student and the student's home school Interinstitutional Coordinator to confirm the enrollment decision.

Fuqua PhD Courses (500 levels)

No permission is required to register for Fuqua PhD courses unless otherwise noted in the "Enrollment Information" section of the course information in the Schedule of Classes.