Visitors & Patients

NOTE TO EXTERNAL JOB APPLICANTS AND PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS: We are pleased that you are exploring employment and/or educational opportunities with Duke University and Duke Health System. If you anticipate needing an accommodation to complete the applicant and/or interview process or attend an information session, please submit a Reasonable Accommodations Request form at least 5 days in advance of your visit.

Requesting Accommodations

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First time Accommodation Request

This form is for those not yet registered with the DMS office
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Additional Accommodation Request

This form is for those already registered with the DMS office
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Obtaining Interpreters

This form is for requesting an interpreter through the DMS office

Employment & Visitor Accommodations Office

Duke University encourages individuals with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities.  If you anticipate needing any type of reasonable accommodations, or have questions about the reasonable accommodations process, please contact your program sponsor in advance of your participation or visit.  

Should you still have concerns, please contact the Employment and Visitor Accommodations office within the Disability Managment System (DMS).

Kimberly Basnight
Program Coordinator
919-684-1424
kimberly.basnight@duke.edu(link sends e-mail)

Shonda Desir
Director
919-684-8247
shonda.desir@duke.edu