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.

Getting Around

Duke University is committed to an accessible campus for students, staff and visitors. Visit this link for information on getting around Duke’s Campus as well as travel options in the immediate vicinity:

Requesting Accommodations


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

First time Accommodation Request

This form is for those already registered with the DMS office

Additional Accommodation Request

This form is for requesting an interpreter through the DMS office

Obtaining Interpreters

Duke Athletics: Game Day Information

Duke Athletics and Duke University welcome all persons with disabilities to our campus and athletic events. Information about available accessibility accommodations at our facilities is available at the link below.  Clicking on the facility will bring up the A to Z game day guide for that venue.

Game Day Facility Information

Additional Resources and Information


TTY Phones are available at Duke Medical Pavilion, Duke Cancer Center, Duke South, Duke Hospital, Duke Hospital, Emergency Room Registration Desk, Duke Eye Center, Pickens Family Medicine Clinic, the Children's Health Center, the International Patients Services office and the Brier Creek Medical Office building.  Ask at the patient services desk for the specific location at the facility.

Did you know that cell phones are also TTY phones?  You now have TTY capability almost everywhere.  For iPhones go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> RTT/TTY and choose the settings you wish to apply.  For the Android operating system go to Applications -> Settings -> Call -> TTY and choose the settings you wish to apply.

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 Management System (DMS).

Sarah Exum
Program Coordinator

Shonda Desir