Duke Dining Services invite the members of the Duke Community to join dining plans, just like the students have, and all you need is a DukeCard.


Dining at Duke is not simple fare. Locations around campus include not just East and West campus but also the Law School, Fuqua, Sanford, Kosher Dining at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life and the Divinity School.


Duke believes that healthy dining leads to healthy lives for its employees. The emphasis on nutrition is visible in not just the venue menus, but also intiatives such as Healthy Devil on Nutrition, the vegetarian Plan V, the Duke Farmers Market and programs offered through Live for Life.


Duke promotes sustainability throughout all aspects of the university  from purchasing to transportation and water conservation to the Smart Home.  Duke's Sustainability site has information on all of these areas.

Get Involved

Dining at Duke is not just about what to eat and where. Faculty and staff can have a voice in making Duke dining better, by getting involved, including Greening Campus Dining and participation in Live for Life


Law school offers good list of local catering options, and Event Management has a full range of catering solutions.


Do you know the difference between the French Family Science Center, the Duke Family Medicine Center and the Science Building (formerly Duke University Art Museum)? What about the Art Building? The Nasher Museum of Art? The Smith Arts Warehouse? Find parking, residences, theaters and more with the Campus Map.