Facilities Management supports the mission of Duke University by providing excellence in planning, design, construction, cleanliness, operations, and maintenance for facilities, grounds and utilities in a customer-focused, safe, efficient, and sustainable manner.
Duke University's campus includes iconic architecture and classic landscape design. It covers roughly 1,300 acres which includes West Campus, East Campus, and Central Campus. Another 7,000 acres are designated as Duke Forest.
Housing and Residence Life manages all aspects of the university’s three-year undergraduate residency requirement. Residential programs are designed to build positive communities that value learning, create new opportunities for faculty engagement, and generate positive social connections.
The Duke Real Estate Office is charged with the overall real estate strategy for space leased by Duke University and Duke University Health System, the asset management of the Washington Duke Inn, and the acquisition and disposition of lands in the Duke Forest.
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.