The following section will give you an overview of the courses offered in Trinity College at Duke. The Academic Advising Center (AAC) and your summer advisor will provide support throughout the summer as you think about and choose your classes for the fall. In early June your summer advisor will reach out to schedule a summer advising meeting.
The Academic Advising Center (AAC) oversees academic advising for all Trinity students until they join a major during their sophomore year. Your college advisor, who most students will meet with this summer, will serve as your primary advisor during your first two years. Your college advisor is your “point-person” in a collaborative network of advising resources that also includes your academic dean, directors of academic engagement (DAEs) and Peer Success Leaders. There are also prehealth advisors, as well as advisors for students interested in law or business careers or graduate education. Collectively, your advising network can help you discover and understand the multiple curricular and co-curricular opportunities at Duke.
Visit advising.duke.edu to learn more about your advising network.