People tend to check in during these times:
Built in 1930 for William Preston Few, Duke‘s president from 1910-40, this was the first house erected on Campus Drive. It is now the first campus stop for most prospective students and their families, offering published materials about Duke, guided tours and information sessions.
The Duke Gardens are less than a five minute walk from the Admissions Office. Absolutely worth seeing before or after your time here.
Check in at the front desk for a map and materials on applying to Duke University. Also, check out the Duke Mobile app if you have a smart phone and access a self-guided tour of campus.
Only one person can go on campus tour we booked. That means one parent and no siblings which is negative bc other siblings may want to attend if this sibling doesn't.