Get Connected

You will find access to all of the essential services and computing support needed for you at Duke University and Duke Medical Center. Whether it's support for email, internet, phone or even purchasing a computer from the Duke Technology Center.

Email and Collaboration

Email Accounts Duke offers Office365 to faculty, staff, and students, although individual departments may provide other e-mail systems. Check with your local IT staff for options in your department. Learn how to set up...

NetID and Password

Your NetID is the electronic key to a variety of computing systems and services at Duke. Used in combination with a strong password, the NetID provides access to online resources such as DukeMail, personal Web space, the university's...

Voice, Mobile and Data

Wired Phones Duke's Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides wired phone services.  Using your phone: user guides for the most common phone models used at Duke Long distance, international calling codes, 900-number...

On Campus

Connected On Campus Most laptops and many mobile devices have 802.11a/b/g/n ("WiFi") equipment built in. If you're not sure whether or not yours has such a device, refer to your equipment manufacturer. If you have a Duke NetID,...

Off Campus

Remote Connections Whether you're at home or on the road, there are options to give you connectivity back to Duke. If you are working anywhere that you have broadband access, you can get to many Duke resources simply by navigating to...

For Duke University Health System Users

At the Duke University Health System Most laptops and many mobile devices have 802.11a/b/g/n ("WiFi") equipment built in. If you're not sure whether or not yours has such a device, refer to your equipment manufacturer. If you have a...