Facilities Booking & Housing Options
Where to hold your event and where do your guests stay? The Conference & Event Services staff in the University Center Activities & Events office can help. Use the resources below to help locate the right campus facility for your event.
Whether it’s a theater, a meeting room, or the outdoor plaza, Conference & Event Services can assist with finding the right location, securing rentals, and working through the planning process from concept to completion. Click here to review available facilities for your next event.
25Live is a web-based scheduling and event publishing product developed by CollegeNET used by various schools and scheduling units across Duke's campus. The software provides a centralized scheduling system and data repository for events held at Duke, yet allows individual scheduling units to maintain their scheduling policies and practices. 25Live allows users to request various spaces and resources across Duke's campus. 25Live is managed through the University Center Activities & Events office.
If you are hosting an overnight event or program, your guests and participants will need somewhere to stay. Campus housing can be an excellent option in the summers—but is not usually available during the school year. There are plenty of nearby hotels, as well as the Washington Duke Inn and the R. David Thomas Center on campus.
There are many additional event spaces on Duke’s campus. Here you can access general information regarding capacity, location, and contacts.
The Duke Marine Lab located on Piver’s Island overlooking the waterfront of historic Beaufort, North Carolina can be the perfect location for an off-site retreat.