Graduate & Professional School Day

The next GPSD will take place on October 17 2016

GPSD provides an opportunity for schools to recruit our excellent students and recent graduates, and gives current undergraduates a chance to talk informally with admissions folks about the benefits of graduate and/or professional study and about their specific institutions  and programs  of study.

We are please to have assembled a strong and diverse group of representatives of a host of fine public and private universities to participate in GPSD 2016. Please explore this website for detailed information about the information Fair, and be sure to mark the evening of October 17 on your calendar!

Information for Students and Alumni

Graduate and Professional School Day (GPSD) comes only every other year. So, juniors and seniors, this is your last chance to attend, and freshmen and sophomores, GPSD 2018 will be your only other chance to participate. When you come to GPSD 2016 on the 17th of October, bear in mind that the event begins at 5:00 pm. and is always highly popular and well attended. Plan to come early and consider the following suggestions:

  • Dress nicely.
  • This fall the academic deans of Trinity College are pleased to sponsor Graduate and Professional School Day 2016, a one-day fair for Duke Undergraduates and area alumni.  The event brings to the Duke campus representatives from about 80 schools with graduate, business, law, and health professions programs of study.
  • Come prepared, if you can. You'll get much more out of your conversations with school representatives if you've taken the time beforehand to inform yourself a bit about the schools that most interest you.
  • Shake hands confidently with the representative, and introduce yourself as the friendly and engaging person that, we're sure, you are.
  • Ask lots of questions. Remember, the representatives are at GPSD to answer your questions, both general questions about graduate or professional school study and specific questions about their school, its strengths, and your options.
  • Be sure to thank the representatives. Remember that while they're representing their schools, you're representing Duke University, and your good impression will encourage their participation in future GPSD Fairs.
School Representatives: Register for GPSD 2016 here!

Schools Participating in GPSD 2016

The following graduate, business, health professions and law schools are participating in GPSD 2016:


American University
Boston College
Duke University
Duke Kunshan University
East Carolina University
Georgetown University
Harvard University
Northeastern University
Rice University
The New School
Tufts University
University of Chicago
University of Glasgow, Scotland
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California
Vanderbilt University
Virginia Tech
Wake Forest University
Weill Cornell Graduate School


Duke University-Fuqua School of Business
Johns Hopkins University
MIT School of Management
North Carolina State Jenkins MBA Program
Northwestern University-Kellogg
Southern Methodist University-Cox
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management
Wake Forest University School of Business
Yale University


Campbell University
Duke University
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Georgetown University
George Washington University
Johns Hopkins University
Northeastern University
St. George's University (Granada)
Tufts University
University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy
University of Queensland, Australia
Wake Forest University


Boston College Law
Boston University School of Law
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Duke University
Emory Law School
Florida State University
George Washington University
Indiana University, Maurer School of Law
Liberty University School of Law
Mercer Law School
North Carolina Central University
Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Notre Dame
Regent University
Seton Hall University
Southern Methodist University
Stanford Law School
Tulane University
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Denver
University of Florida Levin College
University of Georgia
University of Miami
University of North Carolina
University of Richmond
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California-Gould School of Law
University of Texas
University of Virginia
Vanderbilt University
Wake Forest University
College William & Mary

    Contact Information

    Milton Blackmon, Director:
    Coordinator of GPSD,  Mekisha Mebane:

    Rachael Murphey-Brown, Graduate School:
    Milton Blackmon, Business School:
    Health Professions:
    Gerald Wilson, Law School:

    011 Allen Building
    Box 90043
    Durham, NC 27708