There are several peer groups across Duke that can help you during your college career:

Peer Success Leaders

Peer Success Leaders are student academic leaders on campus who work closely with the Academic Guides, the ARC, the AAC, academic deans, college advisors and directors of academic engagement to create programming that helps expose you to all that Duke offers. Peer Success Leaders can share how they formed meaningful mentoring relationships with faculty, help you navigate online registration, and help you learn to distinguish what is merely popular from what is individually meaningful to you. They are available via email (, Facebook, their website, or Instagram (@dukepeersuccess), and they regularly sponsor events in East Campus dorms and neighborhoods.

Trinity Ambassadors

This peer-to-peer program consists of juniors and seniors across various Trinity departments who are accessible as a resources for all undergraduates. Navigating through the variety of degree options and courses Trinity offers can seem to be a daunting task. However, Trinity Ambassadors can help guide, inform and support you.


The Pratt School of Engineering E-Team is composed of volunteer, upper-class engineering students eager to help incoming first-year students learn the ropes of engineering at Duke. The team’s mission is to assist first-year engineering students in their transition to Duke by creating an immediate network of support with engineering students who can answer questions, share experiences and offer advice.