Parking, Bus And Campus Access Limited April 25

Some services adjust for Duke's annual "Last Day of Classes" event

In an effort to minimize traffic congestion, access to West Campus will be limited the evening of Wednesday, April 25 when Duke undergraduate students celebrate their last day of classes for the academic year with a barbecue and concert.

Beginning Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., entry points for West Campus will be closed to the general public and limited only to students and their spouses/partners, faculty, staff and alumni with a valid DukeCard to verify identification and affiliation with Duke.

Entry points to West Campus will be stationed with police, Staff One attendants or Parking and Transportation Services staff. The affected entrances to campus include:

All members of the Duke community are asked to carry their DukeCards and to be prepared to present them for campus access starting early Wednesday evening. Use of Duke buses will be restricted starting at 4 p.m. with all riders required to show a DukeCard in order to board Duke buses.

In addition, the Robertson Scholars Express Bus will feature a changed schedule. The route will only be served by one bus, with the final pickup at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus taking place at 4 p.m. Service from Duke to UNC will continue until 6:30 p.m. for drop-offs only - passengers will not be picked up at the UNC campus.

Duke campus parking

Undergraduate students with a valid DukeCard may park in the Blue Zone and Edens B and C parking lots. When these lots fill, the Whitford, Chemistry and Circuit lots will open for overflow parking, also for students with a valid DukeCard.

Graduate students are encouraged to use the 751, Bassett, Grounds, Chemistry and Circuit lots, although they can park in all the same lots as undergraduates. Graduate students must also present a valid DukeCard to park.

All Duke parking lots will be staffed and monitored from 3:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. All student vehicles must be removed from lots by 7 a.m. April 26.

Any suspicious or concerning activities should be reported immediately to Duke Police by calling 911 from a campus phone or (919) 684-2444.