|Motto||Eruditio et Religio (Laitin)|
Motto in Scots
|Knowledge and Faith|
|Affiliation||Unitit Methodist Kirk ties, but nonsectarian an independent|
|Endowment||$6.0 billion (The varsity is an aa the primary beneficiary (32%) o the independent $3 billion Duke Endowment)|
|Preses||Richard H. Brodhead|
|3,262 (Hairst 2012)|
|Students||14,600 (Hairst 2013)|
|Unnergraduates||6,495 (Hairst 2013)|
|Postgraduates||8,105 (Hairst 2013)|
|Location||Durham, North Carolina, Unitit States|
|Athletics||NCAA Division I FBS; ACC|
26 varsity teams
|Affiliations||AAU, COFHE, 568 Group, URA, CDIO|
References[eedit | eedit soorce]
- King, William E. "Shield, Seal and Motto". Duke University Archives. Archived frae the original on 12 Juin 2010. Retrieved 6 Julie 2011.
- "About – Duke Divinity School". Duke Divinity School. Retrieved 4 Julie 2011.
- "Duke University's Relation to the Methodist Church: the basics". Duke University. 2002. Archived frae the original on 12 Juin 2010. Retrieved 27 Mairch 2010.
Duke University has historical, formal, on-going, and symbolic ties with Methodism, but is an independent and non-sectarian institution...Duke has much in common with other Methodist related schools such as Northwestern, Syracuse, Vanderbilt, or the University of Southern California. Each is unique, and Duke would not be the institution it is today without its ties to the Methodist Church. However, the Methodist Church does not own or direct the University. Duke is and has developed as a private non-profit corporation which is owned and governed by an autonomous and self-perpetuating Board of Trustees.
- "Quick Facts about Duke". Duke Office of News & Communications. Archived frae the original on 5 Juin 2012. Retrieved 30 December 2013.
- "The origin of Duke Blue". Duke University Archives. Archived frae the original on 12 Juin 2010. Retrieved 3 August 2011.