Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University Program II

Information Sessions

All information sessions are held in 103A Allen

from 4:00pm - 5:00 pm (see schedule below!)

Four times a year, we provide information sessions to students interested in Program II.  These are intended to give us an opportunity to talk with you in detail about what Program II is about, for whom it is well suited but also for whom it may not be appropriate, and what the Program II Committee, a standing committee of the Arts & Sciences Council, is looking for in a successful application.   We’ll also review the various steps that need to be taken before the application is submitted.

Dean Murphey-Brown leads the conversation and looks forward to talking about these matters with you and answering any questions you may have. She also regularly invites one or two current Program II students to attend the sessions and give their perspectives on the program and the application process.

Whether you are a first-, second-, or third-year student, whether you’ve only just heard about Program II and don’t know if it’s right for you or you’re already convinced that Program II is exactly what you want, we encourage you to attend our next information session.

Note: Beginning in Fall 2013, all students applying to Program II will be using the new online application.  Attending one of the Program II information sessions or meeting privately with Dean Grunwald is a prerequisite to applying online to Program II.

This Year's Information Sessions: 

All sessions will take place in room 103A Allen Building, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

2016-2017 Info Sessions:

Thursday, September 15
Thursday, October 13
Thursday, January 19
Thursday, March 16

2016-17 Application Deadlines:

Friday, September 30
Friday, October 28
Friday, February 10
Friday, April 7

Mark the next info session on your calendar!

For more information about Program II  and/or to ask for an appointment with Dean Murphey-Brown,

phone: (919) 684-2130

or you can contact Dean Murphey-Brown with specific questions at: