Code+ is a 10-week co-curricular summer program that provides Duke undergraduates with a unique opportunity to develop a software product or solution in a team-based environment led by IT professionals.

View the list of projects running this summer.

Thanks to Code+, I discovered what I want to do after college. I found that front-end development perfectly combines my interest in visual arts and computer science.

Carolyn Blumberg, Class of 2020, Code+ 2018


Herleen Kaur: My Code+ Experience

Code+ 2020 participant Herleen Kaur describes the positive impact Code+ had on her academic and internship recruiting experiences. 

Watch Herleen's Video on YouTube

Code+ 2023 Featured Projects

Campus Mail Package Pickup

The Campus Mail Package Pickup team presents their project, which features a mobile and web solution that streamlines the process of picking up packages at the Student Mailbox Center. 

Museum of Durham History

Students worked with administrators at the Museum of Durham History to create an online exhibit and more. The project is continuing into the fall, thanks to a pilot program at the Pratt School of Engineering's Christensen Family Center for Innovation, which connects students with software development projects. Members of the Code+ 2023 team are engaged.

Managing Attendance

A student team developed a solution for instructors to track attendance in their classrooms. This project is expected to continue development and may launch next fall.

Get a feel for Code+! Watch this video featuring the students from program's pilot year.