Code+ 2022 Details
This summer, Code+ returns to an in-person experience. There is a "Plus Programs" community living experience in Craven Quad (with our partner programs, Data+ and CS+) so that program participants can socialize and get to know each other! You may also opt to live off-campus.
The information below will be updated as more information becomes available. If you have questions, contact email@example.com.
All participants must adhere to Duke's COVID-19 policy, including the safety protocols for summer sessions. We recommend masking indoors when in large gatherings or close quarters. These guidelines are subject to change.
Parking and Transportation
If you have a valid parking permit for the current academic year, it is valid until mid-August. Beginning May 9, you can purchase 1-day ($9), 7-day ($35.25), and 30-day ($70.50) permits valid at 300 Swift Ave., Blue Zone, and East surface lots from Parking and Transportation. Buses and vans will also run. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Code+ will operate out of Gross Hall on West Campus. Each team has been assigned to a room.
Payments will be paid in equal halves on May 31 and June 30.
Updated May 20, 2022
Living on campus
We strongly encourage all Code+ participants to live on campus! We have arranged for all Plus Programs students (Code+, Data+, and CS+) to live on Craven Quad on West Campus. Being co-located will provide countless opportunities to socialize, spontaneously get together, share activities, and create a sense of community. The outdoor space alone is a huge plus!
If you need extension housing -- housing between the end of spring semester and Code+ move-in (May 22) -- contact email@example.com for important information.
You'll have a Duke Dining meal plan of $2,100, which will be loaded on your DukeCard at the beginning of your stay on campus. The plan is a declining cash balance you can use to purchase food, snacks, and drinks during the program. The plan comes out to approximately $30/day. The plan will be loaded on the day you check in. Meal plans are non-refundable, so we encourage you to spend down the balance. To view your balance, ask for your receipt after you make a purchase.
Tips for Utilizing the Meal Plan
- Tell cashier you are using "Conference Food" when checking out
- Ask for a receipt to see the total left on the card. You can check the balance on the eAccounts app and portal.
- Dining vendors and hours will be updated on this site
- The Cafe 300 (inside Swift) will be open 7 am to 9 am and 4 pm to 8 pm daily with snacks and other provisions (opens May 31)
- The meal plan can be used for Merchant on Points (see the MOPs section on this site)
- The meal plan can also be used to purchase snacks at the Duke Lobby Shop (Bryan Center)
Students are expected to move out after spring semester ends and return for move-in on Sunday, May 22. If you're unable to move out, contact Conference and Event Services (not Housing).
If you opt to live on campus:
- Conference & Event Services (CES) will be in touch with details; you do not need to apply for housing or a meal plan.
- Code+, Data+, and CS+ participants will be housed together in Craven. If you want to request a specific roommate, let us know who it is and which program they are with.
- Move-in day is Sunday, May 22. Check in at Craven between noon and 4pm to get your room key and other materials. If you can't arrive between noon and 4pm, contact us in advance.
- Your Code+ award covers your room and meal plan from May 22 to July 29; you are responsible for all other expenses.
- Move-out is Saturday, July 30 before noon. You're required to turn in your key; there is a charge for an unreturned key.
On move-in day (Sunday, May 22) between noon and 4pm:
Unload on the Wannamaker Dorm Lane
After parking, go to the tent on the anterior quad of Craven (highlighted in yellow in the map below) to get your key and other materials
Unload and immediately move your car
Note: Unloading is the Wannamaker fire lane is only allowed during the 12 to 4 pm check-in; there will be a parking attendant present.
You will receive an email with a link to a survey to collect information required to process your award payments. If you do not have an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN), take your Code+ offer letter to Duke Visa Services (no appointment necessary) to request one. It can take 10 weeks to receive an ITIN. If Duke does not have your ITIN, your payment may be delayed.
Checks and US tax forms cannot be mailed outside of the US. If you need your Duke mailbox to remain open during the summer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.