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Cultural Expo

Join SIR & The DUC for the October DUC Presents program! The expo will feature a panel discussion, food and cultural dance performances!

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Trivia Madness

Sigma Nu is hosting this months edition of Trivia Madness, with proceeds going to Team Fox, which is an organization that helps fund Parkinson's research.

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DUC Presents

Does your student group have an innovative idea for a Fall Program? Fill out a DUC Presents Grant Application to see if you qualify for up to $3000 in programming assistance!

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On the First Friday of every month, stop by the North Entrance of the DUC for FREE Coffee & Donuts beginning at 9 a.m. and ending when the donuts are gone.

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Explore the DUC

Discover all the ways to eat, host events and have fun in the DUC!

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Planning an Event?

Check out all the resources available to help you plan a great event in the DUC.

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Wash.U.Focus Photo Contest

See photo contest winners and find out how to submit your photos!

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Find the office you need and locate it on the DUC building map.

Find meeting room locations and learn how to reserve a room.


Sophomore Major Reception

Are you an undeclared Sophomore, come chat with peers that have decided on a major and get some questions answered.

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DUC Dining

Ensalada caprese at Ibby's


Tu-F 11 a.m.-2 p.m. & 5-10 p.m.
Sat 5-10 p.m.

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DUC Spaces

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Fun Room

The Fun Room is the entertainment center of the DUC; it features a variety of games and multimedia systems.

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Full Calendar

There's a student-run TV station in the DUC. Yep, WUTV is located in the Harvey Media Center and is always providing fantastic original student programming.
The DUC is a total of 116,000 square feet, made up of 19,233 cubic yards of concrete, 1,365 tons of Missouri red granite, 48 tons of mortar, 470 tons of reinforcing steel, 384 windows, 318 doors, 202 rooms and 10,800 square feet of bamboo flooring.
The DUC was constructed in 485 days, during which 30,258 square feet of linoleum, 26,154 square feet of carpet and 20,000 feet of slate roofing were installed.
The style and menus of the eateries in the DUC were chosen based on student input. More than 450 name submissions were received from 115 different members of the WUSTL community.
The DUC has a third floor! It's home to many of the offices that provide services to students. While hard to find, it's full of great people.
The director of the DUC has over 83 plastic ducks in her office. Almost every flat surface has ducks on it. Seriously, it's hard to find a place to sit!