Duke University is a leading university in the United States and has been ranked by the National Council of Higher Education in the US News and World Report, the annual ranking of American universities.
Duke University has a total of 1,936 students and graduates from 1,100 schools.
The school’s student population has been increasing annually since 2005.
It has more than 11,000 undergraduates and 4,000 graduate students, and has the fifth-largest enrollment in the state.
Dukes enrollment is projected to increase from 4.8 million students in 2020 to 5.6 million students by 2022.
The average tuition and fees at Duke University for 2019 were $37,839, according to the US Department of Education.
The average student fee at the school was $8,621.
The typical tuition for 2018-2019 was $26,988.
Drexel University has been the number one public school for the past three decades, and is ranked by The Associated Press as the second-best school in the country.
It had a student enrollment of more than 22,000 in 2019, and the average tuition was $31,904.
The University of Pittsburgh, a private, nonprofit university, has been in the news recently because of the recent death of a woman named Amanda Todd.
The university said the death was the result of an accidental fall.
Pittsburgh has seen an increase in death rates due to alcohol-related conditions, and it has been cited for mishandling the case of a student, whose body was found in the university’s medical suite.