Duke is one of the most sleep deprived schools in the country

Feeling sleepy?

According to data recently released by Jawbone, Duke is one of the most sleep deprived schools in the country.

The average Duke student gets 6.88 hours of sleep a night – even less than students at Stanford or Princeton. On a weekday, Blue Devils wake up around 8:45am and then head to bed at 1:13am to do it all over again.

There is a pretty clear correlation between how few hours of sleep each student gets and how highly rated a school is. This would explain why UNC students get nearly a full hour more a night than we do.

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