Whether attending the Donahue School of Business on a full-time or part-time basis, adult learners easily can find the resources they need and want at Duquesne. The people and activities that are a part of Duquesne's campus provide numerous opportunities for students to broaden their professional and social networks while enhancing the value of their degree.
The following are among the resources specifically for students in the Donahue School:
- Case competition teams: Competing among a field of teams from top-ranked graduate business schools throughout the country, Duquesne's teams have a track record of success, demonstrating both their knowledge and their value to employers.
- Donahue Business Society: A network of students and faculty, the society exists to assist with networking and career placement, connect students with volunteer opportunities within local communities; and strengthen alumni relations. The society's monthly meetings, lecture series, web site and service projects have made it the largest student organization for graduate business students.
- Net Impact: Duquesne graduate students operate a campus chapter of Net Impact, a fast-growing network of leaders, students and individuals committed to using business for positive social, environmental and economic impact. Students have unparalleled access to corporate executive and other thought leaders through video-conferencing and webinars.
In addition, students can study in solitude at Duquesne's Gumberg Library, release stress with a pick-up game on the Power Center basketball court and volunteer their skills through community service projects.