There are no shortage of ways to connect with the Duquesne community. As a graduate student, you will forge lasting personal and professional relationships with your faculty, staff members, classmates and alumni. We hope this page will serve as a helpful resource for connecting with the Duquesne family, before, during and after your studies.
Connect with Your Program
Your program will be in regular communication with you prior to the start of classes. Most programs will offer an orientation program, which is an excellent opportunity to meet your fellow classmates, as well as faculty and staff members. If you would like to connect with members of your program prior to orientation, feel free to contact the program directly. You can also feel free to contact our office and we will be happy to put you in touch with a program representative.
Additionally, you may like to learn about your faculty members prior to the start of your program. We encourage you to visit our Faculty Directory, which will allow you to search by school and read about our professors' research areas and courses they teach.
Finally, we welcome you to visit campus. We are happy to arrange a tour of campus as well as meetings with faculty, staff members or current students for your program. You may also have the potential to sit-in on a class during your visit. Our campus visit page will provide you with a contact for your program as well as a parking guide and campus map to help plan your visit.
If you are unable to visit with us during regular business hours, here is a Self-Guided Walking Tour booklet.
Connect via Social Media
Connect with the university via your favorite social media sites.
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Many schools and programs maintain their own social media sites. For a full listing, visit our Social Media Directory.
Connect with the Duquesne Community
As a graduate student here at Duquesne, you have full access to a robust schedule of campus events, activities and organizations. Campus Link is a student portal designed to provide you a full calendar of events as well as an easy way to view all current student organizations. Note that you will need your Multipass account to access Campus Link. Visit our Next Steps page for more information on setting-up your Multipass account.
Your program may also have student organizations. Additonally, all graduate and professional students are automatically members of our Graduate and Professional Student Council (GPSC). GPSC presents opportunities to meet graduate and professional students across all programs. Several events for networking and professional development are scheduled each year.
Duquesne is a campus that embraces diversity. Many campus organizations that promote and celebrate our diverse populations will provide you with resources, services and opportunities to connect with your classmates. These offices include: The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Office of International Resources, Office of Veteran and Military Students, Spritian Campus Ministry and the Office of Special Services. Learn more and get connected through our Diversity at Duquesne site.
We also encourage you to get involved in supporting our Duquesne Dukes athletic teams. Our men's football team won the 2015 NEC tile and our women's basketball team made its first ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Get all the information on upcoming games from all our teams at Go Duquesne!
Connect with the Alumni Community
Our alumni network is more than 90,000 strong, spanning every type every type of organization, around the country and the world. Each year, our Alumni Relations Office hosts more than 50 events for alumni chapters and affinity groups. You can begin accessing this network before you begin your studies. Visit the Alumni Relations website for a full listing of upcoming events.