Where to Begin
We know that selecting a university is not an easy process. With so many choices out there, it is difficult to know where to begin. Everyone enters the process at a different stage, so we need to know who you are.
High school students who are considering their college choices should start here.
If you have taken courses at another college or university, you are welcome to apply for for admission as a transfer student for the fall and spring semesters for most academic programs.
Over 600 students from more than 80 countries attend Duquesne University. The Office of International Programs will assist you throughout the admission process.
The admission process for graduate programs is handled individually within each school. Review the curriculum, requirements and application process for each program.
If you have received a letter of acceptance, you have until May 1st to make your enrollment deposit should you decide to attend. Visit Student Accounts to submit your enrollment depost.
High School Students Eager to Earn College Credits
- There are several programs that allow you to earn college credits while still in high school.
Adult and Professional Students
Duquesne's School of Leadership and Professional Advancement welcomes students of all ages to complete a bachelor's degree, earn additional credits, earn a certification or further their professional development.
Veterans and Military Students
Parents and Families
Parents and students' families have special concerns. How can we help?