Ultimate Check List

Submit Your Enrollment Deposit
Submit your first deposit by April 15, 2020. Your second deposit will be due July 1, 2020.

Set-up Your MultiPass Account
Your MultiPass is your key here at Duquesne University. Your MultiPass username and password gives you access to Campus Link, Blackboard, DORI, Email, and WiFi. Your MultiPass, Email and Blackboard accounts will be automatically created when you have been entered into our administrative system, Banner. 

RSVP and learn about Admitted Students Day on Saturday, March 21

□ Prepare your Financial Aid
If you plan on applying for Federal Stafford Unsubsized or GradPLUS loans, submit your FAFSA using Duquesne University's school code 003258. Financial aid or loan questions? Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 412-396-6607 or faoffice@duq.edu.

□ Update your Contact Information
Update your mailing address, email address, and any other contact information with the Office of Admissions at the School of Law after graduation (if applicable).

□ Submit Final Transcripts
Send your final transcripts to LSAC after graduation. The transcript must indicate "degree conferred" and the date conferred.

□ Submit Your Health Immunization and Health History Forms
Immunization Verification Form is REQUIRED and must be submitted electronically as per the steps HERE. Incoming new students must submit required documents by July 31st- Fall term (or ASAP after depositing). Duquesne University Immunization Verification Form is required to be completed, signed, dated and stamped by a health care professional. For all questions regarding Immunization Verifications, please email: duhealth@duq.edu.

All enrolled graduate students should provide proof of 2MMR vaccines (or blood titer results proving immunity)

On-campus residents also need Meningitis (ACWY) given on or after the 16th birthday

International graduate students also need IGRA blood testing for Tuberculosis (TB)

□ Health Insurance Options
It is the policy of Duquesne University that ALL students have medical health insurance while at the University. Every student has the option to purchase the medical plan through Highmark or to provide evidence of private health insurance coverage.

□ Explore Housing Options
Dedicated on-campus housing is available for graduate students. Living on-campus provides unbeatable access to campus resources and amenities. Additionally, our location is ideal to explore all that Pittsburgh has to offer. Learn more about on-campus housing options available for graduate students.

Pittsburgh is an affordable city with numerous housing options in vibrant neighborhoods close to campus. For students interested in off-campus housing, our Office of Commuter Affairs is an excellent resource to learn about local neighborhoods and listings.

□ Research Parking/Transportation Options
Duquesne University offers parking services and permit options; however students are not required to purchase a permit. There are many parking lots and garages on-campus and in the vicinity that offer hourly/daily rates. On-campus permits are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is typically available in the Forbes garage, where visitors can park for a fee without a permit. To view rates and download a permit form, visit the Parking Services website.

Many students opt for public transportation. Visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County website for more information about bus and light rail (T) transportation. If you are downtown, the buses and T are free. You can take the T to go to the North Shore for Pirates and Steelers games!

Duquesne also offers shuttle service between campus and the South Side for students. This shuttle offers South Side residents a convenient and inexpensive way to get to class, study sessions and other events. The shuttle arrives at Duquesne approximately every 15-20 minutes. Learn more about the South Side Shuttle service.

□ Course Registration
The Law School Registrar will enroll each new student July 7, 2019. Once you are enrolled, your class schedules will be posted in DORI.

To view your fall class schedule:
Login to DORI using your Multipass
• Click Self Service Banner
• Click Student Information
• Click Registration
• Click View Class Schedule
• Select a Term: Fall 2020(from drop-down menu)
• Click Submit

Undergrad loan deferral/enrollment verification online form is due August 26.

□ Textbooks and Advanced Assignments
Find and purchase textbooks at the Duquesne University Official Bookstore*
• Click Textbooks
• Select Term Fall Law 2020 (from drop-down menu)
• Enter Department (LAWS), Course, and Section
• Click Find Materials

Textbooks may be purchased elsewhere.

Need a Book Voucher? Contact Student Accounts.

Visit the Registrar's First Year Students webpage for Advance Assignments.

For questions about your fall schedule, please contact the Law School Registrar, Dr. Valerie Harper, at lawreg@duq.edu or 412-396-2268

□ Procure Your DU Card
The DU Card is your official identification card as a student. It also provides access to buildings and residence halls, Power Center recreational facilities, dining and meal plans, library, computer labs, etc. Visit the DU Card website for more information. Must be enrolled in Fall 2020 classes.