Duquesne University is situated in the heart of Pittsburgh, a vibrant and safe city that was recently recognized as America’s most livable. Campus, which offers breathtaking views of Pittsburgh and its three rivers, is a short walk, bus, or train ride from downtown and only 30 minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport. Learn more about studying and living in Pittsburgh!
Many law students choose to live in nearby Pittsburgh neighborhoods close to campus such as Uptown, Downtown, South Side, Mt. Washington, and Oakland. Other popular neighborhoods include Shadyside, Bloomfield, Friendship, Lawrenceville and Squirrel Hill. Duquesne University has a shuttle service for students who live in the Southside (Flats), though students can also walk across the bridge to campus from the Southside.
- Shadyside apartments can range from $675/mo. for a studio to $1,400/mo. for a 2 bedroom.
- Bloomfield apartments can range from $500/mo. for a studio to $1,000 for a 2 bedroom.
- Friendship apartments can cost $900/mo. for a 2 bedroom.
- Southside (Flats) apartments can cost $1,350 for a 2 bedroom.
For more information on off-campus housing, please contact the Commuter Affairs Office at 412.396.6660. If you are looking for a roommate for the school year, we encourage you to join the Incoming Class Facebook page and attend Admitted Students Day to meet your fellow classmates.
Duquesne University School of Law neither endorses nor represents any apartment community, nor can we provide specific recommendations with regard to landlords, apartment communities, rental properties, or neighborhoods. Any property or rental listed here is not endorsed or approved by the School of Law. Further, we cannot verify the completeness or accuracy of the information listed. Students should exercise their own judgment when evaluating a prospective rental unit or landlord.