Duquesne University offers numerous resources to help students locate funding opportunities for their liberal arts education and/or to support scholarly research at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Offices across the University are available to help guide students through the application process:
- The Office for National Fellowships focuses on competitive national scholarship and fellowship opportunities. Contact Dr. Kathleen Roberts, Duquesne's Scholarships and Fellowships Coordinator, for more information and guidance. Students who are interested in Fulbright Scholarships should contact Joe DeCrosta.
- A limited number of competitive graduate assistantships and other forms of employment for graduate students are available across University departments and offices.
- The Office of Research offers information on current competitive Duquesne research fellowships and grants and research presentation opportunities for undergraduate students as well as research presentation opportunities for graduate students.
- Financial Aid provides information on applying for financial assistance for both undergraduate and graduate students.