Change of Personal Information Procedures
Below are detailed instructions to change information on your student record, including your:
- Social Security Number (SSN)
Duquesne University must have on record addresses where students are physically located at the time they are pursuing their studies. Any change to your permanent or local address throughout the semester must be reported. In addition, it is required that any student who temporarily moves to a new location report their new, TEMPORARY address change. Students are required to provide such address changes within 14 days of the date the change occurred.
Additionally, enrolled students are required to have a home/permanent address for federal reporting purposes.
Up to four address types* should be reviewed and updated by students and will be stored and maintained in the Banner Student System. These address types are:
HOME – permanent residential address (required for all students)
LOCAL – address of residence for your studies during the semester if not residing at HOME or in an on-campus RESIDENCE hall
RESIDENTIAL – address in one of the on-campus residence halls
TEMPORARY – temporary relocation from HOME, LOCAL, or RESIDENTIAL address for your studies during the semester
*Upon graduation, students may add a DIPLOMA mailing address if it differs from HOME (or FOREIGN for international students).
Addresses can be updated by visiting the Personal Information page in DORI.
Diploma Address Updates
Upon graduation, students may supply a DIPLOMA address if the diploma is to be mailed to an address other than the HOME/PERMANENT address (or FOREIGN address for international students). Students must check their addresses in SSB for accuracy. Should a diploma be returned to the university because an address is undeliverable, the student will be responsible for payment of fees to mail the diploma a second time.
Students can review their addresses and add a DIPLOMA address by visiting the Personal Information page in DORI.
Name and SSN Updates
Changes to name, social security number and/or date of birth can only be made by visiting the Office of the University Registrar. Students in the School of Law must visit the Law School Registrar, and all international students should visit the Center for Global Engagement for these specific changes. For name changes please bring documentation of the change, which would include a marriage license, a divorce decree, or a court document. Requests cannot be accepted over the phone or by a third party. Changes to SSN require the social security card and a second form of ID that includes a photograph. Changes to Date of Birth require a copy of the Birth Certificate, passport, or driver's license.