We are dedicated to helping students and parents understand the billing process and their financial responsibilities to Duquesne.


Students: the Tuition Payment Portal is where students can access billing statements, make payments, enroll in a payment plan, add authorized payers and sign up for direct deposit refunds. We are here to help you if you have questions.

Authorized Payer: for a parent, guardian or family member to pay a student's tuition bill, or to set-up a semester-based payment plan, they must be designated as an Authorized Payer by their student.  Authorized Payers use the link below to access the payment portal.

Student Payment Portal

Parent Payment Portal

Spring Payment Plan Enroll by March 8

The University provides semester-based payment plans that allows students and parents to pay the balance due in manageable monthly installments through the Tuition Payment Portal.

Student Accounts

Tuition bills are due paid in full by the first week of classes. Students and Authorized Payers can make payments using the Tuition Payment Portal.

Paying your Tuition Bill

All students and authorized payers receive an e-mail notice when a tuition bill is posted. If a parent, guardian or spouse pays your invoice, students must add them as an authorized payer in Tuition Payment Portal.

The account balance is due by the end of the first week of classes every semester. Unpaid balances will be assessed a 1.5% late fee each month thereafter, unless enrolled in the payment plan.

Paying Online - Tuition Payment Portal
Accepted payment methods are:
AMEX, Debit Cards, Discover and MasterCard.
A non-refundable 2.85% service fee will appear as a separate charge on your credit card billing statement.

eCheck
No service fees apply using this method. Any U.S.checking or savings account can be used.

Paying in Person
The Cashier's Office accepts cash and checks.
Payments can be mailed to the address below. Please indicate your nine-digit student ID number on the check.

Mail Payments:
Duquesne University
Attn: Cashier’s Office
600 Forbes Ave | Pittsburgh, PA 15282

Student: Tuition Payment Portal

Student Action Required to Designate Authorized Payer

The Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA) governs the third-party access to student tuition account. Students must authorize access to their parents or guardians so they can pay the tuition bill or to set-up a semester-based payment plan. 

Follow the steps below to complete the online Authorized Payer permission process:

  • Login to DORI (Duo required for access)
  • Select "Tuition Payment Portal"
  • Click on "My Account"
  • Select "Send a Payer Invitation" and follow prompts 

    TIME SENSITIVE: An email notification is automatically sent and immediate action is needed by the Authorized Payer to complete their access.

Tuition Payment Plans

We provide semester-based plans that allows you to pay the balance in 5 manageable monthly installments through the online Tuition Payment Portal. Enrollment is required each semester and the fee is $35.

Tuition is due paid in full by the first week of classes unless enrolled in the payment plan. Late fees will apply the unpaid balance unless enrolled in the payment plan.

Additional information can be found on our website.

 

Financial Responsibility Agreement (FRA)

The University is dedicated to helping students understand the billing process and their financial responsibilities to Duquesne University. 

Each semester students will be required to affirm their agreement to the Duquesne University Financial Responsibility Agreement.

The terms of the FRA

Enroll in Direct Deposit

It's free, safe and fast - the quickest way to receive your refund!

Log into DORI and select:

  • Tuition Payment Portal 
  • Click on "My Account"
  • In Direct Deposit box, click "Sign-Up
  • Enter bank account and routing numbers

Refunds are automatically deposited in the designated  account once processed by Student Accounts.

Please Note:

If you are not enrolled in the direct deposit program or have a credit balance that is the result of a Parent Plus loan, a refund check will be mailed to the home address on file at the Registrar's Office.

Students should verify the direct deposit has been posted to their bank account before writing checks against this amount. Every effort is made to ensure the deposit will be posted on the agreed upon date, various factors affect this transfer. Duquesne University is not liable for any bank fees incurred by the student.

Credit balances that are the result of personal payments must be requested by the student no sooner than 15 business days after the payment is posted to the student's account. The request can be made by email to Student Accounts or in person.

Book Voucher Information

If your student account is showing a credit balance, you may transfer any portion to the University Bookstore.

Students must complete this authorization form before the funds can be transferred to bookstore. 
Please be sure to include the amount of your request on the form.

The semester-based vouchers remain available approximately four weeks into the term. Any unused funds are credited back to the student account once the voucher has been closed.

You may be eligible for education tax credits if you are paying education costs for yourself or a member of your immediate family. IRS Form 1098-T is an informational tax document that will enable you to determine if you qualify. The enrollment and financial information is also provided to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for additional information.

GradGuard Tuition Insurance

Tuition Protection Plan

What happens when your student's education is disrupted by an unexpected injury or illness?  Depending on the timing of the withdrawal, you may not be eligible to receive a refund of all of your tuition and fees.

The Tuition Insurance Plan offered by GradGuard™ supplements Duquesne University's withdrawal policy.  It helps students and their families overcome the financial losses that may result from events which force students to withdraw from the semester due to a covered medical reason.  Helping families get the most out of your Duquesne University experience is always our top priority. That's why we've partnered with GradGuard™ to make the Tuition Insurance Plan available to our families.

This coverage strengthens and broadens the scope of our existing refund policy by including reimbursement for tuition, housing and other payments if a student withdraws for any covered medical reason at any time during the semester.

Please remember the deadline to enroll is the day before classes begin each semester.

Learn more at GradGuard.com/Tuition/duq or call 866.724.4384.

For additional questions visit our Tuition Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

A Duquesne University education is an excellent investment in a student's future. 

Educational loans can be a necessary part of that process for paying for college.  The Federal Direct Student Loan is the most-widely used loan and is available for both undergraduate and graduate students.

The eligibility for these loans is determined by completing the FAFSA annually.  

To learn more about the loan repayment process, visit our website.

Changes to the Student Health Insurance Coverage  

Duquesne does not require proof of health insurance coverage or automatically enroll students in the Student Health Insurance Plan. 

Athletes and International students are auto-enrolled in health insurance and will still need to provide proof of health insurance coverage.

Registered students in need of insurance can enroll in the Student Health Insurance Plan

For more information please visit our SHIP website. 

Have additional questions? Visit our FAQ's page.

Duquesne University has partnered with Flywire and PayMyTuition to streamline the tuition payment process for our international students. Using either of these secure platforms will assist students in paying their tuition bill with ease and on time.

  • Excellent foreign exchange rates
  • No hidden bank fees
  • Email confirmation when payment is received
  • Customer Support
  • Ensure faster processing time

Accessing Flywire:

  • Log into DORI
  • Select “Tuition Payment Portal”
  • Select “Make Payment” and then the term

    Flywire toll-free customer support

Accessing PayMyTuition:

  • Log into PayMyTuition
  • Select “Duquesne University"
  • Follow the prompts

    PayMyTuition toll-free support 1-855-663-6839

Student Accounts Office

We are dedicated to helping students and parents understand the billing process and their financial responsibilities to Duquesne.

Contact Us

Fax: (412) 396-5958

Roberta Penz

Director of Student Accounts

Responsible for overseeing book vouchers, collection, payment plans, refunds, and tuition. Bobbi is a member of the Retention Committee and works closely to help students overcome financial barriers to registration.

Karen Hartupee

Assistant Manager of Student Accounts

Responsible for international student billing, military federal tuition assistance authorization (TA), student refunds, and third party and corporate deferment programs.

Zachary Henry

Accounting Analyst

Oversees the loan portfolio and prepares the annual reporting of the 1098-T forms, in addition to working on Retention efforts throughout the year. He is also responsible for accounting analysis for our department.

Robin Connors

Communications and Collections Analyst

Provides support to the offices of auxiliary services, controller, finance and business, and treasurer in administrative matters as well as internal and website communications. She also serves as collections analyst for the student accounts office and budget manager for the controller's office.

Germaine Marnell

Sr. Accounting Clerk

Processes weekly student refunds and also manages the daily student account email and voicemails. In addition, she participates in Retention efforts throughout the year.