The Application Process
Just a few steps to transfer your credits and continue your education with Duquesne! Complete the application and submit official transcripts from all institutions attended.
- Applicants are automatically considered for scholarships and financial aid, provided that you submit or update your FAFSA. Duquesne's school code is 003258.
- Transfer students with fewer than 24 credits will also need to submit high school transcripts
- Transfers can live in the residence halls on campus based on availability at the time of application
Transferring Credit & Degree Requirements
Our Bridges curriculum prepares you for what's next and ensures that you'll never have to narrow your ambitions. The curriculum is designed to overlap with every major at Duquesne so you can maximize progress toward your degree while having the opportunity to discover new interests or pursue additional goals. And it is transfer friendly - we want to make friends with you and your college credits. Bridges makes it easy to transfer and apply college credit to accelerate your progress to your degree.
- Duquesne University accepts up to 60 credits from a two-year community college or up to 90 credits from a four-year college or university.
- Generally, Duquesne accepts credits from an accredited college or university that correspond to the Duquesne curriculum
- Final determination on transferable credits is made by your academic advisor or dean of the school.
- It is possible to receive some credit from military experience, and this is determined by an advisor in your school of study.
- Your final 30 credits must be completed at Duquesne University.
- The full transfer policy is available in the Undergraduate Catalog