Student Accounts Located in the administration building, Student Accounts is ready to help you with your financial questions on viewing and paying your bills.

Welcome to Student Accounts

The Students Accounts Office helps students and parents understand their financial responsibilities to Duquesne. This is where you can get information on viewing and paying your bill. If you have questions, we are here to help.

All Billing is Online

Student billing at Duquesne is an easy and convenient process. However, it is important to understand that Duquesne does not mail paper bills or statements.You can learn more about eBills and payment options.

Students Must Authorize Parents as Authorized Users

Because college students' financial records are protected by the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Acts (FERPA), parents do not have automatic access to students' financial accounts.

To access and/or manage a student's financial accounts, a parent must be designated by a student as an authorized user in the CASHNet system. Learn how.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please visit our FAQ Page for common questions regarding Student Accounts. If you need further assistance, feel free to contact us at 412-396-6585 or via email at


Spring 2020


CASHNet is the online payment gateway for student payments, payment plans, refunds, etc. Find more information here!

Please note that parents do not automatically have access to CASHNet. Students must add parents/guardians as Authorized Users in order to obtain their own log in information. 


Spring 2020 registration begins on Monday, November 4. Your registration time ticket can be found in DORI Self Service Banner.

Please note: accounts with a balance of $1,900 and above will have a registration hold.


Spring bills will be available in CASHNet on Friday, December 6. Bills are due on Monday, January 9

Book Vouchers

Spring book vouchers will begin on Friday, December 6 and close on Friday, February 7.

Spring Payment Plan

Spring payment plan enrollment opens on Friday, December 6 in CASHNet. Find more information on the Spring payment plan here.


Students must enroll in eRefunds through CASHNet in order to receive funds via direct deposit. Direct deposit information previously on file in QuikPay did not transfer to CASHNet.

Form 1098-T Paperless Option

Duquesne University has partnered with Heartland ECSI to offer you the opportunity to receive your 1098-T Tuition Statement electronically.  If you would like to receive your 1098-T form electronically, please complete the 1098-T Electronic Consent form by January 1, 2020.