You've decided it's time for bigger goals with Duquesne - the first step is to apply and we will walk you through it!
Step 1 - Submit your application:
Domestic and international transfer students can submit Duquesne's Future Focused App, find us on Common App or the Coalition Application.
I am applying to transfer to Duquesne to start classes in the spring, summer or fall 2022:
Start in Spring, Summer or Fall 2022
Spring semester classes begin on January 12. Summer classes begin in May and June depending on the class. The fall semester begins on August 22.
Step 2 - Access your applicant portal:
After you submit your application, you will have access to your applicant portal where you'll find a checklist of additional materials that may be required. (Please note that students who apply through Common App will not have access to their applicant portal until mid-to-late August. You'll receive an email from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions when you're able to log in to your portal.)
This checklist may include transcripts, letters of recommendation and standardized test scores (or learn more about test-optional admission).
Applicants may choose to submit a Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR). We also accept self-reported GPA from Common App, DU Future Focused Application and Coalition Application. Applicants can also self-report standardized test scores. Confirming documentation will be required before enrollment.
Health Sciences and Nursing applicants ONLY: If your intended program of study requires a letter of recommendation, you will need the following information about your recommender: First and Last Name, Organization, Position/Title, Relationship, Phone Number, Email (Please use organization email)
For graduate, law and visiting student applications please visit the University apply page.
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