Undergraduate Room and Board Rates

Living Learning Centers - Academic Year 2020-2021

Students at Duquesne live in safety and comfort in our Living Learning Centers.

Freshmen have several housing options, most with three rates: triple, double or single. Sophomores can also choose housing in Des Places. Juniors and Seniors may choose Vickroy or rent an apartment in our affiliated housing facility, Brottier Hall.

Review these student residences for on-campus housing costs at Duquesne.**
Assumption Hall
Brottier Hall***
Des Places Hall
St. Ann Hall
St. Martin Hall
Towers
Vickroy Hall

Student residences photos and descriptions

Meal plans

**Duquesne is employing a Flexible Residency Program for the 2020-2021 Academic year.  It works like this: if you have elected to live on campus and have an assigned spot, that spot is yours. If circumstances make you want to arrive after official move-in, let the University know, we will hold your spot, and your housing charges will be adjusted on a pro-rated basis so that you are charged only for the time you are there. Similarly, if at some point in the semester you feel you will be safer returning to your home residence, you may do so. In that case, your housing charges also will be pro-rated. The goal of the Flexible Residency Program is to provide students a way to live on campus with some flexibility to adapt, if necessary, to changing conditions. Once a student has lived on campus and then opted to leave, the University will no longer hold the spot in the residence for the student for the remainder of the semester. 

***Flexible residency does not apply to Brottier Hall rent.

Updated November 9, 2020