Fr. Hogan and students near the Union fountain

Duquesne University Scholarship Association

Duquesne University Scholarship Association (DUSA), led by Reverend Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp., provides limited scholarships to Duquesne students in need. Past recipients have used DUSA scholarships to offset costs ranging from books and semester fees to partial tuition.

Application Process

Undergraduate (upper classman only) and graduate students are welcome to apply. Interested students must complete the following steps to apply for a DUSA scholarship:

  1. Meet with the Office of Financial Aid to make sure they have taken advantage of all other means of assistance available to them.

  2. Schedule an appointment with Reverend Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp. by calling 412.396.5069.

Graduation Ceremony Spring 2022

Congratulations Shane Conklin, winner of the Rev. Sean Hogan Leadership Award!

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Congratulations, Fr. Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp.

Fr. Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp. received the Mol an Óige Award at the 150th Anniversary Gala held in honor of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit.

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Welcome, Cabrero Family!

Cabrero Family

Duquesne Business Alum and President of Professional Market Research, Inc., Frankie Cabrero,
his wife Rocio and their sons, Alejandro and Nicolas stopped by to spend some time catching up with
Father Hogan while in town touring the Duquesne campus and the City of Pittsburgh.

Thank you for your support!

Father Hogan Day of Giving 2022 Thank You

Father Hogan's 80th Birthday Celebration

Fr. Hogan and Pres. Gormley

Greetings from Ireland!


Greetings from Ireland! Although I was born and spent most of my life here in Ireland, part of my heart remains at Duquesne University. I remember all the wonderful students, faculty and staff that I developed friendships with over the years, and I remain in contact with many.

Most of all, I remember the students, the ones I taught in the School of Education and the ones I advised in the ATO fraternity. Because of these ladies and gentlemen, I developed the Father Naos McCool Endowed Fund to assist students as they continued their studies at the University.

Father McCool

This scholarship continues under the stewardship of my confrere, Father Sean Hogan. He continues to administer funds to students who need that assistance to register for class or anything that allows them to continue their studies. However, it is not ever enough.

I know that this pandemic has touched many of our lives, including the students at Duquesne. I am asking you to consider contributing a small amount to this fund that has helped so many over the years.

On a personal note, I am well and continue to improve every day. Please email me at to say, "Hello" or connect with me on Facebook, which I check every day. If your travels take you through Dublin, please call me. I welcome your visit.

I thank you in advance for your generosity, and please know I keep you in my prayers always.

Love and respect,
Naos McCool, C.S.Sp.

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DUSA also hosts events to support Duquesne students and raise funds.