Living on Campus

Living on campus is an exciting and challenging part of the college experience. At Duquesne, approximately two-thirds of our undergraduate students from around the country and around the world live on campus in buildings called Living Learning Centers. (They’re so much more than just dorms!)

Assumption Hall Picnic

Each building has a highly trained staff of live-in Resident Directors, Assistant Resident Directors, and/or Graduate Assistants and Resident Assistants to support you around the clock.  Among their responsibilities are:

  • Assisting you with personal and academic concerns
  • Implementing policies
  • Facilitating programs
  • Making referrals
  • Sharing information about campus services and events

All freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus, in accordance with the Campus Residency Policy.

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Dining on campus

Costs associated with living on campus

Room assignments for new students

COVID Planning and Information