Student Resources for Online Learning
Center for Career Development
The Center for Career Development is currently working remotely while we continue to maintain business operations to best serve our campus and community. For general inquiries, you may leave a detailed voice message at 412-396-6644. You may also send an email to email@example.com.
Students and Alumni may access an array of services and resources online via Handshake https://duq.joinhandshake.com.
- Schedule virtual appointments (Phone or Zoom) with a Career Consultant via Handshake Click on the career center tab at the top of the home page, then click appointments to view available times.
- Update your profile and upload your resume to Handshake. All resumes will be reviewed by their Consultant and students will receive feedback via email.
- Search and apply for thousands of internship and full-time job opportunities.
- Visit the Resources tab to find sample resumes, helpful job-search articles, and links to a variety of career tools.
Visit Career Tools to discover all the online databases and tools to support your career and job-search needs. Sharpen your interview skills with Big Interview, find sports careers at Teamwork Online, and broaden your job-search with Career Shift, plus more!
Computing and Technology Services (CTS)
In the event that academic functions are disrupted due to prolonged campus or building closures, some of your face-to-face classes may temporarily be moved online. CTS is a useful resource for learning and studying remotely that are available to Duquesne University students.
Counseling Services will be providing support via remote delivery options effective March 20th 2020 until further notice. Counseling services offers free confidential personal psychotherapy to all currently enrolled Duquesne students. Confidential short-term personal psychotherapy is provided for a variety of reasons, such as difficulty adjusting to college life, personal and/or emotional distress, homesickness, test anxiety, sleep disturbances, etc. Students in need of more frequent, long-term psychotherapy will work with our case manager to find resources that will meet his/her needs.
Duquesne Dining Services is offering take-out at Incline Food Court and it can be accessed through the ramp doors by the Union loading dock.
Brunch: 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Dinner: 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
To prevent prolonged social gatherings, our seating area is temporarily closed. All food and beverage are available for take-out!
The Disability Services office provides services to the diverse student body which includes people of all abilities and disabilities. The office provides accommodations to help you through your academic courses and extracurricular activities. We have accommodations in place to help you through your academic courses and time at Duquesne University.
In support of Duquesne University's mission, Educational Technology seeks to promote the effective use of technology to facilitate and enhance teaching, learning, and research. We collaborate with Duquesne's campus community, administration, and faculty to evaluate and implement emerging technologies that will best enhance the student learning experience.
The Gumberg Library is available to serve you virtually from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. They are available through chat, email, phone, text, or zoom meetings.
Health Services will return calls from voicemail left on 412-396-1650 during regular business hours.
If you are in immediate need of emergency care, contact D.U. Public Safety: 412-396-2677
Michael P. Weber Learning Skills Center
The mission of the Michael P. Weber Learning Skills Center is to maximize each student's learning potential to produce life-long learners with a sense of self-worth and social responsibility by providing a supportive learning environment that recognizes the uniqueness of each individual. Our mission is "helping students to succeed."
Spiritan Campus Ministry
At the Spiritan Campus Ministry you will have access to various virtual groups and individual activities as well as an opportunity for one-on-one check-ins with your favorite campus ministers!
Please be advised that effective Friday, March 20, 2020, our physical office is closed, and most staff members are working remotely. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding University Registrar related services.
At the Writing Center we can...
- Answer questions about your writing.
- Give you feedback on a writing project.
- Help you learn to be a better writer.
- Help you improve how you teach writing.
The Writing Center provides writing instruction and support for undergraduates, graduate students, staff, and faculty. All consulting sessions will move online to Zoom. There will be no face-to-face sessions in College Hall or Gumberg Library. This procedure will continue until further notice.
Please see the university's response regarding the COVID-19.
Notice for All Students:
If anyone is in need of financial support due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact Dr. Ian Edwards for further information and possible assistance.
If you are a Duquesne student who is experiencing food insecurity, the Brother Keating Initiative can help