Duquesne University Academic Walk

Giving Priorities

Many of Duquesne’s schools, departments and programs have identified their own funding needs and priorities.

Schools and Academic Programs


Your support of Duquesne academics allows our students to thrive in the both in classroom and in their communities as they use their knowledge to serve others. Learn more about our academic programs.

Student Experience


The Duquesne experience is more than the learning that takes place in the classroom. Support of co-curricular/extracurricular activities, community outeach and campus ministry allow students to experience an eduation for the mind, heart and spirit. Learn more about student experiences.

Gumberg Library


Gumberg Library continues to evolve to meet the ever-changing transformation of knowledge sharing and research practices.
Learn more about the Gumberg Library.



A gift to the Duquesne Athletic Fund will help to recruit, retain, train and support our outstanding student-athletes as they pursue a world-class education and playing experience. Learn more about our athletics.

Other Funding Priorities

Center for Healthcare Ethics

Michael P. Weber Learning Skills Center

Office for Military and Veteran Students

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research

Spiritan Campus Ministry

Robert & Patricia Gussin Spiritan Division of Academic Programs

Center for Teaching Excellence