You Have Arrived: Duquesne Freshman Move-in Is Tuesday
On Tuesday, Aug. 18, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Duquesne University's Class of 2019 will swarm campus.
The incoming freshman class of more than 1,400 students-one of the largest in University history-will be settling into their rooms.
Traffic patterns on campus will change to accommodate move-in. The following streets will become one way:
- Bluff Street
- McAnulty Drive
- Locust Street
- Seitz Street
- Vickroy Street.
Drivers approaching campus from Forbes Avenue are asked to turn right on Stevenson Street, not McAnulty Drive. Other incoming students will approach campus from Bluff Street.
Surface parking also will be adjusted to allow for better flow.
The University's award-winning, student-run orientation program will be from Wednesday, Aug. 19, through Sunday, Aug. 23.
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