Your Home on Campus
Living on campus is an exciting and challenging part of the college experience. At Duquesne, about two-thirds of full-time undergraduate students live on campus in residence halls called Living Learning Centers. (Find out why they’re so much more than just dorms!)
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体育彩票投注网360彩票the office of residence life provides a highly trained staff of live-in resident directors, assistant resident directors and resident assistants who support these students on a daily basis (24 hours a day, in fact). their responsibilities include:
- Assisting students with personal and academic concerns
- Implementing policies
- Facilitating programs
- Making referrals
- Sharing information about campus services and events
- Check out the Residence Life Calendar for important information on LLC openings, closings and meals.
- Information about room selection for returning students.
- View the incoming Freshmen Student Guide or Transfer/Graduate Student Guide to living on-campus.
- Residence Life Handbook
- Duquesne's Campus Residency Policy requires that freshmen and sophomores live on campus or with a parent or guardian.
- Newly accepted students can log into DORI to learn how to get ready for their first weeks on campus. (You need a multipass password to log in.)
- All new students must complete the required Immunization and Health Forms in accordance with guidelines from the American College Health Association.
- Answers to your Frequently Asked Questions can be found by clicking here.
- Room and Board rates can be found by clicking here.
- The Polarwave Reservation Form for the 2019-2020 Academic year is available by clicking here.
- FAQs regarding Comcast XFINITY streaming services can be found by clicking here.
- Comcast Channel Lineup can be found by clicking here.