How Does Duquesne's Cost of Attendance Compare to the U.S. Average?
Did you know there are other costs in addition to tuition to go to college? Look into just how much extra living fees are at Duquesne.
How This Affects Your College Costs
Being familiar with the many expenses related to going to college can allow you to make the right college decision. The costs of housing, food, and supplies may add up quickly!
A Room, Some Food, and Other Stuff That's Not Free for Some Reason
In 2016 - 2017, students at Duquesne spent $6,412 for housing and $5,348 for the meal plan.
The table below shows the expected expenses of on-campus and off-campus housing and food plans for Duquesne University.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$11,760||$11,760|
|Other Living Expenses||$2,200||$2,200|
|Books and Supplies||$1,400||$1,400|
What is Room & Board Over Four Years? The Sum Comes to $69,116
For the past five years, Duquesne housing and dining costs have adjusted 4.0% on average each year. If the latest developments carry on, this year's incoming freshman will spend $16,422 in room, board and additional costs in their first year of school. Associate's degree students might pay close to $16,981 in their last year, while those pursuing a bachelor's degree are going to spend $17,558 for their last year.
Total room and board costs over the course of four years will be $69,116; for just two years it will be $33,403.
More on Your Campus Home and Food Plan
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||3,748|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||19|
Room & Board Costs Higher Than Average
Duquesne on-campus living expenses cost students $15,360, which is over the average of $14,288.