Gathering Place One of several coffee shops on campus, the Union Starbucks is a popular place to meet, eat and study.
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The Duquesne Union is the center of campus life

Dedicated in 1967, the six-story building was renovated in 2008. The Duquesne Union offers dining, student services, administrative offices and meeting rooms for events and entertainment for all members of the Duquesne community.

  • If you come in from Locust Street you’ll be on the second floor – close to Starbucks, the student lounge and the Computer Store.
  • Enter from Academic Walk and you’ll be on the third floor, close to the Duquesne Room.
  • You can also take the outdoor stairs on Academic Walk side by the fountain to the fourth floor and the Ballroom.

Room Reservations

All recognized Duquesne University student organizations are eligible to reserve rooms on campus. 

Non-Duquesne organizations interested in reserving University facilities should visit Conference Services for more details.

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact:

Amy Gross
Student Events Coordinator

Brigitte Szivos
Assistant Director for Union Operations

Mike Cecil
Evening Manager for Union Operations

Cheryl Knoch
Assistant Vice-President for Student Life