Student Support for Military and Veterans
Learn about the services that Duquesne University offers to help military and veterans and their families advance their education, gain a university degree and make a successful transition to civilian life.
Director of Military Education
Don Accamando, a retired lieutenant colonel of the U.S. Air Force, is the director of military education at Duquesne University. The University has approximately 350 military service members and veterans as students.
Free Military Psychology Clinic Welcomes Veterans, Families
Counseling services through the Psychology Clinic at Duquesne University are for veterans and their families to ease the transition from military to civilian life.Dr. Roger Brooke brings both experience and knowledge to the new military psychology clinic at Duquesne University.
Duquesne Partners With VA to Help Vets Pay for Education
Duquesne University participates in the Department of Veterans Affairs' Post-9/11 GI Bill’s Yellow Ribbon Program.
For Active Military Service Members
Duquesne University offers additional programs for active duty, guard, reserve, and veteran service members.