News and Information
Students can now use Self-Service Banner to:
- Request official transcripts from the Registrar's Office
- Get enrollment verifications online (provides proof of enrollment and student status for insurance companies or lenders
- View grades (Holds do not prevent students from viewing final grades)
Click on Self-Service Banner > Student information > Student Records. Look for links to View Academic Transcript, Enrollment Verification or Final Grades (available at the end of each semester.)
Use Self-Service Banner to view your holds. Students with certain types of holds will not be permitted to register. If registration is prohibited based on a hold, that information is included as part of the hold message.
Registration for Spring 2013
Registration for current students will begin on October 29, 2012 and registration time tickets will be staggered based on your class year. Eligible students can use Self-Service Banner to register for classes. Banner can be accessed through DORI, the University's portal. Students must have a Multipass account to log on to DORI and access the Banner system. Freshmen (students with fewer than 15 credits) and non-degree students must meet with their advisors in order to register for the Spring term.
Spring 2013 Registration Schedule
Registration Policies and Procedures for Spring 2013
- October 29, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - Online registration begins for early registrants. See your advisor for details.
- November 5, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - Undergraduates with 90+ earned credits and All SLPA undergraduates
- November 6, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - All graduate students
- November 12, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - Undergraduates with 60+ earned credits
- November 26, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - Undergraduates with 30+ earned credits
- December 3, 2012, 8:30 a.m. - Undergraduates with 15+ earned credits can register online. Undergraduates with less than 15 earned credits can register with their advisors.
Plan Your Courses for Registration with RAPP
RAPP (Review Academic Program Progress) is a tool for students to review their progress through their academic programs and identify the classes they still need to take. RAPP is available to students in all schools, with the exception of Education and Music (which will be available in the near future), who started at Duquesne in Fall 2007 or later. Students considering changing their academic program may also use RAPP to review how their coursework to date applies to the new program, and which additional courses must still be fulfilled. Please note that this is not an official degree evaluation and is intended only for the purposes of registration planning.
To use RAPP, go to Self-Service Banner > Student Information > Registration > Review Academic Program Progress (RAPP).Print the Class Schedule Planning Sheet
As you select your class sections, write the CRNs (course reference numbers) of the class sections you wish to register for on the worksheet. Take it with you to your advising appointment, or use it for quick reference when using Self-Service to register.
Class Schedule Planning Sheet (PDF)
On the Waitlist? Check Your Duquesne E-mail!
If you put yourself on a waitlist for a closed class, you will receive an e-mail notification at your Duquesne University e-mail address when a seat becomes available and will be able to register. You will have 72 hours from the time you receive the notification to register for the class; after that time, you will be removed from the waitlist and the seat will be offered to the next student. During the add/drop period, you will have 24 hours to register for the class after receiving notification that a seat has become available.
If you have put yourself on a waitlist for a class, please check your Duquesne e-mail address regularly so that you do not miss the opportunity to register for your class when a seat is offered to you!