FAQs

Employees of Dunkin Brands and Dunkin Donuts franchises can access SkillPort training courses by logging into Dunkin University. Below are some common questions asked by employees, students, and staff.

Dunkin-University

You must be thinking what is Dunkin University? However, Dunkin’ Brands University is home to a popular chain of cafes. Located just outside of Boston, required only by Dunkin’ Donuts employees.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dunkin Help With a Course?

Founded in 1995 by franchisees in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts, the Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program offers $1,000 in scholarships each year to 100 local students to pay tuition, textbooks, housing, or other college-related expenses.

Is There Dunkin in South Africa?

The brands have been present in South Africa for just over two years after GPI launched them in the country at the end of 2016. Five Basking Robbins stores were opened, all in the same city.

How Long Is Online Training for Dunkin?

Two to three weeks or more, depending on how long it takes you to understand the information provided.

How Do I Apply for a Dunkin Scholarship?

Applicants from Rhode Island or Bristol County, MA can enter their zip code to begin the application process or to obtain more information.

  • If you’re from Connecticut or Western MA, enter your zip code to start the application process or for more information.
  • If you’re from the Greater Philadelphia area, enter your zip code to start the application process or for more information.
  • If you are from New Hampshire, enter your zip code to begin the application process.
  • If you are from the Palm Beach-Treasure Coast area, the Greater Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, and the Greater Ft Myers-Naples area, please enter your zip code to begin the application process or for more information.

Is There Any Supporting Documentation Required for the Scholarship?

A current, complete transcript of grades. Grade reports are not accepted. Unofficial or online transcripts must display student name, school name, grades, and credit hours for each course and term in which each course was taken.