Purdue Events

Programs for Admitted Students

Purdue’s for Me
Purdue’s for Me is an on-campus program designed for admitted students. The program allows these students and their families to meet current students, advisors, and faculty; explore extracurricular activities; tour campus and residence halls; eat lunch in a student dining court; and ask any questions they might have.

Individual Visits
The Office of Admissions hosts daily, individual visits specifically for admitted students. These are held twice a day, Monday through Friday, and include a presentation and student-guided walking tour.

Programs for Prospective Students

A Saturday with the Boilermakers
This Saturday morning on-campus program for high school students each September features an information fair, admissions sessions, and tours of the campus and residence halls. Participating students receive a complimentary ticket to that day’s Purdue football game.

Fall Preview Days
At these on-campus programs, high school students can attend an information fair, meet with Purdue’s colleges and schools, tour the campus and residence halls, and have a complimentary lunch. Fall Preview Days are held in October and early November.

Explore Purdue
Explore Purdue is open to all high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who are interested in investigating their post-high school options and learning more about Purdue. By participating in a variety of activities, students get an overview of campus, Purdue’s colleges and schools and their majors, and campus life. Visitors also have the opportunity to interact with professors, staff members, and current students. The content and activities of the program may be of particular interest to African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American students.

Introducing Purdue
This program is open to all high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors and offers the perfect opportunity to learn more about Purdue. Students who attend will have the chance to talk with academic advisors, tour the campus, visit the residence halls, have lunch in the Purdue Memorial Union, and hear what current Purdue students are saying about life on campus.

This page current as of June 13, 2018