The Purdue Polytechnic Institute at Anderson is part of a statewide network that offers the same technology degrees available in West Lafayette. Its smaller size allows for dedicated, one-on-one attention while you earn your degree from Purdue University.
Purdue Polytechnic Anderson offers five bachelor of science (BS) degree programs. Graduates of these programs find employment in business and industry in Anderson and the surrounding communities. In addition to offering these degree programs, Purdue serves as a resource for local business and industrial personnel who are updating their skills or who need retraining in technical fields.
Purdue Polytechnic Anderson provides an individualized, practical, and real-world approach for the beginning student as well as the experienced student. The student population is a mix of traditional college-aged students who recently have graduated from high school and nontraditional students already in the workplace. This diversity brings a unique blend of education and experience into classroom discussions, benefiting all.
To inspire, educate, and mentor students through learn-by-doing and integrated study, preparing graduates for success as future technology innovators and industry leaders; and to advance trans-disciplinary learning, engagement, and use-inspired research addressing important state and global challenges.
We are a transformational college unbounded by tradition ... Pioneers of learn-by-doing and use-inspired research.
Statement of Integrity and Code of Conduct
At Purdue and the Purdue Polytechnic Institute, integrity is indispensable to our mission. We act with honesty and adhere to the highest standards of moral and ethical values and principles through our personal and professional behavior. We demonstrate our understanding of these values and principles and uphold them in every action and decision. Trust and trustworthiness go hand in hand with how we conduct ourselves, as we sustain a culture that is based upon ethical conduct We expect our actions to be consistent with our words, and our words to be consistent with our intentions. We accept our responsibilities, share leadership in a democratic spirit, and subject ourselves to the highest standards of public trust. We hold ourselves accountable for our words and our actions.
We uphold the highest stands of fairness, act as responsible citizens, respect equally amidst diversity, preserve the rights of others, and treat all individuals with dignity. To fulfill our goals as a learning community, we insist that the objectives of student learning are not compromised. We treat all students equitably, and our evaluations of learning achievements are impartial and based solely on demonstrated academic performance.
As a land-grant institution, we demonstrate our responsiveness to our constituencies and extend to them access to our knowledge resources. We pledge to make wise use of our resources and to be good stewards of financial, capital, and human resources.