The Purdue Polytechnic Institute Business Office coordinates and supervises all business aspects of the college’s academic departments, schools, and administrative units. We serve as the link between academic departments and other areas of the Treasurer's Office. We seek to partner with the college community to support learning, discovery, and engagement by delivering quality business and financial services, and efficiently and effectively providing stewardship of college and department resources. Read more about the Treasurer's Office here.
- Biweekly Time Cards (signed) are due by noon on the last Friday of the pay period.
The Business Office is now using Footprints for Procurement and Travel.
Customers already entering orders in ARIBA should continue that process. Otherwise, we will process the following purchasing requests:
- Invoice payment
- Packing slip processing
- Returns processing
- Assistance with ARIBA
- Other Direct Payments (non-personal)
Travelers should consult with their departmental business manager prior to travel. The departmental business office can provide funding source account information, specific travel requirements based on funding source or department leadership and other department specific information concerning travel.
All-Hazards Awareness Training- In addition to in-person sessions, training is available online at the University's Blackboard Learn website. URL for instructions for using either type of session: www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2014/Q2/emergency-preparedness-training-sessions-continue.html
- Boiler Volunteer Network Volunteer Opportunities-join organized volunteer events to meet ongoing needs in the area.
- Purdue Women's Club-Open to all women interested in Purdue and Greater Lafayette.
Offers various series and events plus more than 30 interest groups www.purduewomensclub.org