WHAT WE DO
- Promote the mission, vision and academic opportunities of the Polytechnic Institute
- Encourage awareness and appreciation of diversity
- Endorse educational opportunities across campus
- Establish avenues for students to be involved on campus
- Provide opportunities for the success of all Polytechnic students
- Implement engagement and outreach activities for students to explore Polytechnic degrees
- Improve student retention and success through student organizations, academic support services and mentoring programs
- Guide prospective students’ search for a Polytechnic degree matching their interests and career goals
Learn more about our commitment to diversity.
EVENTS & RESOURCES FOR PROSPECTIVE/INCOMING STUDENTS AND COUNSELORS
Virtual Information Sessions
Learn more about the unique educational approach the Polytechnic uses in the 30+ majors of our six academic areas and review our degree programs in high-demand career fields.
Admitted Student Day
During this highly interactive day, admitted students and their guests tour the departments and labs, sample lunch from the award-winning dining facilities, meet current Polytechnic students and learn about study abroad opportunities. Watch for an invitation via email after you are admitted.
We schedule several days and times in the fall to fit your schedule. Each session is about an hour long, and it’s free. We will have a live Q&A feature to answer your questions in real time after the presentation.
Female high school students are discovering the Polytechnic!
There are nearly 1000 female students in the Polytechnic who are interested in innovation, are intrigued by how things work and want to use their creativity to make the world a better place.
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
We’ve compiled a list of campus resources and helpful links, especially for you!
EVENTS & RESOURCES FOR CURRENT STUDENTS
Join us the first week of classes for free food and fun activities in and around Knoy Hall. Learn about student groups, cultural centers and recreational sports.
Extend your interests beyond the classroom and connect with other students.
Study sessions and snack breaks encourage students before finals. Look for information about these events on social media.
First-year students learn study strategies.
- TECH 100: Students receive an introduction to support services and strategies to help students succeed in classes.
- TECH 101: Students meet women employed in technology-related fields to hear their personal stories and gain real-world insight.
There are student groups across Purdue for just about every interest. A few opportunities are:
- Polytechnic Ambassadors
- Minority Technology Association (MTA)
- Women in Technology (WiT)
- Visit the Polytechnic Student Activities and Organizations page for more opportunities.
A free service for Techies to learn one-on-one from students who have already had academic success in the same courses.
Need help with your math and/or physics classes? Polytechnic students are available to help you!
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Dudley Hall (DUDL), Room 1376
363 N Grant St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907
WHO WE ARE
Everyone in our office is eager to help Polytechnic students navigate their paths through college. Take advantage of the services we offer.
Antonia (Toni) Munguia
Director of Recruitment, Retention, and Diversity
Benito Abraham Martinez
Assistant Director of Diversity and Retention
Assistant Director of Diversity and Recruitment
Associate Director of Recruitment and Diversity
Kassandra Lopez Carrillo