On behalf of the Purdue Polytechnic Institute, welcome to the Boilermaker/Techie family!
Per the March 10, 2020, announcement from President Mitch Daniels and Provost Jay Akridge, visits to our West Lafayette campus are suspended until May 2, 2020. Please check back after May 1st to schedule your visit. In the meantime, please subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest information on all that Purdue Polytechnic has to offer. Have questions regarding Purdue's response to COVID-19? See the Purdue Admissions COVID-19 FAQ page.
We are tight-knit group of students, faculty and industry partners on the West Lafayette campus, and we’re excited to help your student navigate their college journey. Following are some resources that you and your student might find helpful over the next few years. If you encounter a situation that needs attention but you don’t know whom to contact, let us know. We will do our best to set you on the right path.
Connect with Polytechnic staff, ask questions about classes and hear from current Polytechnic students by joining our closed Facebook group! This online community was created exclusively for families of admitted students to connect with other Polytechnic parents and Polytechnic staff. Be sure to use code AFPI19FB to enter.
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Purdue Bursar's Office
Purdue’s Bursar's Office is your one-stop shop for finding information on student tuition, viewing invoices, making payments and ensuring timely refunds.
Visit the Office of the Bursar’s website for information on tuition, fees, rates and remissions.
Division of Financial Aid
The Purdue Division of Financial Aid helps students and their families find ways to eliminate financial barriers to a Purdue education. The office provides information on scholarships, grants, campus employment and resources for veterans.
There are several types of housing for Polytechnic students, ranging from on-campus residence halls to near-campus apartments. Use the online tools to find housing that meets your needs and preferences.
A learning community is a collective of students from the same major who live among each other in a residence hall, while they share an academic goal or explore a shared interest. Students who participate in learning communities often earn higher grades and have increased exposure to university resources. More than 3,000 first-year students and 1,000 current students participate in Purdue’s learning communities every year.
Polytechnic students can select from any Purdue learning communities.