Come to Purdue to explore technology’s impact on how we live.
Attention high school students in grade 11: Technology needs you! Discover degrees and career options in Purdue Polytechnic Institute, one of the 10 academic colleges at Purdue University.
The possibilities are endless with Vision and the Polytechnic. Created with underrepresented and underserved students in mind, this camp is open to high school juniors. You will join our Minority Technology Association, Purdue faculty and staff in an exploration of technology and how it shapes everything we do from the time we wake up each morning.
Explore majors like robotics, game studies, computer information technology, unmanned aerial systems, aeronautical engineering, building information modeling, cyber security, or audio engineering to name a few. Then discover student life on Purdue’s Big Ten campus, dining in the residence halls, exploring the campus bowling alley or one of our campus cultural centers or touring the newly redesigned Honors college.
March 28-30, 2019
7:00-7:50a Breakfast (Wiley Hall)
8:30-10:00a Purdue Airport Info Session and Tour
10:30-11:50a MTA student panel
12:50-1:30p Envision Center Tour
1:40-5:00p Academic Sessions
5:30-6:00p Honors College Tour
6:15-7:00p Dinner (Ford Dining)
7:30-9:00p Rec & Wellness swim, workout, free play
9:30-11:00p Movie Night
11:00p-7:00a Quiet Hours
Cost and Accommodations
$150 per person, includes a two-night stay at the Purdue Union Club Hotel and all activities and meals, including a luncheon for you and one guest for the closing ceremony.
Scholarship assistance is available for those with financial need.
Check-in time is Thursday, March 28 between 1:00 and 2:00 p.m.
If additional information is needed or you require an accommodation or special assistance due to a disability, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765.494.4935.
About the program and scholarships
Contact the Polytechnic main office