Women in the Polytechnic

Of the 4900+ students at Purdue polytechnic, approximately 20 percent are female. That means there are nearly 1000 young women in the Polytechnic who, like you, are interested in innovation and fascinated by how things work.

  Meet Our Students

Hear their advice and learn about their majors.

Get connected
and experience all that Purdue Polytechnic offers!

Student Organizations

WIT

 

Woment in Construction Management

WIT

 

Women in Aviation

Diversity and Cultural Centers

BCC

Everyone is invited! Expand your horizons, learn about traditions and make new friends by visiting a campus cultural center.

 

Club Sports

Club Sports

At Purdue, you don’t need to be a full-time athlete to participate in sports. The Club Sports program offers dozens of sports teams, including co-ed and single-gender, to get your heart beating! Here are just a few:

Sorority and Cooperative Housing

Multicultural and Diversity-Based Sororities

Sorority and Cooperative Housing

 

Historically Black Sororities

National Pan-Hellenic Council

  Meet Our Alumni

Jeannine Abele
"My degree gave me the ability to apply my learning so that I could hit the ground running with experience and confidence. "
Jeannine Abele
Computer and Information Technology
Brittany Remec
"When I was deciding what to do with my future, and considering all the different paths my life could take, Purdue was my constant."
Brittany Remec
Building Construction Technology
Kristie West Alumni Profile
"My degree in organizational leadership taught me how to lead change, communicate effectively manage conflict, think critically and statistically, and understand and improve processes."
Kristie West
Organizational Leadership and Supervision
Keri Wright Alumni Profile
"My Purdue Technology degree has always been the primary tool in my personal tool box to attack business challenges and decisions daily."
Keri Wright
Aviation and Aerospace Management
Melody Birmingham-Byrd
"The work I've done over my career demonstrates that progress is in the making, and that boundaries can be removed when it comes to what women, African Americans or people who come from non-traditional backgrounds in their industry can do when they have the desire, tenacity, ability and are provided the opportunity."
Melody Birmingham-Byrd
Organizational Leadership
Karen Waldenmeyer
"My Purdue coursework included projects that spanned multiple weeks with a variety of deliverables, and completing the work successfully required teamwork. This is exactly how the real world works."
Karen Waldenmeyer
Computer Graphics Technology