Show your Purdue Pride while helping to support the University's General Scholarship Fund. The license plate program, which began in 1991, has raised more than $4,000,000 for scholarships.
A donation of $25 is required to purchase the plate (over and above any other vehicle registration fees). This donation is required each year to keep the plate.
Simply go to your local BMV office and request the Purdue plate. Your $25 donation is collected by the BMV at the time of payment. Plates can also be renewed online at the Indiana BMV Web site.
The Purdue plate is legal for passenger cars, recreational vehicles, trucks up to 11,000 pounds, and motorcycles.
Contact your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for information on how to purchase the plate. Purdue plates are currently available in the following states.
States that have been asked, but currently do not allow out-of-state collegiate plates include:
To contact Purdue about the license plate program, call (800) 677-8780 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.