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HTM Student Services (Marriott Hall, room 128):

  • Classes for Spring 2014 are available online.

Student Drop in hours: Monday thru Friday, 4:00pm - 5:00pm. If you need to talk to an advisor please go online and make an appointment with your advisor to insure you get to talk to them. Apointments can be made on the registration tab.

Drop/Add process


Priority Groups





Open Registration

Current Classification

(credit hours already completed)

Students who have priority registration should be aware of this.





Open for all current degree, non-degree, transfer students and new spring admits

Targeted Classification weeks for 1-on-1 with HTM advisor

Mon. Feb. 17th thru Tues. Feb. 18th

Wed. Feb.19th  thru Fri. Mar. 7th

Mon. Mar. 10th thru Fri. Mar. 28th

Mon. Mar. 31st thru Fri. Apr. 11th

Mon. Apr. 14th thru Fri. Apr. 18th

Students shouldn’t wait for open registration to meet with their advisor

Self-registration timetable

Mar. 25th thru Mar. 29th at noon

Mar. 31st thru Apr. 5th at noon

Apr. 7th thru Apr. 12th at noon

Apr. 14th thru Apr. 19th at noon

Apr. 21st thru Apr. 26th at noon

Apr. 28th thru June 7th at noon and Monday July 21st thru Monday Sept. 1st at noon


HTM Spring 2014 Class Times and Locations *subject to change

Registration packet for HTM 120 credits program (required for 1-on-1 session)

Registration packet for HTM 130 credits program (required for 1-on-1 session)

HTM Override (adjusted) Policy


HTM Career Center:

HTM 302 ORIENTATION MEETING – MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS DOING (OR EVEN THINKING OF DOING) THE HTM 302 INTERNSHIP THIS SUMMER.: This is the last opportunity to attend the mandatory orientation meeting for HTM 302.

If you are doing your HTM 302 Internship this summer, or even think you might do your HTM 302 Internship this summer, you are required to attend a mandatory meeting in order for your internship to count for HTM 302 credit.
If you have already attended a session on November 21, March 5, or March 6, and we have record of it, then you do not need to attend this session.
Attendance will be taken and recorded.
May 1, 2014 – Thursday at 7:00pm – MRRT 148
If you have a Purdue class at this time, please see Janet Glotzbach.

Student Organizations:  

ETA Sigma Delta Study Tables: Thursday’s 12pm – 3pm in MRRT 138 (Students Activities Room) Contact: purdueesd@gmail.com

NSMH: Check out this video on the fun NSMH has to offer! Find us on Facebook ‘NSMH at Purdue’ or follow us on Twitter @PurdueNSMH! Calling all students! Have you ever wanted to get involved with an HTM club, work on your event planning skills, or to develop your leadership ability? The National Society of Minorities in Hospitality has an application for board positions offered for the 2014-2015 school year. Apply today through April 11th to be considered. Being a minority is NOT a requirement and all students are encouraged to apply! Application and Board Positions

HSMA: HSMA is accepting applications for their executive board for next year! We have opportunities for Vice-President, Public Relations/Recruitment, Social Chair, and Secretary. Freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors (all graduating May 2015 or later) are all welcome to apply! Please send your resume and desired position to Ally Polries at apolries@purdue.edu   by April 18 at 5:00PM.

Study Abroad:

  • Spring Semester and Summer 2014 in Spain and Chinia
  • Maymester 2014 Scotland


  • CALL OUT SPAIN-Maymester 2015: Come and learn about this fantastic opportunity to explore Spain. The callout will be Thursday April 24th @ 8:00pm in MRRT 265. We will discuss the tentative itinerary – cost – scholarships and anything else students would like to learn about.

Special Topics/Events:

  • Commencement Information
  • Cvent Certification- can process anytime; no fee. HTM contact is Dr. La Lopa (lalopam@purdue.edu); Cvent Certification team email for questions is certification@cvent.com
  • Nominations for Outstanding Senior: We are calling for nominations for HTM's Outstanding Senior. The student should be a senior (7th semester or more) and have a great record of leadership, scholarship, professionalism and service to others. To nominate a student - yourself or someone you feel deserves to be recognized - submit their name and provide a brief reason to support your nomination here . Any questions about the Outstanding Senior Award? Ask Dr. Day at gjday@purdue.edu.
  • Are you around campus for the summer?  Perhaps taking classes in Maymester?  HTM 14100 Financial Accounting for the Service Industry is being offered as a Maymester course.  Consider the advantages:
  • Weekly tests covering content that you learned earlier that week, so that you have less time to forget
  • Fast paced – 3 credits earned in one month
  • Generally smaller classes
  • Morning classes, so your afternoons/evenings are still open


  • NEWH The Hospitality Industry Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to the Hospitality Industry. It is our goal to further our industry through education. NEWH Chicago Chapter is awarding up to $20,000 in scholarships in 2014 to students who are pursuing careers affiliated with the Hospitality Industry.  NEWH Scholarship Application.pdf ; NEWH Scholarship Information.pdf . Deadline for receipt of application is APRIL 15th, 2014.
  • Current scholarship opportunities information can be found at: http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/htm/undergraduate/scholarships/current.php. (Make sure to check the due dates.)
  • The College of Health & Human Sciences has a Scholarship Website for continuing students at: http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/student_services/scholarships/index.php