A new accelerated degree program in Purdue University’s College of Education is intended to help reverse a statewide shortage of special education teachers.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Tuesday (Nov. 7) announced that Jay Akridge has been named the university’s provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and diversity, effective immediately. Akridge has served in the position in an interim capacity since July 1.
Science education at Purdue is poised to take an important step forward with the announcement of plans to build what would be the first new facility dedicated to teaching labs constructed on campus in nearly 50 years.
Purdue University Northwest will offer tuition that is 1.5 times the in-state rate, beginning in fall 2018, to non-resident domestic students who are first-time freshmen, new-to-campus transfer students, or new graduate students, under a new rate structure approved Friday (Oct. 13) by Purdue’s Board of Trustees.
U.S. Department of Education acts on Purdue NewU plan to acquire Kaplan, operate as Indiana’s newest public institution
The U.S. Department of Education has given its approval for Purdue University to move forward with its previously announced plan to acquire Kaplan University and operate Purdue NewU as Indiana’s newest public institution of higher education.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE) on Thursday (Aug. 10) voted unanimously to grant necessary approvals that will allow Purdue University to launch and oversee the state’s newest public institution, currently being called NewU.