13th annual Meet and Greet planned to welcome Purdue students living off campus

August 21, 2012  


Re: Volunteers from Purdue University and the city of West Lafayette will participate in the 13th annual Meet and Greet with Purdue students in New Chauncey and Northwestern Heights neighborhoods

When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21

Where: Event participants will meet at Purdue Visitor Information Center, 504 Northwestern Ave.

Participants: John Dennis, West Lafayette mayor; Melissa Exum, Purdue vice president for student affairs; Beverly Shaw, City of West Lafayette marketing and grants administrator; Tim Heath, West Lafayette fire chief; Jason Dombkowski, West Lafayette police chief; Tony Hawkins, Purdue associate vice president for student affairs; Danita Brown, Purdue dean of students; Joe Rust, Purdue Student Government president; and various West Lafayette city council members

Note to media: Journalists are welcome to follow participants during the Meet and Greet.

Meet and Greet is arranged jointly by the Purdue University and West Lafayette Community Partnership teams. The purpose is to build on the strong relationship between Purdue University and the city of West Lafayette, while making new students feel welcome to both communities.

CONTACT: Brian Peloza, Purdue News Service, 765-490-4178, bpeloza@purdue.edu

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