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4 Indianapolis-area students receive full-ride scholarships to Purdue

Four incoming students from the Indianapolis area will receive Purdue University's top two scholarships to cover their educational expenses.

6 Purdue students receive full-ride Stamps scholarships

Six incoming students, including four from Indiana have been awarded Purdue Stamps Scholarships.

8 Purdue students receive full ride with graduate school option

Eight incoming students have been awarded the Beering Scholarship, which covers full educational expenses for a bachelor's degree and the opportunity to pursue two other graduate degrees at Purdue University.

Purdue University Black Cultural Center honors outstanding student scholars

Purdue University's Black Cultural Center honored some of its outstanding student scholars recently at its 43rd Annual Awards Banquet. Major awards were presented to four students.

top studentsPurdue's top students to be recognized at 2016 commencement

Purdue University will honor some of its highest academic-achieving graduating seniors May 13-15 during commencement ceremonies.

2016 Grand Prix winnerJimmy Simpson wins four in a row, sets record at Grand Prix

An attempt to win four in a row and get his name in the history books proved to be no easy task for senior Jimmy Simpson on Saturday. Simpson, from Delta Tau Delta and the Delts Racing team, won the close race to become the only person to ever win the Grand Prix four consecutive times.

Mitch DanielsPurdue plans fifth straight year without tuition increase

Purdue University President Mitch Daniels announced Wednesday (April 20) that Purdue plans to hold tuition flat on the West Lafayette campus for a fifth consecutive year, which would extend Purdue’s tuition freeze through the 2017-2018 academic year.

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