The information on this page pertains to West Lafayette only!
What Current Students Need to Know
Important information current students need to prepare for using myPurdue, the Internet portal that will replace SSINFO.
myPurdue Demonstrations for Students
These four Breeze recordings will guide West Lafayette students through the basics of the myPurdue portal, including how to log in and navigate through new student self-services included with Banner, the new student systems that will go live in summer 2008. (You will need to enter a valid Purdue Career Account username and password to view these demos.)
Note: The myPurdue portal will not be available to West Lafayette students until after all the new Banner systems have been released this summer. Please continue to use SSINFO until then, including to access information about your 2007-08 financial aid. If you need to check your financial aid status for the 2008-09 academic year, or have received a letter from Purdue asking for further information regarding your financial aid application, a link on the SSINFO page will take you to Financial Aid Self-Service. (You will need to log in using your Purdue Career Account username and password.)
If you have trouble logging in to Financial Aid Self-Service, click here for help.
Important Information About Accessing myPurdue
- You will need your Purdue Career Account username and password to log in to myPurdue. If it is a new account, make sure you have activated it.
- Remember your Career Account username and password over the summer so that when you return for fall semester, you'll be able to access the systems without help.
- You can reset your password yourself online, and avoid having to call the ITaP Customer Service Center and have them do it for you. Click here to learn how to set up challenge questions so you can use password self-service.
- If you forget your Career Account username, you can look it up here: http://www.itap.purdue.edu/directory. Just do a search of your name and click the “More” button.
Please send any questions you may have about myPurdue to email@example.com.
If you have questions about your academic status, please contact your advisor, department or Office of the Registrar.
There are three ways to get answers to most financial aid questions without going to the Division of Financial Aid (DFA) office:
- Visit the DFA Web site at www.purdue.edu/dfa; click on the ASK US button to read several frequently asked questions.
- Send an e-mail to www.purdue.edu/DFA/all/email.php. You should receive an answer within two to three working days (excluding weekends and holidays).
- Call the DFA call center 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday at (765) 494-0998.
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