Sophomore 2012 Cohort
These requirements only apply to students who entered Purdue Promise in 2012. Please download the appropriate agreement to see the full list of requirements based on your scholarship. This list is not exhaustive.
- Remain a full-time student by taking at least 12 credit hours+ each semester (fall/spring) to remain eligible for funding.
- Because Purdue Promise and EUL funding only lasts for eight consecutive semesters, I understand I am strongly encouraged to take 15-18 credit hours each semester to ensure that I am able to graduate in a timely manner.
- Submit the FAFSA by the March 1st priority deadline every academic year, regardless of if I will be in college or not, until graduation.
- Contact Purdue Promise if I am struggling with any of my classes. If my semester and/or cumulative GPA drops below the scholarship requirement, I am on academic probation, or not in good academic standing, I agree to participate in an academic review (MAPS) with Purdue Promise. Part of this participation requires that I maintain regular contact with Purdue Promise staff and attend study tables and/or tutoring as directed.
- Ensure that I am able to enroll in and complete the one-credit, 16-week Purdue Promise senior success course “Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders: Preparing for Employment and Life after College” (GS 40500) during the fall semester of my fourth year.
- Authorize Purdue University to release my name, major, high school, hometown, and scholarship amount to the donor(s) of my scholarship and to confirm that all criteria for selection were met. In addition, I agree to send a letter of appreciation to the donor(s) and participate in events associated with any scholarship, award, or prize I may receive.
For specific GPA requirements, please download the appropriate scholarship agreement based on the scholarship award you receive: