Academic Advisors

We get it — you're busy. There are a million dates and deadlines to remember, constant emails from Purdue and loads of course information to keep track of. It's enough to make your head spin, especially during registration periods.

Your academic advisor's goal is to make life a little easier for you.

If you don't know your advisor, you can search for their office within your specific college.

But wait. It's only October (or December or February or April). Summer is months away. Isn't one semester at a time enough to worry about?

Yes and no. Of course, your first priority is to discuss the immediate upcoming semester. But, you also know that it's smart for you to make a plan of study that's more than one semester in advance. What is done in the summer affects the fall and spring semesters. But then again, you already knew that, too.

That's great, but is there anything for me to do on campus in the summer? 

Excellent point. Building on last summer, there will be about 100 events on campus geared toward making the summer feel like any other semester on campus. You can look forward to things like movie nights, trivia nights and a summer concert series. (Bonus: most of them are FREE.)

Where do I go for more information?

Keep checking this website the closer we get to summer. We'll keep updating the content and adding timely information, such as info about courses and summer activities.

You can also connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Of course, you can always reach out to us by email at thinksummer@purdue.edu.