Noah M. Scott
Noah Scott was appointed to a two-year term on the Purdue Board of Trustees in July 2019 by Gov. Eric Holcomb. He is a senior in the Purdue Polytechnic Institute pursuing degrees in Industrial Engineering Technology and Organizational Leadership.
Scott is a native of Warsaw, Indiana, where he graduated from Warsaw Community High School with Technical Honors. He is involved in the Greek community on campus, and he previously was a host for the Old Masters Program and now serves on the Old Masters Central Committee. Scott also holds a student position in the Office of the Dean of Students. With a passion for helping others, Scott has served as a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Mental Health America, and Feed My Starving Children. Scott has also been trained in basic emergency care skills and has served as a volunteer EMT with the Purdue Stadium Rescue Squad.
Scott has consistently received semester honors. After graduation, he hopes to attend law school and earn his Jurisprudence Degree. He would like to work in the business legal field then move into a constitutional law role with the U.S. government; whether that is in the capacity of a U.S. Attorney or something else, he knows he wants to be a part of upholding the rule of law and bettering our country.