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Following the Purdue University guidelines for visitors, the Office of Future Engineers (OFE) has transitioned all of our operations online.
While there are no on-campus events scheduled and our office is closed to in-person visits, there are still many ways to connect with our students, staff, and faculty in real-time through virtual opportunities.

We know that campus visits are a large part of the college search process, and we can't wait until the day we can welcome you to our campus again. In the meantime, know that we are doing everything we can to bring our campus to you and answer any questions you have. Below you will find all of our upcoming virtual events and other online resources to learn more about Purdue Engineering and our programs. You are also invited to contact us any time!

Feel free to bookmark this page and refer to it often, as we will update it regularly with new information and events as they become available.

Live Virtual Events & Broadcasts

Virtual Engineering Information Sessions
Mondays at 11:30 a.m. EST & Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. EST

Led by current undergraduate engineering students, these live, hour-long presentations will provide an overview of the majors and programs here in the College of Engineering. You'll learn about opportunities for student life, research, work experience, study abroad, and more, as well as be able to submit your own questions throughout the presentation!

Click here to register for an Engineering Information Session

Women in Engineering Program | Virtual Info Sessions & Live Chats

The Women in Engineering Program (WIEP) at Purdue is hosting a series of live, virtual events for prospective students this Fall featuring information on all that the Purdue Women in Engineering Program has to offer you as a student, and spending time answering your specific questions! Current engineering students in the program with experiences in a variety of disciplines and activities across campus will be on hand to share their insights with you and your parents. Sessions offer one-on-one conversations, providing you with a chance to ask your specific questions to female students who are active members of campus life.

Click here to view their upcoming events and other ways to connect virtually.

Ways to Connect with Us

Live Chat
Weekdays from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern

The Office of Future Engineers now has a live chat platform right here on our website! Simply click on the bubble icon at the bottom-right of the page, and you will be connected with one of our students or staff members. You'll even have the option for a voice or video call in addition to text chat!

If you're visiting our website outside of our office hours, you'll be able to leave us a message, and we'll follow up with you as soon as we can. You're also welcome to email us any time at

Connect with Current Students in PSEF

Would you like to learn about Purdue from a student's perspective? Reach out to a member of the Purdue Student Engineering Foundation (PSEF). These are current undergraduate engineering students studying at Purdue from across the United States and around the world. Check out their profiles to learn about their experiences, and then reach out to one of them using their contact form. They can be a direct resource for you as questions arise about being an engineering student. PSEFers love being Boilermakers but will also “tell it like it is,” as they want you to see the whole picture here and help you find the best college fit no matter where that may be!

Other Resources

Photo Tour of Purdue Engineering

Interested in what our campus looks like? Ilana, a recent graduate of Purdue's Mechanical Engineering program, provides her personal insights and experiences on this guided photo tour highlighting some of Purdue Engineering's facilities.

Last updated 01/08/2021 10:30 a.m. EST

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