Graduate School Fair

Meet highly talented potential graduate students from across the nation, as well as Purdue, that are interested in Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, or related fields. The average attendee's GPA has consistently been greater than 3.6/4.0 and the majority of attendees possess research experience.

In 2019, students from 37 different states and Puerto Rico, and 100 institutions attended the event. Review a complete list of past participating students' home institutions. Students from a variety of institutions and organizations are invited to attend the Grad Expo, including McNair Scholars, LSAMP program participants, honors students, summer research program participants, and many more.

The morning fair will be held in the North and South Ballrooms of the Purdue Memorial Union, followed by lunch in the food court on the lower level of the Union, or with the student attendees in the tent on the Memorial Mall. 

Due to space constraints, it is necessary to limit the 2020 Grad Expo to an "invitation only" event for recruiters, with priority consideration given to the Big Ten universities, as well as Purdue's strategic peers. If you do not receive an invitation, we encourage you to contact us and we will notify you if space becomes available.  You are also welcome to participate in our advertising opportunities.

“The fair is well run and organized. We really appreciate connecting with students from across the country. Well done!” 

2019 Recruiter

Students are eager to learn more about graduate school opportunities.
*Don't miss the chance to recruit at another Indiana college!  The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Graduate School Fair is scheduled for the evening of Monday, September 23, from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. 

Ernest C. Young Hall, Room 170 | 155  S. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2114 | 765-494-2600

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