About Purdue

Purdue University was founded in 1869 as a land grant institution. Today, Purdue University is one of the 25 largest universities in the nation and includes four campuses across the State of Indiana.

On the West Lafayette campus, the University offers over 70 graduate programs with more than 600 research and study areas organized in 12 colleges and schools within the Graduate School. Approximately 38,000 students are enrolled at the West Lafayette campus, including over 7,000 graduate and professional students.

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