University-wide New Employee Orientation

The Office of the Vice President for Human Resources has designed a University-wide orientation for new employees. The goal of this new program is to support new staff members in assimilating quickly and successfully into the Purdue culture and to offer a foundation of knowledge regarding mission, organizational structure and functions.

For information on University-wide New Employee Orientation, please see the Human Resources - Talent Acquisition page.

Treasurer's Organization Orientation Opportunities

  • Treasurer's Organization video orientation (transcript)
  • Director's Meet & Greet and Purdue / Treasurer's Organization Overview Presentation
    • Any new or transfering full-time benefits-eligible staff member in any of the departments within the Treasurer's Organization​ is welcome to attend. Questions regarding this program can be directed to
    • The Meet & Greet and Presentation session takes place on the first Tuesday of each month from 8:00-10:00 AM.
      • 8:00-8:30 AM: Director's Meet & Greet with light refreshments (supervisors invited to join)
      • 8:30-9:30 AM: Purdue / Treasurer's Organization Overview Presentation (presented by a Director)
      • 9:30-10:00 AM: Wrap-up, general Q&A, take pictures for Business@Purdue News new employee announcement
    • Registration:The supervisor or business office designee can register new employees up until noon on the Thursday prior to the Meet & Greet / Presentation Session via this qualtrics form.
      • On the Thursday prior to the session, the NEO host will distribute the final agenda, location, and participant list to all hiring supervisors and the participants themselves if they have already begun work.
    • Cancellation Policy: If less than four participants are registered, the session may be cancelled.

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