PROMISE, 12th Grade - September 28-29, 2017

Background Information

Purdue's Recruitment Of Minorities Interested in the Schools of Engineering (PROMISE) program was established in 1975. PROMISE is a two-day campus based recruitment effort designed for high school seniors. Participants learn about the admissions process, financial aid, the first year engineering curriculum, and college success strategies. The agenda includes engineering classroom visitation, campus tours, meals in our world class dining halls, research laboratory tours, and social activities. At the close of the PROMISE program, participants have the opportunity to complete their on-line admissions applications. PROMISE is offered at no cost to the participants and occurs before the admissions application deadline to ensure students are considered for scholarships. Students are responsible for their travel to and from the Purdue main campus.

Other Program Agendas and details coming soon!

Transportation Information

University Collaboration

MEP collaborates with the Office of Admissions by offering a 'PROMISE Mini' program to underrepresented and interested families who visit during Fall Preview Days. This collaboration provides another opportunity for prospective families to visit, have lunch, and learn more about what MEP has to offer.

Contact admissions for more information on Fall Preview Days

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