Safety and weather news
— Numerous activities will take place over the next two weekends at Purdue, and university police are asking that drivers and pedestrians use caution around the campus area. They also want people residing in the area or visiting to be aware that there could be some noise from outdoor concerts and events.
Purdue University police are conducting a criminal investigation into seven instances over the last three days of false fire alarms being set off.
Purdue University’s Emergency Preparedness and Planning Office will conduct a campus-wide voluntary tornado drill at approximately 10:15 a.m. Tuesday (March 20).
Purdue University will test its emergency notification system, including sirens, at 10 a.m. Thursday (Jan. 25).
The Purdue University Fire Department will provide 'Stop the Bleed' training at no charge to any interested Purdue student, faculty or staff groups.
Multiple Purdue groups are collaborating to design programs to combat substance abuse and to promote mental health.
The Purdue University community is encouraged to participate Thursday (Oct. 19) in a campus drill simulating a major earthquake.