Safety and weather news
Purdue University returned to standard operations at 5 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 16). All employees should report for shifts as normal. The first Reading Day of the semester will be held as scheduled on Wednesday (Feb. 17). In-person classes will resume as scheduled on Thursday (Feb. 18)
Purdue cancels in-person class meetings due to heavy snow; nonessential employees should not report for campus shifts
Purdue University announced Monday (Feb. 15) that all in-person class meetings on the West Lafayette campus should be canceled or moved online on Tuesday (Feb. 16).
Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) fraternity at Purdue University has been placed on an immediate cease and desist by the Office of the Dean of Students, an interim action that mandates that all organizational activities be suspended until further notice. The action follows a reported basketball watch party for new members held Jan. 30 at the chapter facility.
As Purdue continues to improve multi-use paths and bike lanes in and around campus, the University’s police department will begin a targeted enforcement program aimed at getting cyclists and users of electric and motor-powered vehicles (EMPVs) to obey state traffic laws and University parking and traffic regulations.
The Purdue University community is encouraged to participate Thursday (Oct. 15) in a campus drill simulating a major earthquake.
Purdue University will test its emergency notification system, including sirens, at 10 a.m. Thursday (Sept. 24).
Purdue University police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two individuals they would like to speak with in connection to the theft of utility terrain vehicles on campus over the past four days.