February 9, 2024

News and notes about Purdue University in Indianapolis


* At the Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 2, President Mung Chiang led a discussion about Purdue University in Indianapolis, along with David Umulis, senior vice provost and chief academic officer for Purdue University in Indianapolis, and Dan Hasler, chief operating officer. Topics included the vision for Purdue’s first comprehensive urban campus, as well as updates on learning and partnerships, student life, and faculty and staff.

* Purdue University Residences continues to take housing applications for new and continuing Purdue in Indianapolis students. They can live on campus in either North Hall or LUX on Capitol and can apply for housing using the housing portal. The deadline for current Indianapolis students has been extended to Feb. 28. The priority deadline for new students to submit their application is April 15, to express their interest in Learning Communities, request roommates and submit housing accommodation requests to the Disability Resource Center. Requests received between April 15 and the portal closing date, May 5, will be considered as space permits.

* Around 60 Purdue in Indianapolis students attended the EXPO career fair Feb. 6 at Purdue West Lafayette. The Office of Student and Career Services at the Purdue Indianapolis campus reserved a shuttle to help students make the trip, leaving at 7:30 a.m. and arriving back in Indianapolis at 4:30 p.m. The fair is open to all majors but focuses on recruitment into engineering and other STEM fields.

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