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Parent & Family Connections continues to support the Steps to Leaps initiative to create a culture of thriving students. View our some of our previous events by clicking the titles below, and see our upcoming events. Want to know how these events relate with Purdue's Steps to Leaps? See the icons under each topic to see which learning pillars each virtual presentation represents.

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Well-Being Staying healthy in body, brain and spirit is a life-long journey. Learn strategies to improve your own well-being with steps to security, health and prosperity. 
Leadership  Boilermakers have a strong tradition of leadership in their careers and communities. Learn how to tap into your own strengths as you become the next generation of leaders with steps to initiative, guidance and direction. 
Impact —Every Boilermaker strives to leave their footprint and world-changing examples can be found throughout Purdue’s rich history. Learn the importance of creating an impact through your everyday actions with steps to modify, touch and influence. 
Networks A strong network serves as a resource throughout your life. The tightest networks are created by connections with individuals and require active participation. Learn how to build your network with steps to making connections and bonds. 
Grit Life is full of ups and downs. Learn strategies to tap into your inner fortitude to overcome challenges and become your best Boilermaker with steps to resolve and character.





In this presentation we will cover aspects of the Steps to Leaps Pillars, settling into campus living, transitioning learning, overview of Purdue's Weeks of Welcome and parental involvement.


Upcoming Events & Topics 

September 6 - Academic Success - Don't wait until it's too late!

October 4 - On Track Finances

October 25 - 2023-2024 Housing

November 15 - Student Well-Being Part 1

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