Chilly weather? Warm up with some application preparation!

Celebrate National Native American Heritage Month in November! Learn more about campus celebrations on the Native American Education and Cultural Center's (NAECC) events page.
November 13-17 is AIDS Awareness Week. Learn more about the NAMES Project and the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Click on each day on the LGBTQ Center's events calendar to see what is happening.

As it becomes cooler outside, grab your favorite warm drink and spend some time learning about your future (or upcoming) application.

In no time you will be planning courses for the Spring 2024 semester. Pre-Law students are working on applications this fall and soon prospective students and families will be visiting our beautiful campus. We are happy to be here for all of it and to answer any questions!

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Are you an alum with a question? Call us at 765-494-3981 to make an appointment or email questions to Need a quiet place for an online interview? Request a room in our offices. Need assistance with your pre-professional goals? We're here for you. Make an appointment to see one of our advisors on BoilerConnect. Our appointments are virtual by default since the resources you will need in the future are mostly online. In a virtual appointment we can more easily share these in a way that you can save them directly into your system. If you would like an in-person appointment, email us and we will gladly set that up.

The advisors in Pre-Professional Advising strive daily to reject racism, discrimination, and systemic inequity and are committed to creating an accessible environment where everyone feels welcome and safe.

We acknowledge Purdue University is located on the traditional homelands of the Woodland People. We honor and appreciate these indigenous caretakers who include the Bodewadmik (Potawatomi), Lenape (Delaware), Myaamia (Miami), and Shawnee People.

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