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CORQ App: Instructions


This app allows students, staff, faculty, and the community to amazing events and student organizations around campus from their mobile device.

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Find events that fit your interests

Whether you're looking for the Bass Fishing Club, what activities are going on in your residence hall, or the next Netflix watch party, Corq has you covered.

Don't miss a thing

Powered by Boilerlink, Corq always shows up-to-date event info that is registered by student organizations and many departments.

Share your experience

Get your friends involved by posting events that you are excited about to your favorite social media sites.

How to use CORQ:

Student Organization Usage:

Department Usage:

Departments can promote events on Corq, but first need to set up a Boilerlink Page.

  • To set up a page please email .
  • If you already have a page set up, you may begin to enter your activities through that page.
    • To submit events please you the instructions below. SAO DOES NOT APPROVE DEPARTMENTAL EVENTS. You must follow the Protect Purdue Plan for departments.
  • Access your event Pass

Your Event Pass is a unique code that allows you to quickly check-in to events happening on campus using CORQ. If you’re attending an event that requires a pass, you can pull up your Event Pass through Boilerlink or the CORQ app. If you’re hosting an event, you can use the CORQ APP to track attendance.

How to Make Events on BoilerLink

  1. Log in to BoilerLink ( with your BoilerKey login information
  2. Click the cube “Switch Views” icon in the upper right hand corner.
    Arrow point to the Cube Icon menu on the site.
  3. In the drop-down menu, select “Manage”.
    Arrow pointing to the Manage Option in the menu
  4. Scroll down to “My Memberships” and select the organization/department for which you would like to create an event.
    Example of My Memberships page
  5. Click the three bars on the upper left-hand side of the screen.
    Arrow pointing to the dropdown menu icon.
  6. This drop-down menu will appear…click on the “Events” tab.
    Arrow pointing to the Events option in the menu.
  7. To create a new event click the blue “Create Event” button. To edit an existing event click the name of the event.
    The create event button on the page, and an arrow point out an example of an existing event
  8. Here you will be able to put in your event title, theme, and description. Please provide a detailed description of the topic of your event, what will happen at your event, activities, or what will be offered. Do not put date, time or location in the description.
    Example of the required form fields
  9. Next, add the date, time, and location of your event. If your event is being held off campus, please provide the address. You may add multiple dates if your event is occurring more than once.
    Example of the entering dates into the form.
  10. Here you can choose who you want to see your event and give other details. You can choose to have the event show up on a transcript if there is academic discussions or volunteer service involved. The categories tab allows you to specify the topic of the event, such as “Academic Lecture” or “Leadership Development.” The perks tab can tell people if any free food, free goodies, or credit will be offered.
    Example of adding event details
  11. If you event has a certain number of openings, you can specify if people need to RSVP and list the maximum number of slots. You may also indicate if guests are allowed to come as well.Example of RSVP settings
  12. Next, upload a graphic for you event. Try to keep it simple and related to your program’s topic. Once completed click “next”.
    Uploading a picture
  13. A pop-up box will appear…click “complete submission”
    Arrow pointing out the Complete Submission button

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