Campus Resources
Professional Development Opportunities as well as Cultural and Campus Resource Centers

Cultural and Resource Centers

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center

“The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Center provides programming that engages the entire Purdue University campus and community on LGBTQ issues through an exciting calendar of events, a distinguished lecture series, advocacy for equitable access and a discrimination-free environment, and facilitation of a variety of training opportunities throughout the year.”

Latino Cultural Center

“The Latino Cultural Center at Purdue University serves as a resource to Latinos/as to celebrate and enhance understanding of the Latino culture through history, accomplishments, growth, and empowerment.”

Black Cultural Center

“The Black Cultural Center provides purposeful, holistic, scholarly, and co-curricular programming designed to strengthen understanding of African American heritage.”

Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center

“The Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center (AAARCC) provides dynamic educational resources for the Purdue community and the Lafayette-West Lafayette community. Since joining Purdue in April 2015, the AAARCC has opened its doors to all and seeks to remain as a source of education, integration, and support.”

Native American Educational and Cultural Center

“The NAECC is home to Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students, faculty, and staff representing over 45 tribal nations at Purdue. Established in 2007 through student and campus advocacy, the NAECC provides educational opportunities for the West Lafayette campus and greater Lafayette community to learn about Indigenous cultures.”

Disability Resource Center

“The Disability Resource Center (DRC) ensures universal access to classes, programs and activities. Purdue has designated the DRC to determine reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.”

Accessibility Resources

“Purdue University offers numerous resources to employees, students and visitors who may need additional assistance while attending, visiting and/or working for the University. The Purdue Community works together to remove any barriers that prevent equal opportunities to individuals who have disabilities.”

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