Hundreds of academic programs, high research activity, an impressive list of graduates and a ton of student organizations are some of the exciting features of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The second-largest school in the state, Purdue attracts students from all over the world to undertake bachelor’s and graduate degrees in more than 210 subject areas offered through Purdue’s approximately one dozen schools and divisions, including:
*The College of Agriculture
*The College of Engineering
*The College of Health and Human Services
*The College of Liberal Arts
*The School of Veterinary Medicine
Respected as a research university, Purdue conducts research in such areas as Business, Education, Healthcare and Technology.
Accomplishments of Purdue’s graduates are proof of the quality of all its academic programs. Former Purdue students have gone on to win Pulitzer Prizes, Nobel Prizes and Grammy Awards, and have also become executives of Fortune 500 companies.
Purdue’s impressive offerings extend beyond academics too. With more than 900 student organizations, as well as galleries, musical groups, campus lectures and cultural centers, there are activities for everyone.
While grades and SAT or ACT scores are important factors in the admissions process, Purdue admissions officers also evaluate the personal achievements, talents and interests of each student.
Any Purdue student who needs assistance with tuition fees may apply for financial aid.
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