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The demands of World War II prompted the birth of Purdue University Calumet. Technical classes were offered to Calumet Region plant workers as part of a national defense training program in cooperation with the federal government. When the war ended in 1945, Purdue decided to continue its presence in Northwest Indiana. Purdue credit courses were introduced Feb. 25, 1946.
Whether you are looking to earn a bachelor’s degree, take your education to the next level in graduate school, or pursue a certificate program to expand your career opportunities, we have options for you! Purdue Northwest offers more than 70 degree programs between our two campuses. We also offer a dual credit/concurrent enrollment program for high-achieving high school students, and many diverse, non-credit continuing education opportunities.
Purdue Northwest’s research activities advance the university as well as the community through economic development, student, faculty and staff engagement and outreach activities. We offer intellectual and technological resources to solve business problems and attract new industry. We shape regional economic development through world class research institutes and centers. Keeping academic excellence as a core value of the university, we offer opportunities for students to get involved in research through their classes, independent projects or by working with faculty.
We appreciate your interest in employment with Purdue Northwest (PNW)! You have taken the first step towards joining the PNW family. The work of our faculty and staff is central to providing the highest quality of instruction and service to our students. Purdue Northwest presents the opportunity to pursue your calling while making a difference in the lives of students, the campus community, and the Northwest Indiana region and beyond.
Two Campuses…One UniversityPurdue University Northwest offers world-class educational opportunities at an excellent value on our two student-centered campuses in Northwest Indiana.
Our libraries are more than a collection of books – they provide and promote access to information and services that support a student-centered educational environment. Personalized assistance, quiet study locations, computer workstations, and numerous electronic journals and databases are just some of the many features available to you. Learn more by selecting one of our libraries
The Information Services management created this document to detail what you can expect from our technical support staff. This document addresses support of desktop computers in faculty and staff offices. These terms of service do not apply to computers used for academic purposes, such as research projects or student use.
When 13 South Korean nursing and emergency medical technician students visited Purdue University Northwest’s Calumet campus in January, they were impressed by the two-way exchange of communication that occurred in their host’s classrooms.
Beginning in July 2016, Purdue University Northwest will feature one unified athletic program and its mascot will be Pride, represented with the bold image of a lion. The Purdue Northwest Pride will feature 13 varsity athletic programs that compete in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference of the National Athletic Intercollegiate Association (NAIA).
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.