Financial Aid: Yes
City: West Lafayette
Street: 475 Stadium Mall Dr.
Phone: (765) 494-4600
Purdue was founded in 1869 as a land-grant university. The university has been highly influential in America's history of aviation. Purdue's aviation technology and aeronautical engineering programs remain among the highest rated and most competitive in the nation.
Applications are reviewed on an individual and holistic basis. Applicants must be prepared academically for the rigors of college and the academic demands. Applications will not be evaluated until the application itself and all required materials are received. For first-time freshman applicants, a complete application includes the application itself, an ACT or SAT test score (including writing), an official high school transcript, and a non-refundable application fee (or qualified fee waiver).
To apply for federal, state, and Purdue University student aid programs, freshmen must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It must be filed annually to be considered for aid each academic year with a March 1 priority filing deadline. There are such kinds of financial aid: scholarships, loans, grants and students employment.
The Purdue University Center for Career Opportunities provides outstanding career development services, using state of the art technology and facilities to empower students and graduates to make informed choices that lead to life-long career fulfillment and contribution in a global society. The Center for Career Opportunities prepares students and graduates to launch successful careers by providing career development and job search services utilizing connections with employers and organizations in Indiana and beyond. Career Services include the following:
- assistance on a first-come, first-served basis for resume review or any career-related question
- career planning
- career counseling
- on-campus recruitment
- job search.