Information for Prospective Students
At Purdue University, the Office of Admissions is the primary resource for the Purdue Application process, and handles admission for undergraduate students into the College of Engineering. Admitted students enter the First-Year Engineering Program, through which they complete foundational coursework (usually two semesters). After admission, students who are interested in being a Goss Scholar must apply to the learning community. Applications will be reviewed and students will be notified near the end of April if they have been accepted to be a Goss Scholar.
Upon completion of the First-Year Engineering Program, students will transition to one of the professional schools of engineering that matches their personal area of interest. Criteria for acceptance into the professional schools is based on a student's overall GPA and their Engineering Admission Index (EAI).
For more information about engineering at Purdue University, visit the Office of Future Engineers. And for detailed information about the Purdue University application process visit the Purdue Office of Admissions' How to Apply page.
Rising high school seniors can explore engineering at Purdue during a week-long summer program. Check out the Seminar for Top Engineering Prospects (STEP).