Important Resources

Bookmark the ME Grad Website,, and subscribe to the ME Graduate Student Blog!  These are great resources for answers to a lot of your questions, including policies, procedures, contacts, etc., as well as what opportunities may be available (seminars/workshops, job opportunities, announcements, etc.).  Please use these references first to find the information you need before emailing the grad office as it can lead to quicker answers.  However, if you can’t find the information you need, please email  Please allow at least 5 business days for a response.

We’ve gathered some other important resources in one spot for you, and provided the links below:

Professional Development & Well-Being Resources

Office of Dean of Students: This is the department to contact if you’re running into conflicts continuing in coursework due to severe medical issue, call to military service, etc.

Anonymous Feedback to ME Department Head

Nominate any ME Staff Member for Award

Purdue Fellowship/Scholarship Office

Disability Resource Center

Veteran’s Success Center

Women in Engineering

Cultural and Resource Centers (Asian American and Asian Cultural Center; Black Cultural Center; Diversity Resource Center; Latino Cultural Center; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center, Native American Educational and Cultural Center, etc.

Area Resources (if visiting campus):

The Complete Guide to Living in West Lafayette has a collection of resources and information about the campus area as shared by current ME grad students

Campus Map

Lafayette/West Lafayette Visitor’s Guide

Social Media:

Purdue ME Facebook

Purdue ME Twitter

Purdue ME Instagram

Purdue ME YouTube

Purdue ME LinkedIn