Here is a list of important links that you may need.
Women in Engineering Programs
Our homepage with many opportunities and activities waiting for you.
ENGR194: Women in Engineering Seminar:
This one seminar meets for one hour a week to hear personal stories from working professional women engineers about their experiences. It also includes groups discussions and informal socials. This is a great way to meet new friends and learn more about your future.
Earhart/Harrison Residential Program:
Live on one of the designated engineering floors in Earhart Hall or Harrison Hall. This encourages study groups and offers free tutoring for first year classes.
Mentors and Mentees:
Smooth your transition to Purdue with the help of your own student mentor. This program includes tons of fun and helpful activities with your mentor, and is yet another a wonderful way to personally connect to another woman engineering student.
Cooperative Education (Co-Op):
Purdue's Co-Op is an established and strong program that allows you to gain 2 years of work experience while earning your degree. You graduate in 5 years with both a Purdue education and knowledge and experience in industry.
This is a great way for first year students to make Purdue seem smaller and more personable. The varied goals of each community let you work, play, live, and/or learn together!
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Information and scholarships to get you started right.
Learn more about help in paying for college.
Merit Based Scholarships:
Purdue offers a variety of scholarships that you may be eligible for!
Make sure to get started on housing early! There are so many great choices for your away from home needs.
Information to make your visit to Purdue as easy and wonderful as possible.
Your webpage with important information (class schedules, tuition and housing fees, upcoming events).
With more than 800 student organizations and clubs, how can you not find something that interests and excites you?
Coop Housing is a good housing alternative, mixing in the large closeness of Greek life with the economical value of off-campus housing.
Reserve Officers' Training Corps:
Earn a scholarship while receiving military training and a Purdue education.
Purdue Society of Women Engineers (PSWE):
The second largest group in Purdue, tailored just for women like you! PSWE has all types of activities and resources to match your every interest: socials, youth outreach, professional development, scholarship awards, and fun engineering teams, like Rube Goldberg and Grand Prix racing!
Purdue Musical Organizations:
If you have the talent or love for music, Purdue has exciting opportunities for you.
Purdue has a thriving athletics program with an enthusiastic student and alumnae fan base to cheer it on.
With a group of friends or an organization, form an intramural team to compete with others and have a great time.
Purdue's state of the art facility is open to all students with an Olympic style aquatic center, fully equipped fitness center, indoor track, and multi-court gym.