Academic Regulations

Students who enter institutions of higher education agree to know and abide by the rules of their institutions. Purdue University Northwest provides students with several resources that outline the regulations that they agree to upon enrollment.

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Academic Catalog

The Academic Regulations section of the Academic Catalog addresses topics such as:

  • Academic standing
  • Grading scale
  • Incomplete grades
  • Student classification (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior)

Review All Academic Regulations

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Civics Literacy Proficiency

Students who enter PNW in Fall 2022 or subsequent semesters will need to complete a civics liberty proficiency requirement. The Civics Literacy Proficiency activities were created to enhance the educational experience of PNW students and graduate a more informed citizenry.

Review Civics Literacy Proficiency

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Academic Affairs

Office of Academic Affairs

(219) 989-2446

Additional Resources

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Student Resources

If you need help, PNW is here. Discover the full range of student resources.

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Student Policies

See PNW’s student handbook as well as official policies for academic integrity, free speech and more.

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Faculty Resources

From tenure policies to course evaluations, explore official PNW policies.

Jul 11

Summer Third 4-week Session Begins

Final session for the Summer term

Jul 22

Graduate School – Final Exam Deadline for August CAND 99100

Graduate students, the final exam deadline for August CAND 99100 is 5 p.m. on July 22, 2022.

Aug 22

Fall 2022 Late Registration Begins

Fall 2022 Late Registration runs Monday, August 22, through Friday, August 26, 2022.

Aug 22

Fall 2022 Classes Begin

We’re excited to kick off another semester of learning and PNW Pride. Power Onward!

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Academic Affairs

Office of Academic Affairs

(219) 989-2446