New Student Orientation
Get ready to start the semester right! During these challenging times, PNW New Student Orientation is working on creating an in-person event to introduce you to our campuses and all we have to offer.
We can’t wait to meet you and give you some great PNW gear! Stay tuned.
See our cheat sheet for all the new words you may be hearing around campus.
During orientation, you will receive your Purdue Northwest (PNW) photo identification card.
PNW’s digital tools can help you stay on top of your classwork, stay connected with professors, and manage activities from scheduling exams to paying your bills.
From scholarships to loans, PNW’s Office of Financial Aid has resources to help.
Take a tour of the apartment-style living available on PNW Hammond campus.
Both PNW campuses have state-of-the-art fitness and recreation centers.
From coffee to cheeseburgers, PNW dining has you covered! Explore your meal options.
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New Student Orientation FAQs
You can get your books—as well as school supplies, PNW apparel and more—at the bookstores on our Hammond campus.
No, your parking fee is included in your tuition bill. No decals or stickers are required.
Your advisor will make the final decision regarding the ALEKS placement test. We recommend contacting your advisor after you register for New Student Orientation!
Go to pnw.edu/alerts! You’ll see the latest updates on campus closures as well as the ability to sign up for our “Alert Me!” text-messaging service.
Contact the office of the Dean of Students. You can reach them at 219-989-4141, 219-785-5230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you can pay your balance by credit card, but there’s a fee of 2.85%. Electronic check payment requires no fee.
Official transcripts need to be submitted for any student that has attended another college or taken dual credit in high school. All dual credit from PNW is already included on your transcript.