Institutional Advancement

Institutional Advancement serves PNW students, alumni, faculty, staff and the community through philanthropic investment, student scholarships, quality events and marketing to demonstrate Purdue Northwest pride and loyalty.

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Your Impact

Your support makes a difference, from scholarships for young leaders to state-of-the-art labs in the upcoming Nils K. Nelson Bioscience Innovation Building.

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Institutional Advancement Leadership

Meet the Institutional Advancement team! Whether you’re looking to give to PNW, connect with alumni or plan a university event, our leaders can help!

Meet the Staff

Your donation reaches far beyond the boundaries of our campuses – it is an investment in our students and in the future of Northwest Indiana!


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Additional Resources

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Development

Would you like to make a gift— or a scholarship? Explore how you can support PNW and our students.

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Marketing & Communication

We’ll work with you to create a solution that stands apart, even as it roars with PNW pride!

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Alumni Community

Reach out to fellow PNW alumni and see the latest news and events to keep you connected with campus!

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Strategic Events

We work with the PNW community to ensure the highest standards for university special events.

Horizon Bank and PNW Announce the Robert C. Dabagia Scholarship Fund

The Horizon Bank–Robert C. Dabagia Scholarship fund will provide financial support for students enrolled in PNW’s banking concentration for generations to come.

Horizon Bank and PNW Announce the Robert C. Dabagia Scholarship Fund

The Horizon Bank–Robert C. Dabagia Scholarship fund will provide financial support for students enrolled in PNW’s banking concentration for generations to come.

Graduate Profile: Alejandra Rodriguez

“I chose this major because I am fascinated with the human anatomy and wanted to learn everything about how the human body works,” said Rodriguez.