Info for PNW Alumni
Upcoming Alumni Events
Aug 20Alumni Book Club
Join PNW alumni in discussing “Valentine” by Elizabeth Wetmore.
Sep 03The Return of Black-Led Grassroots Politics
Join Glen Ford for a discussion on The Return of Black-Led Grassroots Politics. What are the structures and practices of racism in the US? How do protests, defunding police, and removing statues address inequality? What do protests accomplish?
Sep 17Alumni Book Club
Join PNW alumni in discussing “The Dutch House” by Ann Patchett.
Oct 06Race and Wrongful Convictions
Join Nicky Jackson and Roosevelt Glen for a discussion on Race and Wrongful Convictions. How is the criminal justice system racially biased? What practices by police and courts express and affect race inequality? What actions might challenge wrongful convictions?
Regardless of when you graduated, what you studied or what campus you graduated from, your diploma makes you a member of the PNW alumni community!
From interview prep to job listings in Handshake, PNW alumni can take the next step with Career Center resources.
Roar Pride! Cheer for your favorite team and stay connected with campus life—check out the schedule.
Lifelong learning: PNW alumni can continue to use resources and check out materials from the university library.
News and Announcements
Faculty members from Purdue University Northwest will offer a series of interdisciplinary lectures and discussions during the academic year of 2020-2021, about race relations and racism in America.
With the health and safety of our student-athletes, coaches, staff and fans in mind, the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents voted Friday to play a conference-only schedule during the Fall 2020 sports season and evaluate the feasibility of league competition on a sport-by-sport basis.
Students who have completed 12 credit hours, including at least six during the spring, qualified for Dean’s List recognition by sustaining an overall grade point average of at least 3.5 and a semester grade point average of at least 3.0 (4.0 scale).