Join us as PNW celebrates Black History Month! From our kickoff celebration to Black Jeopardy, we’ll have fun while recognizing the essential impact of Black history, accomplishments and culture.
Step into a mesmerizing realm where history, culture, and the enchanting world of magic converge in a spellbinding celebration of Black History Month.
Tune in to WJOB 1230-AM, 104.7-FM, or the TuneIn app for the Purdue Northwest Today program, "PNW Celebrates Women’s History Month."
Register for our Start Your Journey in Business open house at Purdue University Northwest's branch campus at Westville!
Every season offers something of beauty to visitors, and winter is no exception!
Spring break runs Monday, March 11 through Saturday, March 16. Classes resume Monday, March 18.
Join the Department of History, Philosophy, Politics and Economics for a “History Matters” presentation on women’s activism led by Kathy Tobin, professor of History.
Join in raising awareness concerning sexual violence against women by participating in the impactful journey of "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes."
The Times of Northwest Indiana has opened the polls to vote in the 2024 Best of the Region contest. Please take the time to vote for PNW!
The College of Humanities, Education, and Social Sciences is hosting a Women’s Art Exhibition as part of our Building Community Through the Arts initiative!