Our rigorous programs bring real-world experience to the classroom, building the knowledge you need to succeed.
I’ve met a lot of amazing people and have had a lot of great experiences at PNW, and I’m very happy I chose to come here.
I chose to attend PNW for the opportunity to play soccer at the Division II level and because of the course catalog of Computer Science.
I came into college with barely any knowledge on what computer science truly was and have thrived.
The tuition to educational value and small size was a great environment for an international student.
Take the opportunities that are given to you. Don’t be afraid of them. There are a lot of opportunities and room for growth at PNW, so embrace it and try new things and see where you fit in the most.
I chose PNW because of the top tier engineering program that they offered, and it allowed me to not only get an education but also work throughout my time there.
Attending Purdue Northwest may have been a practical decision, but during my attendance, I found experiences I wouldn’t have found elsewhere.
PNW provides a quality education to its students and unique opportunities to better themselves.
I came to PNW because it was close to home, beautiful campus and small class sizes. I stayed at PNW because of the amazing professors and close bonds created with my cohorts.
I chose to attend PNW because it was close to home and is a great, recognized part of the Purdue academic system.
I chose Purdue University Northwest because it is a nationally-ranked engineering program and because they believed in me.
I am very happy to have been a graduate of PNW. I have many experiences, formed lasting friendships, and took the combined advice from of my professors and mentors and used it as a guide for my career, and will continue to do so in the future.
I believe having smaller class sizes at PNW compared to other big engineering universities really has allowed me to gain more hands-on experience (especially in labs) that I would not have been able to have at other schools.
I chose PNW because it was close to home, affordable and they have a respected and accredited engineering program.
I chose to be an engineer because I'm interested in why things are the way they are in the world around us.
PNW provided all of the courses and extracurricular activities so that I had enough knowledge and experience to make the transition from student to full-time engineer an easy one.
PNW prepared me not only for my doctoral studies but also for my future career in the industry. I developed research skills and improved my ability to solve realistic problems that are faced by engineers and managers in the industry.
PNW has provided me with nearly all the knowledge I will need to pursue my dream career as an inventor and researcher.
There were so many opportunities to get involved and take leadership roles all across campus that it helped me to stretch, grow, and ultimately be prepared to begin life in the ‘real world.
PNW recognized among best Midwest universities by U.S. News and World Report
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) is recognized for its campus diversity and several undergraduate programs in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-2023 annual Best Colleges rankings.
PNW’s School of Engineering ranks 42nd nationally among engineering schools whose highest awarded degrees are bachelor’s or master’s. PNW moved up 11 spots from its place in the 2021-2022 rankings.
Apply today to one of our nationally ranked programs and prepare for your engineering future!
Stars Teach Here
Get to know researchers, scientists and practitioners from around the world who are recognized in their fields.
Faculty & Staff
Our talented academics and professionals have the backgrounds to give you a rewarding educational experience.
Wubeshet Woldemariam’s research on smart cities focuses on developing useful decision-making frameworks and tools to address transportation problems and realize sustainable and equitable transportation.
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) announced Veera Gnaneswar Gude as the NiSource-Meyer Charitable Foundation Professor of Energy and the Environment following approval today (10/7) by the Purdue University Board of Trustees.
The School of Engineering is #PNWEngineeringProud of Chad Jamrock. He is a Computer Science student who will graduate in May 2023.
Dec 10Fall 2022 Commencement
Commencement is our favorite time of year! Congratulations to the summer and fall graduates!
Dec 23Winter Recess – University Closed
Purdue University Northwest will be closed from Friday, December 23 to Monday, January 2 for winter recess.
Jan 09Spring 2023 Classes Begin
Spring 2023 classes will begin on Monday, January 9.
Jan 09Spring 2023 Late Registration Begins
Late registration for the Spring 2023 semester begins on Monday, January 9 and runs through Friday, January 13.
This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.