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News and Announcements
Jodi Allen, assistant professor and Family Nursing Practitioner program coordinator in the College of Nursing, has a goal to produce safe, prudent and excellent nurse practitioners.
Purdue University Northwest’s 2021 spring semester Dean’s List recognizes 1,792 undergraduate students for their academic achievement.
The Roundtable Perspective, a student-produced program that airs on Fridays at 8:30 p.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m. on Lakeshore PBS, won a bronze Telly Award in the television and political commentary category.
From accessing Brightspace to changing your password, get the help you need.
Find key resources, including development opportunities, benefits and staying healthy.
Need to know where to be? Find times and locations for upcoming classes.
Explore opportunities that let you make a difference for students—and our region.
Study space, computers and experts ready to help–find it all in PNW’s libraries.
From Sinai Forum to Welcome Weeks, discover upcoming PNW events and programs.
PNW’s Faculty Senate exercises faculty legislative, policy-making and advisory powers.
From maintenance to housekeeping, reach out with your building and grounds needs.
Planning for an In-Person Fall Semester
We are very pleased to confirm that we are planning for an in-person fall semester at Purdue Northwest! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to a typical in-person experience for instruction and activities.
Jun 21Annual Powers-Purdue University Northwest Golf Invitational
Join Purdue University Northwest at the annual Powers-Purdue Northwest Invitational Golf Outing to benefit student-athlete scholarships at PNW.
Jun 23Indiana Master Naturalist Series
This nine-week program is an excellent opportunity for anyone with a love for the outdoors who is wishing to expand their knowledge of plants, wildlife and other natural resources in Indiana.
Jun 25Summer 2021 First Six-Week Session Ends
The Summer 2021 first six-week session ends today.
Jun 25The Roundtable Perspective: Understanding Art Therapy
Leah R. Gipson, LCPC, ATR-BC, Assistant Professor of Art Therapy and Counseling at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago joins host Thomas J. Roach, Ph.D. to discuss the practice of using art as a means of therapy and how art therapy can be used as a way to advocate for social justice.