News and Announcements

Amanda Velasco

PNW alumna creates app to help parents provide correct medication dosages to sick kids

Balancing medications and sick children can be a challenge. Thanks to a Purdue University Northwest (PNW) alumna, there’s now an app and website for that.

Some of the contributed items to the time capsule included a plush lion from Student Government Association and various PNW-themed t-shirts.

New time capsule captures snapshot of PNW for future campus communities

After the recovery of a 1990s-era time capsule in spring 2022 on Purdue University Northwest’s (PNW) Westville campus, the 5.75 Roaring Ahead Steering Committee commissioned a new time capsule to historically preserve the essence of present-day campus life to share with future students, faculty, and staff more than two decades in the future.

Students celebrate during the Esports ribbon cutting

Esports arenas mark evolutionary step for Pride Athletics

Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Athletics celebrated its two high-tech, state-of-the-art Esports arenas with grand opening ceremonies at the Westville and Hammond campuses.


Students in dress clothes cross campus

Working at PNW


Pursue your calling while making a difference in the region.

Athlete Kyleigh Payne celebrates in the snow.

Roar Pride

PNW Athletics

Cheer for PNW’s 17 NCAA Division II athletic programs.

Students throw color to kick off the PNW Pride Stride 5k

Community Events


Join us for special events, from Sinai Forum to summer camps.

PNW's DSAAC building

Getting to PNW

Maps and Directions

Get directions to PNW’s Hammond and Westville campuses.

A pond at Gabis Arboretum

Step into Nature

Gabis Arboretum

Relax amidst 300 acres of gardens, woodlands and hiking trails

A conference room in PNW's Community Counseling Center.

Support Services

Community Counseling

Access quality, affordable, culturally competent therapeutic services.

Students get ready to lift weights

Get Active

Fitness Centers

Work out with community memberships in Hammond and Westville!

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The Roundtable Perspective

Arts and Entertainment

A collegiate television program produced by students and faculty of PNW!

Rachel Barton Pine

Sinai Forum - An Afternoon with Rachel Barton Pine

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2022 – 4 P.M. (CT)


Violinist Rachel Barton Pine thrills audiences worldwide with her dazzling technique, lustrous tone, and landmark interpretations. She solos with leading orchestras–including the Chicago and Vienna Symphonies, and the Philadelphia Orchestra –and has performed on The Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning, and NPR’s Tiny Desk.

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Nov 26

Thanksgiving Break (Campus Closed)

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be no classes and PNW’s campuses will be closed from Thursday, November 24 through Saturday, November 26.

Nov 29

Giving Tuesday

This #PNWGivingTuesday, we ask our alumni, friends, parents, staff and faculty to support our efforts with a gift towards PNW Scholarships, or another area of your choice, for our deserving students.

Dec 02

Eat – Experience – Evolve: Mindfulness Self-Care for Clinicians and Clients

How can mental health professionals use mindfulness both inside and outside of the therapy room? Join Pillars of Wellness and Purdue University Northwest for “Eat – Experience – Evolve,” a […]

Dec 03

Holiday Wreath-Making Workshop

Complete your holiday décor by learning the basics of building a wreath from scratch at our wreath- making workshop.