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News and Announcements
Students at PNW will soon have the option to major in criminal justice. The new program is designed to prepare students for entry into a wide variety of careers.
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).
The Society of Innovators at Purdue Northwest has announced the 2020 Innovators Awards. In addition to Individual and Team Honorees, the Society introduced two new awards: the Richard C. Sussman Prize for Team Innovation and the John H. Davies Lifetime Achievement Award.
Pursue your calling while making a difference in the region.
Cheer for PNW’s 13 NCAA Division II athletic programs.
Join us for special events, from Sinai Forum to summer camps.
Maps and Directions
Get directions to PNW’s Hammond and Westville campuses.
Relax amidst 300 acres of gardens, woodlands and hiking trails
Access quality, affordable, culturally competent therapeutic services.
Work out with community memberships in Hammond and Westville!
Arts and Entertainment
Explore sculpture, theater and more on PNW’s campuses.
Jul 13Application Fee Holiday
We are waiving our $25 fee for undergraduate applications through August 1! Take advantage of this special offer to Power Onward with PNW.
Jul 13Society of Innovators 2020 Innovators Awards Nominations
Nominations are open for the Society of Innovators’ 2020 Innovators Awards. Dedicated to the idea that anyone can be an innovator, the Society recognizes that innovation is the key to 21st Century competitiveness.
Jul 20Let The Games Begin! Champions for College
Purdue University Northwest seeks 112 outstanding high school seniors and recent graduates to participate in a state-sponsored program designed to help them to succeed in college. The program will take place July 20-23 on the university’s Hammond campus.
Aug 22Hoosier Riverwatch Certification
Attendees learn about watersheds, water pollution and stream monitoring for ecological integrity under the guidance of a qualified instructor.