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Purdue University Northwest
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323
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Gifts to PNW are tax deductible! In fact, Indiana residents can earn a 50 percent state tax credit on a gift to Purdue University Northwest.
The Corporate Champions program builds championship experiences for more than 250 student-athletes.
Love PNW Athletics? Help talented PNW student-athletes pursue excellence in the classroom, competition and community!
Purdue University Northwest has opened the David Roberts Center for Innovation and Design, a 4,500-square-foot, technology-driven facility located just a few blocks west of the PNW Hammond Campus.
Fifteen Purdue University Northwest (PNW) students in the School of Engineering received scholarship funds from bp America, Inc. The first-year students from the communities of East Chicago, Hammond and Whiting each received $1,000 and are majoring in civil, computer, electrical or mechanical engineering for the 2020-2021 academic year.
TRIO Student Support Services received $1.7 million from the Department of Education to continue its service and support of first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students at Purdue University Northwest.