Giving

Your donation reaches beyond the boundaries of our campuses–every gift to PNW is an investment that helps our students grow into the next generation of leaders.

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All of us at PNW are here to support students in navigating the challenges they face with this extraordinary situation.

Chancellor Thomas L. Keon

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PNW License Plate

Show your pride – and support future generations of PNW students through scholarships – by ordering a PNW license plate today!

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PNW Giving Guide

Give By Phone

Direct: (219) 989-2323
Toll-free: (855) 608-4600
(Press 1 for Hammond campus, then enter extension 2323)

We accept Discover, MasterCard and Visa and are available to take your call between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Central Time).

Give By Mail

Purdue University Northwest
Institutional Advancement
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323

Please make checks out to Purdue Northwest, indicating any fund in the memo line of the check.

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Donors who make annual gifts of $1,000 or more can join our exclusive Chancellor’s Circle, receiving special benefits and the satisfaction of helping future students.


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Additional Resources

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Donor Bill of Rights

Our listing of donor rights reinforces your full confidence in the not-for-profit organizations and causes you’re asked to support.

PNW Donors Susan and David Roberts

Tax Advantages

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.

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Corporate Champions

The Corporate Champions program builds championship experiences for more than 250 student-athletes.

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Champions Club

Love PNW Athletics? Help talented PNW student-athletes pursue excellence in the classroom, competition and community!

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Donors Demonstrate Passion for Students with Contributions to Nils K. Nelson Bioscience Innovation Building

The Nils K. Nelson Bioscience Innovation Building is the newest structure on the Hammond Campus, supported by donors such as Robert Milos, a retired nurse and longstanding supporter of PNW.

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The Times: Pandemic or Not, It’s Game On for Purdue Northwest Esports in Inaugural Season

In the Northwest Indiana Times, Mike Clark shares a look at the exhibition season for PNW’s newest sport: esports.

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Hammond Couple’s Donations Benefit Purdue Northwest Athletics Program

The generous donations by Richard (Dick) and Donelle Weiss provide a new opportunity for Purdue Northwest student-athletes to be able to develop their strength and agility year-round.

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Donors who make annual gifts of $1,000 or more can join our exclusive Chancellor’s Circle, receiving special benefits and the satisfaction of helping future students.


See Chancellor’s Circle Benefits