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.
PNW Giving Guide
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Direct: (219) 989-2323
Toll-free: (855) 608-4600
(Press 1 for Hammond campus, then enter extension 2323)
We accept Discover, MasterCard, American Express, Paypal and Visa and are available to take your call between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Central Time).
Give By Mail
Purdue University Northwest
2200 169th Street
Hammond, IN 46323
Please make checks out to Purdue Northwest, indicating any fund in the memo line of the check.
I would like to tell the donors at PNW just a massive thank you...it goes a long way in terms of helping the students succeed.
I discovered that Purdue University Northwest is a great diverse school that understands the needs for international students and has the programs needed for a successful career.
I wanted to give back to the institution that gave me my real start in life.
Meet the team that leads the Giving efforts at 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!
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.
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) alumnus and donor David Roberts and wife Susan Roberts generously gifted $3 million for a planned transformational Impact Lab. The Roberts Impact Lab at PNW will be a workspace for entrepreneurship, innovation and education collaboration.
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) has announced the creation of an endowed scholarship to benefit graduates of Thomas A. Edison Jr. Sr. High School in Lake Station, Ind.
Purdue University Northwest (PNW) adds $745.9 million in total income to Northwest Indiana, supporting 10,494 jobs across Lake, Porter and La Porte counties, according to a recently completed economic impact study.