Ways To Give

There are many ways to give back! Explore the resources, options and opportunities to contribute to the PNW community.

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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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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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I wanted to give back to the institution that gave me my real start in life.

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Chancellor’s Circle

The Chancellor’s Circle was established to recognize donors committed to furthering the mission of the university.

PNW Donors Susan and David Roberts

Planned Giving

You can give more than you might think possible by supporting Purdue Northwest in your financial and estate plans.

Champions Club

Champions Club

The Champions Club is the primary fundraising source of the Purdue University Northwest Athletics Department.

PNW Pitcher Chad Patrick on the mound

Corporate Champions

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

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Purdue Northwest College of Engineering and Sciences announces scholarship recipients

One hundred forty-six students in the Purdue University Northwest (PNW) College of Engineering and Sciences were awarded donor-funded scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year.

PNW’s 2019 Westville CERT members.

Campus Safety Front and Center at Purdue University Northwest with Grant from NIPSCO

Purdue University Northwest (PNW) plays host to thousands of students, staff, faculty members and visitors each day, making campus safety a top priority. The university has many safety initiatives in place and one of those programs, the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), received a public safety education and training grant from the Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO).

Dr. Maria O. Longas, Purdue University Northwest professor emerita of Chemistry, left a generous estate gift to the university to fund student scholarships.

Former Purdue University Northwest Chemistry Professor Leaves Legacy Gift for Students

A retired Purdue University Northwest professor who passed away earlier this year has left more than $700,000 to the university. The generous estate gift left by Maria O. Longas, PNW professor emerita of Chemistry, will go towards student scholarships.