Purdue University Calumet’s second module of summer classes begins Monday, June 13.
Classes will be offered at Purdue Calumet’s Hammond campus and its Academic Learning Center in Merrillville. Most classes continue through Aug. 5. Others offer a shorter, more rigorous pace, concluding as early as July 9.
Classes are open to new students, those currently enrolled, those returning after having stopped out temporarily, transfer students and those students home for the summer while attending another college or university.
To be eligible to register for classes, all individuals must be gain admission to Purdue Calumet. To do so, persons can fill out an admission application on line at https://banwebf.calumet.purdue.edu/pls/proddad/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon
Current students can register for classes by contacting their advisors or by utilizing registration services offered on line. New students, temporary students (those home for the summer while enrolled at other colleges/universities) or those returning to Purdue Calumet after two or more years of absence should first contact the Office of Admissions to become admitted to the university. The Office can be reached weekdays at 219/989-2213.
Prospective graduate students should contact the Office of the Graduate School at 219/989-2257.
Purdue Calumet’s toll free number throughout northwest Indiana and nearby Illinois suburbs is 800/HI-PURDUE, ext. 2213 (undergraduate students) and ext. 2257 (graduate students).