Purdue’s Veterans Success Center (VSC) provides an array of resources and support for veteran students and those still serving in the military, as well as their dependents.
In addition to providing a physical space in the Purdue Memorial Union where students can gather, the VSC serves as an on-ramp to navigating and accessing military-related education benefits.
If you're just beginning in this program, you'll complete Purdue's non-degree application.
If you're a current Pathway student who is ready to transfer to Purdue, you should apply as a transfer student, rather than non-degree. International citizens in the United States on F-2 visas must visit the Office of International Students and Scholars before applying as Pathway to Purdue Agriculture students.
Pathway to Purdue Agriculture is a partnership between the Purdue College of Agriculture and Ivy Tech Community College-Lafayette through which students are enrolled at both institutions with the goal of earning a bachelor's degree in agriculture from Purdue.
You also may explain any special circumstances applicable to your background and elaborate on your scholarly publications, awards, achievements, abilities, and/or professional history.
A: First, ask your recommender to check their SPAM mail.
If the e-mail prompt from Purdue’s Graduate School is not there, you will need to contact Purdue’s Graduate School at [email protected] let them know that your recommender is not receiving the e-mail.
Purdue’s Graduate School handles the online application.