Protect Myself. Protect Others. Protect Purdue.
[October 17] Tippecanoe County, Purdue end wastewater surveillance testing for COVID-19: With COVID-19 cases steadily declining in Tippecanoe County, the Tippecanoe County Health Department, in collaboration with Purdue University, have announced that wastewater surveillance testing for COVID-19 will end as of Oct. 17.
[September 15] Protect Purdue encourages updated COVID-19 booster, seasonal flu shot: The Protect Purdue Medical Advisory Team encourages the campus community to receive the seasonal flu shot as well as the updated COVID-19 booster.
[July 26] Fall 2022: What you need to know: Since returning to a residential campus experience earlier than most, Purdue University has been a leader in navigating COVID-19. Here is what you need to know before you return to campus this fall.
[June 28] Video update: Protect Purdue fall expectations: In a special summer address to students, President Mitch Daniels shared that Purdue’s approach to keeping COVID-19 in check remains the same: “Protect yourself, protect others, protect Purdue.”
[May 5] Campus testing center, vaccine clinic to close May 13: Purdue announced Thursday (May 5) that it will close its West Lafayette COVID-19 testing center and vaccine clinic, located in the Córdova Recreational Sports Center (Co-Rec), as of 4 p.m. May 13. Testing for employees and students who are symptomatic or need a test for university-related travel purposes will be available through the Center for Healthy Living and Purdue Student Health Center, respectively.