Protect Myself. Protect Others. Protect Purdue.
[May 6] Purdue announces summer COVID-19 testing plan: General surveillance testing will pause this summer; students living on campus will need to be vaccinated against or tested for COVID-19; PPHC will continue to offer COVID-19 testing and vaccinations on campus this summer.
[April 27] Purdue scientists key in state’s battle against COVID variants, future viral threats: Purdue University remains uniquely able to assist should the pandemic surge or change course in the weeks, months or years ahead.
[April 14] Purdue reaches vaccination milestone, asks for continued campus participation: One week after its opening, Purdue University’s on-campus clinic has vaccinated more than 15,000 people – virtually all of them students – against COVID-19. They join thousands more who have received vaccinations at one of Indiana’s other vaccination sites in recent months.
[April 12] End-of-semester guidance: Information on the conclusion of spring surveillance testing, the expanded availability of COVID-19 testing, spring commencement and move-out, and more.
[April 2] May 2021 Commencement: In-person commencement will return in May 2021; Spring ’21 commencement for undergraduate, Graduate School master’s and professional candidates will be held at Ross-Ade Stadium; a ceremony for doctoral candidates will be held in Elliott Hall of Music. Related: Commencement week events and visitor guidelines
[April 1] Summer 2021 updates: The upcoming summer session will look much like spring 2021. Select summer programs, including Summer Start, Early Start and Summer College for High School Students will return. Related: Summer Events, Visitor and Travel guidelines.
[April 1] Masking and other Pledge protocols to continue: Purdue will continue to operate according to the Protect Purdue Pledge and current guidelines on masking, social distancing and gatherings through at least spring commencement ceremonies on May 15-16. Related: Follow the Pledge even while away from campus.