Protect Myself. Protect Others. Protect Purdue.
[June 14] Reminder: Protocols for students arriving from outside the U.S.: Students arriving on campus from international locations should follow current COVID-19 testing and quarantine protocols, including those vaccinated against COVID-19.
[June 1] Protect Purdue year in review: The Protect Purdue summary report highlights the many small steps 50,000+ students, faculty and staff took to safely and successfully complete in-person instruction for the 2020-21 school year. Related: Protect Purdue photo gallery and video recap.
[May 27] Old Golden Ticket Drawing: For ten Boilermaker students, COVID-19 vaccination will be the Old Gold-en Ticket to winning $9,992 — the equivalent of a year’s undergraduate tuition cost for an in-state Boilermaker since 2013 — minus the hunt for chocolate bars.
[May 24] Outdoor face mask requirement relaxed immediately; documented vaccination rate key to easing this and other campus COVID-19 restrictions: Effective immediately, individuals need not wear a mask when outdoors on campus; until a greater share of the campus community is vaccinated against COVID-19, wearing a face mask remains required indoors.
[May 14] Fall 2021 event, visitor and travel guidelines: Protect Purdue leadership shares essential guidance for events, visitors and travel during the fall semester.
[May 11] Role of COVID-19 vaccine in fall 2021 operations: Vaccination against COVID-19 is an expression of the Protect Purdue Pledge; individuals may choose to either be vaccinated or participate in frequent surveillance testing.
[May 11] Video Update from President Daniels: Expectations for the fall: To help Boilermakers plan ahead for the next academic year, President Daniels shares a video message outlining the University’s current plans.
[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.