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ENGAGE OUR STAKEHOLDERS WITH CONSISTENT, COMPELLING AND TIMELY COMMUNICATION AND CLEAR GUIDANCE

Share the latest information via the Protect Purdue website

Protect.purdue.edu is our campus and community’s source for the latest information, guidance and answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Create and disseminate engaging and meaningful collateral around the Protect Purdue Plan

Guided by extensive audience understandings, use the Protect Purdue campaign to instill a culture of personal responsibility and daily action to Protect Purdue — ourselves, others, our Purdue community.

Crowdfund resources to support our efforts

Alumni and friends can help ensure a safe environment for students, faculty and staff by supporting the Protect Purdue Initiative Fund.

Give to Protect Purdue

Partner across the Greater Lafayette community to collectively advance safety efforts, particularly for students living and engaging in activities off campus

We will strive to partner with community leaders, business owners, and operators and property developers to promote healthy practices in off-campus environments, including apartments and establishments that students frequent.

  • Recognizing that Purdue has a responsibility to support the health and safety of the Greater Lafayette community, we will engage with a broad range of stakeholders to encourage the adoption of the tenets of the Protect Purdue Plan — which will likely be more stringent than those experienced or witnessed within the outside community — beyond the borders of our campus.
  • We will collaborate and partner with leaders of the West Lafayette, Lafayette and Tippecanoe County communities on ways to create a healthy and safe environment that protects Purdue and our neighbors.
  • For example, with more than 60% of our students living off campus, we will work with landlords to support the safety of our students living off-campus and we will expect our off-campus students to adhere to the tenets of the Protect Purdue Pledge at all times.
  • Additionally, as home to one of the nation’s largest fraternity, sorority and cooperative communities — with roughly 20% of our undergraduates belonging to one of these organizations — we will work with students and where possible, advisory committees and national organizations to promote safe practices in these living facilities.
VIDEO: Eric Barker
Dean, College of Pharmacy
VIDEO: Marion Underwood
Dean, College of Health and Human Sciences