last updated: September 11, 2020

Fall 2020 Online Option Experience

Online Option: University’s academic plan to offer a robust lineup of fully online courses for students who cannot or choose not to come to campus because of the COVID-19 pandemic but desire to start or continue their Purdue studies virtually instead of in-person as a residential student. Online offerings currently include an extensive course catalog, specifically most high-enrollment courses. Instructional designers and video teams collaborated with faculty support the adaptation of many courses to the online environment. All online courses have the same content,  learning outcomes and rigor as their on-campus counterparts. Courses are tailored for an online environment and for participation from anywhere in the world.

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General – Online

The deadlines to opt in were:

Undergraduate Students (domestic) – July 6, 2020 11:59 PM ET

Undergraduate Students (international) – July 23, 2020 5:00 PM ET

Graduate Students – July 15, 2020 11:59 PM ET

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The deadline to switch from in-person to fully online has passed, and the deadline for the significant hardship request form to request an exception to be moved to fully online after the deadline has also passed. This leaves students three options to consider: 

  1. Stay in the residential experience.
    1. Special Note: Any residential online courses offered could require students to engage in in-person activities – small group assignments, projects, labs, etc. Because of this, Purdue does not recommend any student take residential online courses from outside the immediate West Lafayette, Indiana area. 
  2. Take a semester off.
  3.  Determine if a local college has some courses you could take that would transfer to Purdue and allow you to continue to make academic progress.
    1. You should work with your Purdue advisor to determine which courses would transfer best based on your Purdue plan of study.

If you choose option 2 or 3, you will want to make sure you reach out to your Purdue advisor when you are ready to start the re-entry process. If you sit out more than 2 semesters, you will need to apply to Purdue again using the re-entry application

Ultimately, we hope that you will pick option 1. We feel strongly that the steps the entire campus is taking will keep each student’s health and safety in mind. We do understand that for many students and their families attending in-person may not be a possibility. 

Whether this semester or one in the future, we look forward to seeing you back on campus again.  

Purdue University cannot require students to remain on campus at all times. However, students are strongly encouraged to minimize their travel and continue to practice all necessary health and safety behaviors while off-campus.

If you leave campus, you must continue to monitor daily for symptoms of COVID-19, and take your temperature if you feel sick. Returning travelers are encouraged to be tested for COVID-19 upon return following the instructions here.

If you travel out of the country, you must self-quarantine for 14 days before returning to campus. 

Students who opt into the Fully Online Option for Fall 2020 but would like to obtain a student work position on the West Lafayette campus are not guaranteed a student work position. Priority will be given to hiring students who are enrolled in the residential campus program. If there are still positions open Online students may be considered. Should an Online student obtain an on-campus position they will need to comply with all components of the Protect Purdue Plan, including signing the Protect Purdue Pledge, completing the Protect Purdue Health Training, and consenting to both the flu vaccine and all protocols for testing for the COVID-19 virus.

Students who selected the online-only option for fall will not be packaged with Federal Work Study by the Division of Financial Aid. There may be some opportunities to still work on campus based on the individual needs of specific departments. Some departments may offer virtual opportunities. Check the job descriptions in SuccessFactors for more details. To access job descriptions for student employment, visit https://careers.purdue.edu/search and search for “WL Student” under Category.

Yes. Students who opted for the online-only options for fall will not be packaged with Federal Work Study by the Division of Financial Aid for fall 2020.

Yes. Dining Services will be hiring a large quantity of students for fall 2020 to assist with dining operations. To access job descriptions for student employment, visit https://careers.purdue.edu/search and search for “WL Student” under Category, or https://dining.purdue.edu/AboutUs/Careers/index.html.

Students who opt into the Fully Online Option for Fall 2020 but would like to obtain a student work position on the West Lafayette campus are not guaranteed a student work position. Priority will be given to hiring students who are enrolled in the residential campus program. If there are still positions open Online students may be considered. Should an Online student obtain an on-campus position they will need to comply with all components of the Protect Purdue Plan, including signing the Protect Purdue Pledge, completing the Protect Purdue Health Training, and consenting to both the flu vaccine and all protocols for testing for the COVID-19 virus.

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Classes and Academics – Online

If you choose the Fall 2020 Online Option, you will select from a subset of Purdue courses that will offer a robust, flexible, engaging, and high-quality learning experience. Purdue’s instructional designers and video teams are currently working with Purdue faculty creating content and designing these courses in preparation for the Fall 2020 semester. These fully online courses are designed to provide the same content and learning opportunities as their on-campus counterparts. Purdue’s goal is to produce courses that are tailor-made for an online environment which includes high-quality video and audio, engaging activities, opportunities for student-to-student interaction, and connections between students and faculty. Purdue continues to be committed to excellence in education and the well-being of our students and brings that same commitment to providing the classes students need in an online environment that best fit with their professional and personal requirements.

Be assured that the teaching and learning team at Purdue University has approached the design of the classroom and learning environments in the same way it has done over the past several years; with a strong focus toward transformative education and engaged student learning.

Yes. The Honors College has developed online sections of the course required by all incoming Honors students (i.e., HONR 19901). In addition, continuing students can remain in good standing (e.g., one Honors course per year) with the Honors college by planning to take an online Honors course in the fall or a residential Honors course in the spring. It is recommended that students contact their Honors supplementary advisor for additional information. Faculty and staff are also working this summer to ensure that Honors events and activities will be accessible to both residential and online students.

It may vary. Students who are interested in research/creative inquiry/scholarly projects can start with the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR). The OUR provides a number of resources to support undergraduates. Their website offers OURConnect (an online matching portal), information on a research-related curriculum for prospective and actively engaged student researchers, online seminars, tips for connecting with faculty, links to offices and programs within the academic units, and OUR staff contacts. Some faculty have research opportunities that can be performed remotely and do not require specialized equipment. However, others may be engaged in research that can only be done in a particular research environment and requires in-person participation. Interested students can also directly email faculty who are engaged in the research of interest. OUR staff can assist students as they navigate this process as well as direct them to appropriate college/school contacts.

As we begin the fall 2020 session, please be aware that we will return to our normal, pre-COVID grading structures including standard deadlines to change a grade mode or to withdraw from a course as defined by our Academic Regulations in the Purdue Catalog.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and necessary changes to the delivery of instruction for spring 2020 semester, students who completed courses during this timeframe were able to request P/NP grade mode change with no approval by instructor or advisor needed. The fall 2020 semester will follow the traditional grading policies and any requests for P/NP grade mode changes needing to have proper approval.

Faculty will use different approaches to online exams.  Purdue is working on general guidelines (based on the experiences from the Spring final exam period) for faculty in order to optimize the process and to foster student learning while being mindful of possible academic integrity concerns.

Information about adding funds to your account can be found at BoilerExpress Deposits.

Libraries has e-resources, electronic course reserves and alternate ways of finding the resources you need. Click here to view the Purdue Libraries Remote Access Resources Guide. Libraries continues to offer the Ask a Librarian service that supports various ways to connect with a librarian. 

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Tuition and Financial Aid Online

Students who choose the fall online option are still eligible for all types of financial aid including merit scholarships. If you are considering the online option, however, please note if you receive financial aid, your total financial aid package may be affected by the change in your costs for the semester. Please check with financial aid to understand the effect of the online option on your total financial aid package.

Students who choose the online option will be charged based on summer pricing for online classes. Specific questions should be sent to askbursar@purdue.edu.

Purdue Fall 2020 Online Option

Please see below for undergraduate & graduate Purdue Covid-19 Online Option Tuition estimates for the fall 2020 semester, including flat-rate and per-credit-hour fee information.

9 Credits

Fall-Online
Option est.

General Service$2,301.95
Technology Fee$94.10
Student Activity Fee$20.00
Total Resident$2,416.05
Non-Res Tuition$4,700.50
Total Non-Resident$7,116.55
UG Int’l Student Tuition*$500.00
International Student Fee$145.00
Total Int’l Non-Resident$7,761.55

12 Credits

Fall-Online
Option est.

General Service$3,289.10
Technology Fee$94.10
Student Activity Fee$20.00
Total Resident$3,403.20
Non-Res Tuition$6,501.85
Total Non-Resident$9,905.05
UG Int’l Student Tuition*$500.00
International Student Fee$145.00
Total Int’l Non-Resident$10,550.05

15 Credits

Fall-Online
Option est.

General Service$4,276.25
Technology Fee$94.10
Student Activity Fee$20.00
Total Resident$4,390.35
Non-Res Tuition$8,303.20
Total Non-Resident$12,693.55
UG Int’l Student Tuition*$500.00
International Student Fee$145.00
Total Int’l Non-Resident$13,338.55

NOTES:
Honors College students will have an additional $100 fee. For information regarding this fee, visit the Honors College FAQ page.

Fall semester students will also be assessed a percentage of the approved College differential tution based upon the following hours: 1-3 hours=25%, 4-7 hours=50%, 8 hours and above=100%.

Tuition is derived from the summer flat rate on General Service Tuition at $2301.95 at 9 credits + per credit $329.05 over 9 credit hours and the Non-Resident tuition at $4,700.50 + per credit $600.45 over 9 credit hours. 16 or more credit hours will pay the fall/spring flat rates less the fitness and wellness fee and R&R fee.  Resident $4,718, Nonresident $14,119, International $14,619*

* UG International Tuition will be 50% of the normal tuition rate regardless of credit hours, this is only for Undergraduate programs.

No. As was the case in the Spring 2020 semester, an unavoidable transition to remote learning would be intended to preserve each student’s safety while at the same time allowing for academic progress toward a Purdue degree to continue. We understand how critical it is to so many students that they graduate when they had planned to. Last semester, Purdue saw no financial gain from the need to make this transition in the interest of student safety and continued academic progress. Similarly, given the significant amount of resources we have expended and will continue to expend during the pandemic so that these objectives can continue to be met, we do not plan to refund tuition for any semester in which extraordinary circumstances were once again to result in the need to move fully to remote learning.

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The following information for international students is based on official guidance published by the Department of Homeland Security on July 6, 2020, and further clarified on July 7, 2020.  This information is subject to change, without notice.  Please note, this guidance pertains specifically to international students in the F-1 student visa category, and may be adapted similarly for international students in the J-1 student visa category.

International Students – Online

A hearing was held July 14, 2020, in the District Court of Massachusetts, regarding the complaint filed by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) against the Department of Homeland Security. The judge ruled that the parties agreed to set aside the July 6, 2020 ICE guidance, and the subsequent update to the ICE SEVP FAQs that were updated on July 7, 2020. The agreement required the Department of Homeland Security to revert it’s position back to the March 2020 guidance. On July 15, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security reissued guidance via the ICE SEVP FAQs which reinstated the March, 2020 guidance, until further notice.uidance only pertains to international students who are inside the United States on the F-1 visa program. 

Purdue University West Lafayette has adopted a hybrid learning model for the fall 2020 semester. Under current guidance there is no limit to the amount of online coursework that may be used toward maintaining minimum full-time enrollment requirements, and there is no residential coursework requirement.

F-1 students who participate in the fall online learning experience may do so from inside or outside the United States.

If students opt-in to online learning for the fall 2020 semester, they will receive another email from ISS before the beginning of the fall semester with further information and instructions.

Purdue University West Lafayette has adopted a hybrid model for the fall 2020 semester.

Current students who wish to return to campus for the fall 2020 semester may do so. Under current guidance there is no limit to the amount of online coursework that may be used toward maintaining minimum full-time enrollment requirements, and there is no residential coursework requirement.

The current guidance indicates that students must be enrolled in and engaged in a full course of study, if they wish to maintain their visa status. There is no limit to the number of online/distance courses and there is not residential course requirement. Students may participate in their coursework either on-campus or from a remote location inside or outside the United States and their SEVIS status will remain “active”. Students are reminded that they MUST keep their address inside the United States current with ISS, and they must notify ISS if they intend to pursue their coursework from outside the United States. ISS will send instructions for providing location updates to students during the week of July 20, 2020. Students should monitor their @purdue email account for further information and instructions.

The deadline to switch from fully online to in-person has passed, and the deadline for the significant hardship request to request an exception to be moved back to in-person after the deadline has also passed. This leaves students two options to consider: 

  1. Stay in the fully online experience.
    1.  Special Note: If you are living in the Greater Lafayette area this Fall, as an Online Option student you should not come to campus where you might put yourself and others at risk for exposure. You are expected to be socially distant from campus and on campus resources: this includes any club meetings, on-campus events, and resources like the libraries, labs, and the Co-Rec unless given approval by the Protect Purdue team. 
  2. Take a semester off.
    1. If you choose this option, you will want to make sure you reach out to your Purdue advisor when you are ready to start the re-entry process. If you sit out more than 2 semesters, you will need to apply to Purdue again using the re-entry application

Ultimately, we hope that you will pick option 1. We feel strongly that the steps the entire campus is taking will provide you with a rich and rewarding academic experience from the safety of your home, and we look forward to the day that we get to see you on campus.  

At this time, official guidance indicates that as long as students continue to engage in a full course of study via remote learning from inside or outside the United States, continuing students are considered to be maintaining status. Please note, this does NOT apply to students who begin their academic program in the Fall 2020 semester, unless they were inside the United States in F-1 status when the March 2020 guidance was issued.

At this time, continuing students who wish to pursue their educational objectives full time from inside or outside the United States are considered to be maintaining status, therefore eligibility for CPT and OPT is not negatively impacted.

No.

As per current guidance, as long as you enroll in, and engage in a full course of study, ISS will keep your SEVIS record active and intact, even if are outside the United States.

This mandate is now obsolete, no updates are required for students who have valid I-20s. Your current I-20 is valid.

For students who are new to Purdue and who are outside the United States. The most recent guidance from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), indicates that students who are outside the United States and who have not yet established student visa “status” in the United States should “remain outside the United States” until the campus fully resumes standard operations. Purdue has asked for further clarification.

Continuing or SEVIS transfer students who have established status inside the United States may have other options. Students arriving from outside the U.S. should plan to arrive on-campus two weeks before attending any activities on campus, including classes. This two weeks period will allow the student to observe mandatory self-quarantine before participating in face-to-face activities. We will post updates on this site as we receive additional guidance.

Students may request travel signatures and ask that the document be shipped directly to them (at the student’s expense) anywhere in the world, except certain comprehensively sanctioned countries, or may pick up the document in our office in Schleman Hall during published hours.

You can find details on how fees for paid graduate assistantships will be handled here.

There are currently no changes to the definition of research credits. Research credits are considered to be “residential” in format.

No. Students will not be able to switch course delivery modes mid-semester. 

The deadline to switch from in-person to fully online has passed, and the deadline for the significant hardship request form to request an exception to be moved to fully online after the deadline has also passed. This leaves students three options to consider: 

  1. Stay in the residential experience.
    1. Special Note: Any residential online courses offered could require students to engage in in-person activities – small group assignments, projects, labs, etc. Because of this, Purdue does not recommend any student take residential online courses from outside the immediate West Lafayette, Indiana area. 
  2. Take a semester off.
  3.  Determine if a local college has some courses you could take that would transfer to Purdue and allow you to continue to make academic progress.
    1. You should work with your Purdue advisor to determine which courses would transfer best based on your Purdue plan of study.

If you choose option 2 or 3, you will want to make sure you reach out to your Purdue advisor when you are ready to start the re-entry process. If you sit out more than 2 semesters, you will need to apply to Purdue again using the re-entry application

Ultimately, we hope that you will pick option 1. We feel strongly that the steps the entire campus is taking will keep each student’s health and safety in mind. We do understand that for many students and their families attending in-person may not be a possibility. 

Whether this semester or one in the future, we look forward to seeing you back on campus again.  

For the latest from ISS, please visit: https://www.purdue.edu/ippu/iss/immigrationChanges.html

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Campus Life and Socializing – Online

Yes, virtually. Purdue is proud of its vast range of student organizations from the Society of Women Engineers to the Baking Club. You will be able to search and request to join organizations through www.boilerlink.purdue.edu. Students who select the online option will have the ability to be engaged and involved with a number of organizations and organization activities. We encourage you to get involved with an organization within your major or area of interest and something you are passionate about. And when you are looking for regular virtual activities, check out Purdue Student Union Board.

Yes. Friendship is an important aspect of the college experience. If you participate in the online option, you will want and need to make intentional efforts to get connected with your peers outside of classrooms. You will likely have some courses that involve group projects and your connections with your partners on those projects could develop into friendships. In addition, friendships are often formed around common interests so Purdue’s vast range of student organizations is an excellent place to get involved and meet new people. It is true, that by selecting the online option, you will not have as much informal contact with others, but you can also find ways to create those informal contacts by attending virtual events and activities.

Several virtual resources to help you take good care of your physical and mental well-being are available here.

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Support Services Online

The disability accommodations process will work the same as it does for in-person students. Incoming students with disabilities need to connect with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) to begin the process. As with all Purdue students, the DRC staff will follow an interactive process with students to understand how their disability interacts with the learning environment and to determine if reasonable accommodations need to be put in place for the student to be able to gain effective access. Continuing students’ who are already connected to the DRC should maintain their relationship with their assigned Access Consultant. Course Accessibility Letters are valid in all learning environments.

Yes, because there will be restrictions on visitors to campus, almost all, if not all, career fairs will be virtual. Online students will be able to participate. However, there may be practical limitations connected to time zone variation. Career consulting from Center for Career Opportunities & Pre-Professional Advising (CCO) will also be available to online students.

Purdue is working hard to ensure that online students will have access to the same levels of academic support as on-campus students. On-campus students should visit the Academic Success Center. Online students should visit the ASC’s Alternative Delivery of Academic Support Resources which will be continuously updated as more and more resources are put in place for online students

Accommodations for students registered with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) will remain in effect; however, instructors may need to adapt or adjust accommodations for an online environment. Students should contact their Access Consultant in the Disability Resource Center if they have questions. Instructors should review students’ Course Accessibility Letters (CALs), which are shared with instructors electronically via myPurdue. Adjustments will depend on the course design, content, and forms of assessment.

The DRC staff is operating normal business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to support both instructors and students. Individuals may contact the DRC access consultant listed on a student’s CAL if they have questions about accommodations. General questions may be sent to drc@purdue.edu. More information about alternative delivery of DRC services to students and instructors is available on the DRC’s website.

Purdue Extension is offering a free internet connection through their county offices and they have assisted with identifying 350+ wi-fi hotspots across Indiana. You may view the current list of locations at https://www.purdue.edu/innovativelearning/learning-remotely/files/Indiana_wifi_internet_locations.pdf.

Students can access the eduroam wi-fi network at other institutions of higher education.  The username is your Purdue email address (including @purdue.edu) and the password is your BoilerKey. Explore locations at https://www.eduroam.org/where/.

If you do not have access to a vehicle or you are unable to access a local hotspot, please call the Purdue COVID-19 Information Center at 765-496-INFO (4636) or toll-free 1-833-571-1043 and press 7 to explore additional options.

Academic advising will continue. Students can still contact their academic advisor in BoilerConnect. Work with your advisor to determine the best mode of communication and appointment method (virtual appointment, email, phone, etc.)

A dedicated Learning Remotely resource is available. This Quick Start Guide is a good place to start.

Academic support services will continue in online formats alongside remotely-taught courses. For example, the Academic Success Center will continue academic consultations virtually. Students will still schedule through BoilerConnect and the academic consultant will reach out with more information. Consultations can include time management and other strategies for success in remotely-taught courses, as we know this will be a new experience for many of our students. Peer Success Coaching will also continue virtually. The Purdue Writing Lab offers a suite of online tutoring. Students can get more information at the following link, https://www.purdue.edu/asc/online-resources.html, which will be updated as more resources come online.

ITaP also offers several resources for students.

Purdue Extension is offering a free internet connection through their county offices and they have assisted with identifying 350+ wi-fi hotspots across Indiana. You may view the current list of locations at https://www.purdue.edu/innovativelearning/learning-remotely/files/Indiana_wifi_internet_locations.pdf.
Students can access the eduroam wi-fi network at other institutions of higher education.  The username is your Purdue email address (including @purdue.edu) and the password is your BoilerKey. Explore locations at https://www.eduroam.org/where/.
If you do not have access to a vehicle or you are unable to access a local hotspot, please call the Purdue COVID-19 Information Center at 765-496-INFO (4636) or toll-free 1-833-571-1043 and press 7 to explore additional options.

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Housing and Dining – Online

We cannot guarantee housing for any student who will not be living in University Residences for the Fall 2020 semester. However, we still encourage you to apply for housing when the spring contract opens on October 1, 2020.  

It depends. Some learning communities are open to online students, but others are not. If you are thinking about joining a learning community or have been placed in a learning community and are considering the online option, please contact learningcommunities@purdue.edu to find out if you can participate as an online learner.

Yes. There are no restrictions that would keep online students from registering. But it is unclear at this time what factors Fraternities, Sororities and Cooperative Houses would consider regarding making offers to join to students who are not on campus.

If you select the online option for the Fall, your academic year housing contract, if you have one, will be cancelled and you will have the opportunity to apply for on-campus housing for the Spring. The Spring housing contract site opens on October 1. Although Purdue University Residences is committed to offering all interested students the opportunity to live with us on-campus, it is currently not possible for us to predict the residential capacity for the spring semester.

It is very difficult to get out of a lease in this area unless both parties agree to end the lease or the landlord is negligent in some way. Because they did not create the pandemic, it is unlikely landlords would release tenants from the lease. Your best option may be to sublease your apartment as a way to mitigate damages.

Purdue University is not able to intervene with your lease agreement, as you and the landlord are the only two parties to the lease. If you have questions or need advice, please contact Off Campus Student Services or Student Legal Services.

No. If we are required to move to online instruction earlier than Thanksgiving, likely we would again give students the option to stay on campus. Whether campus instruction is in-person or fully remote, University Residences will remain open and continue to offer services through December. If a student decides to leave campus early, there will be no refund or cancellation of the housing fees specified in the student’s University Residences housing contract. In this respect, the contract is comparable to the apartment leases required by off-campus property owners. Our hope would be to resume campus operations in the Spring 2021. Should modifications to that plan become necessary, we would evaluate the situation in real time, making sure to update the Purdue community along the way. 

Dining plans feature two offerings: meals-per-week (measured by card “swipes”) and dining dollars. The card swipes do not roll over in the meals-per-week offering, so no refunds are made for unused swipes if a student leaves campus. On the other hand, the dining dollars are allotted over the entire year, so those are available if such a student were to return to campus in the spring semester.   

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Health and Wellness – Online

We’re here to help. You have several options available:

For students who are on campus

  • The Office of the Dean of Students remains available to assist students during normal office hours (8am-5pm, M-F). No appointment is necessary. You can reach the Office of the Dean of Students by phone at 765-494-1747 or by email at odosmain@purdue.edu. The Office of the Dean of Students is also available for drop-in appointments if you do not have the ability to communicate by phone or email.
  • Mental Health Crisis
    • CAPS is available for consultation from 8 am-5 pm. Please call 765-494-6995 to speak with a clinician.
    • Protocall CAPS Crisis Line is available after business hours. Please call 765-494-6995, and press “1” to speak with a clinician.
    • CIT Officers (accessed through dialing 911)
    • St. Franciscan Emergency Room
    • Sycamore Springs
  • Mental Health Support
    • CAPS is available for consultation from 8 am-5 pm. Please call 765-494-6995 for a brief screen.
    • WellTrack is an online tool to assist students struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression, stress.  Go to www.purdue.edu/caps, and click on WellTrack.

 

For students who are off campus 

  • The Office of the Dean of Students remains available to assist students during normal office hours (8am-5pm, M-F). No appointment is necessary. You can reach the Office of the Dean of Students by phone at 765-494-1747 or by email at odosmain@purdue.edu.
  • Mental Health Support
    • CAPS is available for consultation from 8 am-5 pm.  Please call 765-494-6995 for assistance with referral information in your current location.
    • WellTrack is an online tool to assist students struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression, stress.  Go to www.purdue.edu/caps, and click on WellTrack. 

The definition of isolation and quarantine, as well as details on who would be asked to undergo each, what’s allowed under each, and more is available here.

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This information is maintained by the Office of Admissions, if you have any additional questions please contact the Purdue COVID-19 Information Center, 765-496-INFO (4636) or toll-free 1-833-571-1043,