When to Apply:
All prospective students are strongly urged to submit a completed application prior to the application deadlines below. High school students may submit an application as soon as they complete their Junior year. Re-Entry students who have previously attended Purdue University Calumet but were academically dropped must apply through the Dean of Students Office. They can be reached Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at 219-989-4141 or 1-800-HI-PURDUE, extension 4141.
Nursing application deadline for Professional Entry Level (Beginning Nursing Program) is February 1, 2014 for the Fall 2014 semester.
An application is not complete until all required documents and fees are received.
If you have any questions about this process, contact the Office of Admissions at (219) 989-2213, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us in person in the Enrollment Services Center, in Lawshe Hall, Room 130. Lawshe Hall is on the southern end of campus, on Woodmar Avenue just north of 173rd Street, Hammond, Indiana.
International applicants who are interested in the English Language Program should apply to the program using the downloadable application, viewable in Adobe by clicking the following link: ELP Application. Simply complete the form and mail it to the address below or scan it and send it via email to email@example.com.
International applicants should choose “Undergraduate International” as their application type from the drop down box in the online application.
Social Security Number Disclosure
For NON-International Students: Your social security number is needed to identify your educational records. This number is restricted to University use only. If you do not wish to disclose your social security number, you can complete a traditional paper application. You can download an application viewable in Adobe by clicking the following link: Download an Application
Completed paper applications should be mailed to:
Your social security number (SSN) will not be used as your Purdue University Calumet student identification number. It is required to receive certain federal tax benefits, apply for financial aid, and needed to accurately match your application with other records that include SAT or ACT scores or transcripts. Disclosure of your SSN will be restricted to University business processes, such as those required for federal and state reporting as well as institutional purposes. By providing your SSN, you authorize the University to disclose it to third parties as necessary for these purposes.