Nice Quote of the Month
The tour guides were the reason for my satisfaction with Purdue. Both of my tour guides were informative, genuine, and happy.
I liked the campus, the selection of majors, and the extracurricular activities at Purdue.
Before the visit, I had high expectations for Purdue and they were able to fulfill a lot of those expectations. I loved the campus and a lot of the activities I will be able to do there. I also love the athletics and traditions.
I enjoyed the interaction with the guides and the information provided. After this tour I have decided to commit to Purdue.
I was pleasantly surprised at the intimate atmosphere of even the large classrooms such as the Class of 1950 Lecture Hall. That, compared with testimonials from current students about how the professors at West Lafayette truly care about an individual's ability to succeed increased my confidence and interest in Purdue University.
The tour was amazing. The people involved were so friendly and informative, and all the information they gave me was positive. Because of that tour, Purdue is at the top of the list of schools I want to attend.
Student camaraderie is very good. Facilities such as dining hall and residence halls are very nicely updated and well kept. Everything there is high class and the school itself overall deserves high praise.
I liked the tour being broken into 3 parts.
We thought the tour guides were wonderful and professional. The amount of opportunities available for the students is amazing! This was our second tour of the campus and we were impressed with the student guides and the admissions staff. My daughter had her decision down to two schools and during this visit she decided on becoming a Boiler Maker! We could not be more proud!
I really liked the classrooms and the information about what it would be like to learn there
Mean Quote of the Month
I didn't like the lady that spoke to us during the admissions information session. I wish I could've seen more of the residents hall and also seen the inside of a academic building.
I LOVED the campus and really wanted my child to attend Purdue. After the seminar, I worried that there was nothing but engineering and that my child would not get a quality education in any other field. Since he did not want an engineering degree, he decided to apply to a few more colleges which might have more diversified majors for him.
My student believes the overall size of the campus is too large for him.