Mastodon sports that ice our opponents. Fun and competitive games and events to give students a shiver of excitement. Cool giveaways galore. Do you get our drift? That’s right—it’s time for Blizzard of Dons, the chilling, campus-wide celebration of homecoming. Don’t miss out on the flurry of fun that starts on Monday, February 13. Check the homecoming schedule for all the big event details.
The Omnibus Speaker Series will continue this year with Scott Dikkers, founder of the Onion, on February 16 and George Takei, actor, social justice activist, and social media megapower, on April 25. Check out the Omnibus site for more event and ticket information.
Our campus has a hum, a rumble. You can feel the energy of our thunderous footsteps everywhere you go. Take a stroll past the Mastodon Statue, wander through Helmke Library, and scope out the lecture halls. The best part? You can discover campus and meet with admissions counselors in person and online.
“I think one thing that stands out the most to me is how much this university wants me to succeed in my college career. I have had certain advisors reach out to me in order to help me plan out classes, and to make sure I am staying on track with my goals I’ve set for myself.”
Stephanie Patrick, Communication
Strive for Excellence
“No matter what, anything is possible. Keep moving forward and strive for excellence.”
Samuel Moran, B.S.B ’21
Excellent Student-to-Professor Ratio
“I chose Purdue Fort Wayne because of its smaller campus and its excellent student-to-professor ratio.”
Andrew Tom Anzueto, Anthropology
“Purdue Fort Wayne really embodies the small school with a big-school feel. I think the close connections with professors are beneficial, especially for someone like me who struggles with notorious subjects like organic chemistry.”