Thank you for applying to Purdue Fort Wayne! You are one step closer to your college journey.
We have a rolling admission process, which means applications are processed in the order that they are received. Priority is given to applications for the earliest entry term. Once all of the required application materials have been received, it generally takes up to 2-3 weeks to provide an admission decision during our peak application period.
Check your application status.
To check on the status of your Undergraduate Application and submit the necessary items, please follow the steps below:
- Go to this Admissions Application Link
- Log in with your userID and PIN
- Scroll down to: Processed Applications
- Select Admission: Term (Application Preference Not Entered, doesn’t matter)
- Scroll down to Requirement
- Here is a “How to Guide” on submitting missing documentation
Note, Application Preference not entered does not have any impact to your application. Items with an asterisk require additional forms, click here to access required forms. You will not be considered for admission until we obtain all necessary documentation. If you have recently requested items to be submitted to our office, we look forward to processing them once obtained.
If you have forgotten your application login information, you can email [email protected] to obtain a list of outstanding items required to complete your application. Please use the Subject Line: Missing Information Request and include your full legal name and date of birth in the body of the email.
If you need to update the information provided to the Office of Admission in your original application, such as mailing address, email, intended term, or major, please complete the online Undergraduate Application Change Request Form. Changes submitted via this form are typically processed by our staff within 5-7 business days.
Admission Appeal Process
To appeal an admission decision, the applicant must submit a written statement to the Admissions Appeals Committee explaining the circumstances that you feel would make you competitive in our process and providing us with further information that you think the committee did not have in the original review.
The statement must be typed and no longer than one page. It should include your name as it appears on your application, mailing address, and any additional contact information for the committee to use in following up. The decision of the committee will be sent in writing and is final. Statements should be sent via email to [email protected] with a subject line of "Admission Appeal Request for (your name as it appears on your application)."