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On-Campus Resources

Support is all around campus.

Check out the many areas of support offered at Purdue Fort Wayne. 

The Purdue Fort Wayne Campus Health Clinic is an outpatient facility that provides healthcare services to students, faculty, staff, and community members. We strive for you to feel confident and comfortable in our care and services.

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The Disability Access Center is committed to promoting and ensuring equal access and opportunity for students with disabilities at Purdue Fort Wayne. Students with disabilities can work with the center to access reasonable accommodations and other support. We also work with campus partners to create an inclusive university experience and environment.

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Take advantage of our Writing Center, Math Testing Center, and various tutoring services to improve your academic performance. Our tutoring services are available at no additional cost to currently enrolled Purdue Fort Wayne students. Stop by our information desk at Helmke Library to get started.

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Learning in a quality, respectful environment is a key part of your education. The Office of Student Conduct and Care promotes responsibility and encourages honesty and integrity through education, compliance through behavioral standards, and support of individual rights.

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The Multicultural Center is committed to the engagement, retention, and graduation of students of color. We embrace intersecting differences, advocate for social justice, and cultivate a campus climate that values all individuals. Our intentional programming and events foster an enthusiasm for diverse cultures and backgrounds, while recognizing and celebrating the contributions of underrepresented students as an integral part of the campus community.

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The Q Center is committed to the work of building a learning environment for LGBTQIA+ students, creating spaces for connection and community, and equipping faculty and staff with the necessary tools to be effective allies in the quest for equity and acceptance.

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The Women’s Center is committed to providing purposeful programs and services that support and encourage women at Purdue Fort Wayne. We advocate for our students with families and lead in celebrating the importance of women as an integral part of the university.

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We provide awareness and education for students and parents concerning sexual assault—what it is, including the legal perspective; what to do if it happens; where to go for support; and much more. The Office of Institutional Equity on campus works in conjunction with the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance on the Purdue campus, campus Title IX officers, and the Office of Conduct and Care to provide this information to our campus community. You may also contact Christine Marcuccilli, director of compliance and title IX coordinator, for more information.

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Chat Options

Another way to get assistance.

  • Lifeline Crisis Chat: Available through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, this chat is available 24/7 within the United States its and territories. Visit and click “Chat Now.”
  • TrevorChat: Free, confidential, and secure online chat provides live help by trained volunteers. Available 24/7/365. This service is designed to be used with a computer. If you prefer to use a smartphone, learn more about using Trevor Text.
  • National Sexual Assault Online Hotline: Chat online with a trained staff member who can provide confidential crisis support. Visit to get started.
  • Vets4Warriors: This is for anyone currently serving in the military, veterans, and their families and caregivers. It is confidential, anonymous, and available 24/7. Visit to receive personalized peer support from a veteran. 
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Online support

Resources at your fingertips.

  • Crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
  • A national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
  • What to Do in a Crisis: Guidance from the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Off-Campus Resources

Help is available far and wide.

Aside from campus resources, these support services are available to you.