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2022 IMPACT REPORT


The next giant leap starts here.

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I’m Matt Folk, president and CEO of the Purdue for Life Foundation and a 1991 Electrical Engineering graduate. I’m pleased to welcome you to our 2022 impact report. I’m a lifelong fan of our University, a life member of the Purdue Alumni Association, and a longtime member of President’s Council and the John Purdue Club.

Purdue for Life helps people who love Purdue University stay connected, get involved, and give back.

Thank you to everyone—alumni, faculty, staff, retirees, students, parents and families, friends, and fans—for helping Purdue set a new record with philanthropic support this year. Talk about a giant leap!

Purdue for Life is the cornerstone for engagement, development, and stewardship at Purdue. We deepen alumni ties, drive and coordinate all alumni-related activities across the Purdue family’s post-graduation lives, and work with alumni and friends to garner support for the University. We advance the innovation, achievement, and growth of Purdue, including the important work underway on the Purdue Northwest and Purdue Fort Wayne campuses and through Purdue University Global and the Purdue Polytechnic High Schools.

Alumni programming, lifelong learning, clubs and networks, President’s Council, the John Purdue Club, the Office of Industry Partnerships, on-campus alumni living opportunities—and much more—are brought to you by the Purdue for Life Foundation.

Thanks to the generous support and personal involvement of alumni, friends, and fans from around the globe, we are strengthening Purdue’s reputation in teaching and research while remaining affordable and accessible to brilliant young minds.

Thank you, and Boiler Up!

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Matt Folk

President and CEO, Purdue for Life Foundation
Vice President of University Development and Alumni Engagement, Purdue University

 

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I’m Matt Folk, president and CEO of the Purdue for Life Foundation and a 1991 Electrical Engineering graduate. I’m pleased to welcome you to our 2022 impact report. I’m a lifelong fan of our University, a life member of the Purdue Alumni Association, and a longtime member of President’s Council and the John Purdue Club.

Purdue for Life helps people who love Purdue University stay connected, get involved, and give back.

Thank you to everyone—alumni, faculty, staff, retirees, students, parents and families, friends, and fans—for helping Purdue set a new record with philanthropic support this year. Talk about a giant leap!

Purdue for Life is the cornerstone for engagement, development, and stewardship at Purdue. We deepen alumni ties, drive and coordinate all alumni-related activities across the Purdue family’s post-graduation lives, and work with alumni and friends to garner support for the University. We advance the innovation, achievement, and growth of Purdue, including the important work underway on the Purdue Northwest and Purdue Fort Wayne campuses and through Purdue University Global and the Purdue Polytechnic High Schools.

Alumni programming, lifelong learning, clubs and networks, President’s Council, the John Purdue Club, the Office of Industry Partnerships, on-campus alumni living opportunities—and much more—are brought to you by the Purdue for Life Foundation.

Thanks to the generous support and personal involvement of alumni, friends, and fans from around the globe, we are strengthening Purdue’s reputation in teaching and research while remaining affordable and accessible to brilliant young minds.

Thank you, and Boiler Up!

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Matt Folk

President and CEO, Purdue for Life Foundation
Vice President of University Development and Alumni Engagement, Purdue University

 

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SMALL STEPS

How we got here.

In March 2019, Purdue President Mitch Daniels formed the Purdue for Life investigation committee, made up of Purdue alumni and employees. The committee’s goal was to recommend a vision and implementation plan for advancing Purdue University by increasing a sense of value among alumni in their continued association with the University.

In 2020, after study, discussion, and visits to many universities across the United States, the committee proposed an integrated engagement and advancement model to President Daniels and the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees and the Purdue Alumni Association Board of Directors approved that proposal, and the Purdue for Life Foundation was announced on March 11, 2020.

The new Purdue for Life model combined engagement and fundraising activities, streamlined the Purdue experience for alumni and donors—through special events and travel opportunities offered, email and print communications received, and more—and provided a more customized approach when connecting alumni and friends with the University.

“Our Purdue graduates and friends number in the hundreds of thousands. Purdue for Life will lead us to new connections and better engagement with this entire alumni universe. In a world of continuous learning, online education, and networking, the Purdue experience must become not four years but literally lifelong.” —President Daniels

Matt Folk (ECE’91), who led the Purdue for Life investigation committee, was appointed the president and CEO of the Purdue for Life Foundation. Greg Kapp (PNW’82) was named vice president of development, and Jillian Henry (T’04) was named vice president of engagement. 

On April 1, 2021, the Purdue Alumni Association entered into a formal agreement with the Purdue for Life Foundation, acknowledging that the Foundation would plan and implement alumni engagement activities on behalf of the association, and the Purdue Alumni Association staff joined the Purdue for Life Foundation as employees. The Purdue Alumni Association remains an independently financed nonprofit organization that continues with its core function of managing the election of three alumni trustees for the Purdue University Board of Trustees in accordance with Indiana state statutes.

“Our goal is to strengthen ties both internally and externally, continuing our efforts to come together as one Purdue. Working alongside incredibly talented people, we see a future of improved events, streamlined communication, lifelong learning opportunities for our Purdue alumni family, and much, much more.” —Matt Folk

STAY CONNECTED

We offer exciting ways for alumni, friends, and fans to show their love for the old gold and black. 

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LET’S PARTY

Focusing on all units throughout the Purdue for Life Foundation and providing assistance for Purdue University events, our special events team administers the efficient communication and coordination of event calendaring, processes, and protocols.

In the fall of 2021, we began hosting in-person events in a safe and meaningful way, making Purdue one of the only universities nationwide to accomplish this on a large scale for alumni and donor gatherings. The number of event attendees ranged from 10 to more than 5,000.

Boilermaker Ball // The 2022 Boilermaker Ball was a bewitching, bold, and brilliant spectacular, raising more than $125,000 for the Purdue Scholarship Fund.

Purdue @ Wrigley Field // More than 750 Boilermakers joined the Purdue for Life Foundation’s tailgate at the Cubby Bear in Wrigleyville, taking over Chicago with Purdue pride before the football team took on Northwestern.

2022 Purdue Center for Cancer Research Challenge 5K Run/Walk // Thanks to the generous support of donors, sponsors, and hundreds of participants, the 2022 Challenge 5K Run/Walk raised more than $75,000 for cancer research at Purdue.

Memories on the Mall // Nearly 200 multicultural and international Purdue students and friends attended our Memories on the Mall celebration, an elegant outdoor dinner to celebrate their graduation.

YOU’VE GOT MAIL


The Purdue for Life vision includes streamlining communications so we can shine a more direct light on exciting ways to engage with Purdue—such as our lifelong learning and travel email digests—and encourage support through private giving.

Our investments in customer relationship management technology allow alumni and friends to stay connected to Purdue in ways that work for them. Through our email preference center, individuals can tailor communications to their interests, opting in and out of specific categories.

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YOU’RE ALWAYS WELCOME


Located in Room 102 of Stewart Center—right in the heart of campus—the Boilermaker Station Welcome Center functions as the main Purdue hub for welcoming alumni, students, faculty, staff, guests, friends, and fans, while also serving as the launching point for all admissions tours.

We welcomed more than 38,000 visitors in 2021!

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Stay connected!

Stay connected!

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Michael Hoffman Distinguished Boilermaker Award

Michael Hoffman Distinguished Boilermaker Award

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Kokomo Winery Boilermaker Blend Launch

Kokomo Winery Boilermaker Blend Launch

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David and Bonnie Brunner Purdue Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex

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Marc and Sharon Hagle Historic Space Flight

Marc and Sharon Hagle Historic Space Flight

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Purdue Alumni and Air Force Members Participate in Football Flyover

Purdue Alumni and Air Force Members Participate in Football Flyover

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Mickey Kor Memorial          

Mickey Kor Memorial          

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World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day

Atlas Family Marketplace Dedication

Atlas Family Marketplace Dedication

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Old Gold and Black Dinner

Old Gold and Black Dinner

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Commencement Events and Celebrations

Commencement Events and Celebrations

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Kathie’s Porch at the Purdue Memorial Union

Kathie’s Porch at the Purdue Memorial Union

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Stay connected!

Stay connected!

The image says, "With more than 150,000 followers across 17 social media channels, we amplify Purdue and keep Boilermakers informed through memorable and impactful posts."
The image shows people in front of the Big Bass Drum

Michael Hoffman Distinguished Boilermaker Award

Michael Hoffman Distinguished Boilermaker Award

The image shows a glass of wine and a bottle of Boilermaker Blend wine

Kokomo Winery Boilermaker Blend Launch

Kokomo Winery Boilermaker Blend Launch

David and Bonnie Brunner Purdue Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex

David and Bonnie Brunner Purdue Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex

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Marc and Sharon Hagle Historic Space Flight

Marc and Sharon Hagle Historic Space Flight

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Purdue Alumni and Air Force Members Participate in Football Flyover

Purdue Alumni and Air Force Members Participate in Football Flyover

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Mickey Kor Memorial          

Mickey Kor Memorial          

The image shows the Motion P made out of gold and black hearts

World Emoji Day

World Emoji Day

Atlas Family Marketplace Dedication

Atlas Family Marketplace Dedication

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Old Gold and Black Dinner

Old Gold and Black Dinner

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Commencement Events and Celebrations

Commencement Events and Celebrations

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Kathie’s Porch at the Purdue Memorial Union

Kathie’s Porch at the Purdue Memorial Union

GET INVOLVED

We help alumni, friends, and fans deepen their ties to Purdue and to each other—personally, professionally, and intellectually. 

Alumni Clubs // Our regional clubs connect alumni, friends, and fans throughout the United States. These clubs create programming and experiences that enhance engagement in a variety of ways:
+ Social
+ Professional
+ Intellectual
+ Service
+ Scholarships and Student Recruitment

Through nearly 80 clubs, we reached more than 350,000 alumni.

In the last year, our clubs hosted more than 250 events and welcomed new groups in New Mexico, Baltimore, Huntsville, Fresno, Central New York, and Salt Lake City. Through the support of our alumni club members, we were able to award 75 scholarships totaling over $247,000.

Affinity Networks // Our affinity networks connect like-minded Boilermakers around a central purpose, mission, background, or activity beyond class affiliation, school, or regional proximity. Shared interests within the Purdue family are at the heart of these networks.

We added three new affinity networks in 2021–22, and, with the help of our volunteer leaders, organized more than 20 events that reached thousands of Purdue alumni.

Through Purdue partnerships, we created impactful programming that engaged a wide variety of alumni audiences. Popular events included alumni activities during Grand Prix Race 65; dinners in Indianapolis and Lake County that encouraged Black students to apply to Purdue; Cocktails and Conversations, a virtual Purdue Women’s Network series that connected our incredible alumnae with some of the University’s most inspiring women; and our very first Day of Unity, a free event designed to share various nuances of cultural identity through authentic alumni stories.

Investing in the Future // A Purdue for Life affinity network, the Purdue Women’s Network inspires women to recognize their individual and collective power to motivate, uplift, and connect with students, alumnae, and friends of Purdue. Harnessing the potential of every Purdue alumnae and friend, the Purdue Women’s Network endows scholarships for undergraduate women students to foster their success through their time at Purdue and beyond.

“I’ve never been the person to receive a scholarship, so the fact that I was chosen for this scholarship—I didn’t even apply—was so affirming. All of a sudden, there were people who wanted to know my story. I’m just really grateful.” Hannah Majewski // 2021 Purdue Women’s Network Scholarship Recipient

International Engagement and Alumni Travel // Purdue graduates make their mark—and show their Purdue pride—all over the world. At the Purdue for Life Foundation, we are dedicated to helping alumni explore, discover, and stay connected no matter where they want to go or where they choose to live.

Although COVID-19 restrictions meant fewer travel opportunities, we still hosted nearly 300 alumni travelers in the past year. International alumni-engagement activities resumed, including the India-Purdue Collaborative Lecture Series in Delhi and Chennai. Additionally, we hosted several international alumni receptions, bringing together alumni travelers and local alumni in cities around the world.

With a revamped website, the launch of an annual mailer, and a new travel email digest sent to 85,000 alumni every month, travel communications reach more alumni than ever before. Our alumni enjoy making connections with other Boilermaker travelers on their adventures, and our program has raised nearly $100,000 that directly supports other Purdue for Life programs.

Lifelong Learning // We believe that learning doesn’t come to an end once you have your diploma in hand. It’s a lifelong process, and the Purdue for Life Foundation is the home for personal and professional learning delivered beyond Purdue’s campus. Our lifelong learning programs allow alumni, friends, and fans the opportunity to grow, achieve, and engage with the larger Purdue family in person or online.

Our efforts to increase lifelong learning offerings have led to the creation of new partnerships with Purdue University and its affiliates as well as a redesigned website and the launch of a new email digest, which reaches more than 300,000 alumni every month.

Through our partnerships with Purdue Online, Purdue Global, Purdue Federal Credit Union, the John Martinson Honors College, and community organizations, more than 500 alumni have participated in free and low-cost webinars, workshops, and online classes in the past six months. Popular programs include Purdue Online courses in American Sign Language, data storytelling, and wine appreciation; first-time homebuyer workshops; and a livestream of Purdue’s Presidential Lecture Series.

Volunteerism // Volunteerism is an essential component of our mission, and we encourage all alumni, friends, and fans of Purdue to volunteer in ways that are meaningful to them.

Volunteering events give our alumni opportunities to stay connected with Purdue, other Boilermakers, and their own communities. Our inaugural Purdue Day of Service was held October 29 on the West Lafayette campus in support of the 1869 Tree Planting Master Plan. The event reinforced Purdue’s standing as an Arbor Day Foundation Tree Campus Higher Education institution, an honor the University has held since 2009.

In one day, 111 volunteers:
Planted 82 trees + Cleaned and mulched the entire Horticulture Park + Saved Purdue Physical Facilities staff two weeks of effort


This year, we relaunched Purdue Ties—the University’s premier networking and mentoring platform. More than 10,500 Boilermakers have joined this virtual community to post updates, share resources, request professional development help, and browse job postings. Within the platform, users can connect via mentorship, and approximately 3,000 of our members have expressed a willingness to mentor students and other alumni.

Student and Recent Graduate Programs // We prepare students for life after college by connecting them to alumni for mentoring and professional develop­ment and by organizing events that mirror the alumni engagement experience. Our signature student program is PASE, the Purdue Alumni Student Experience, which offers exclusive discounts, gear, and programming for a one-time fee.

This year, PASE hosted its eighth Mock Career Fair and welcomed 20 alumni volunteers who helped prepare more than 300 students for in-person career fairs.

PASE set a record with 2,406 new members over the past year. With 9,000 members in total, it continues to be the largest student organization at Purdue University.

We are dedicated to ensuring that all recent Purdue graduates are provided with an ever-evolving roster of programs that maximize their potential as job candidates and offer social opportunities that enhance the alumni experience.

Industry Partnerships // The Office of Industry Partnerships assumed responsibility and oversight for all academic-to-business partnerships for Purdue Global and Purdue Online. With the help of alumni and friends, we have built mutually beneficial relationships campuswide that encompass talent, research, continuing education, and more. Beyond campus, key external partners include Amazon, Eli Lilly, Rolls-Royce, Accenture, Bayer Crop Science, Elanco, Wabash, and Dow Chemical.

Retirement and Alumni Living // Alumni, friends, and fans have the opportunity to be a part of the growing neighborhood at Purdue’s Discovery Park District. Located at the edge of Purdue’s West Lafayette campus, Source offers luxurious two- and three-bedroom condos and provides alumni with a tight-knit community of innovation and togetherness. Single-family homes, townhomes, and apartments are also available.

This area is quickly transforming the face of Purdue. Along with various cutting-edge research facilities, future plans for the Discovery Park District include a hospital, retirement facility, advanced research and development facilities, restaurants, nature trails, and a vintage barn that will serve as a brewery, distillery, and events center.

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Alumni Clubs // Our regional clubs connect alumni, friends, and fans throughout the United States. These clubs create programming and experiences that enhance engagement in a variety of ways:
+ Social
+ Professional
+ Intellectual
+ Service
+ Scholarships and Student Recruitment

Through nearly 80 clubs, we reached more than 350,000 alumni.

In the last year, our clubs hosted more than 250 events and welcomed new groups in New Mexico, Baltimore, Huntsville, Fresno, Central New York, and Salt Lake City. Through the support of our alumni club members, we were able to award 75 scholarships totaling over $247,000.

Affinity Networks // Our affinity networks connect like-minded Boilermakers around a central purpose, mission, background, or activity beyond class affiliation, school, or regional proximity. Shared interests within the Purdue family are at the heart of these networks.

We added three new affinity networks in 2021–22, and, with the help of our volunteer leaders, organized more than 20 events that reached thousands of Purdue alumni.

Through Purdue partnerships, we created impactful programming that engaged a wide variety of alumni audiences. Popular events included alumni activities during Grand Prix Race 65; dinners in Indianapolis and Lake County that encouraged Black students to apply to Purdue; Cocktails and Conversations, a virtual Purdue Women’s Network series that connected our incredible alumnae with some of the University’s most inspiring women; and our very first Day of Unity, a free event designed to share various nuances of cultural identity through authentic alumni stories.

Investing in the Future // A Purdue for Life affinity network, the Purdue Women’s Network inspires women to recognize their individual and collective power to motivate, uplift, and connect with students, alumnae, and friends of Purdue. Harnessing the potential of every Purdue alumnae and friend, the Purdue Women’s Network endows scholarships for undergraduate women students to foster their success through their time at Purdue and beyond.

“I’ve never been the person to receive a scholarship, so the fact that I was chosen for this scholarship—I didn’t even apply—was so affirming. All of a sudden, there were people who wanted to know my story. I’m just really grateful.” Hannah Majewski // 2021 Purdue Women’s Network Scholarship Recipient

International Engagement and Alumni Travel // Purdue graduates make their mark—and show their Purdue pride—all over the world. At the Purdue for Life Foundation, we are dedicated to helping alumni explore, discover, and stay connected no matter where they want to go or where they choose to live.

Although COVID-19 restrictions meant fewer travel opportunities, we still hosted nearly 300 alumni travelers in the past year. International alumni-engagement activities resumed, including the India-Purdue Collaborative Lecture Series in Delhi and Chennai. Additionally, we hosted several international alumni receptions, bringing together alumni travelers and local alumni in cities around the world.

With a revamped website, the launch of an annual mailer, and a new travel email digest sent to 85,000 alumni every month, travel communications reach more alumni than ever before. Our alumni enjoy making connections with other Boilermaker travelers on their adventures, and our program has raised nearly $100,000 that directly supports other Purdue for Life programs.

Lifelong Learning // We believe that learning doesn’t come to an end once you have your diploma in hand. It’s a lifelong process, and the Purdue for Life Foundation is the home for personal and professional learning delivered beyond Purdue’s campus. Our lifelong learning programs allow alumni, friends, and fans the opportunity to grow, achieve, and engage with the larger Purdue family in person or online.

Our efforts to increase lifelong learning offerings have led to the creation of new partnerships with Purdue University and its affiliates as well as a redesigned website and the launch of a new email digest, which reaches more than 300,000 alumni every month.

Through our partnerships with Purdue Online, Purdue Global, Purdue Federal Credit Union, the John Martinson Honors College, and community organizations, more than 500 alumni have participated in free and low-cost webinars, workshops, and online classes in the past six months. Popular programs include Purdue Online courses in American Sign Language, data storytelling, and wine appreciation; first-time homebuyer workshops; and a livestream of Purdue’s Presidential Lecture Series.

Volunteerism // Volunteerism is an essential component of our mission, and we encourage all alumni, friends, and fans of Purdue to volunteer in ways that are meaningful to them.

Volunteering events give our alumni opportunities to stay connected with Purdue, other Boilermakers, and their own communities. Our inaugural Purdue Day of Service was held October 29 on the West Lafayette campus in support of the 1869 Tree Planting Master Plan. The event reinforced Purdue’s standing as an Arbor Day Foundation Tree Campus Higher Education institution, an honor the University has held since 2009.

In one day, 111 volunteers:
Planted 82 trees + Cleaned and mulched the entire Horticulture Park + Saved Purdue Physical Facilities staff two weeks of effort


This year, we relaunched Purdue Ties—the University’s premier networking and mentoring platform. More than 10,500 Boilermakers have joined this virtual community to post updates, share resources, request professional development help, and browse job postings. Within the platform, users can connect via mentorship, and approximately 3,000 of our members have expressed a willingness to mentor students and other alumni.

Student and Recent Graduate Programs // We prepare students for life after college by connecting them to alumni for mentoring and professional develop­ment and by organizing events that mirror the alumni engagement experience. Our signature student program is PASE, the Purdue Alumni Student Experience, which offers exclusive discounts, gear, and programming for a one-time fee.

This year, PASE hosted its eighth Mock Career Fair and welcomed 20 alumni volunteers who helped prepare more than 300 students for in-person career fairs.

PASE set a record with 2,406 new members over the past year. With 9,000 members in total, it continues to be the largest student organization at Purdue University.

We are dedicated to ensuring that all recent Purdue graduates are provided with an ever-evolving roster of programs that maximize their potential as job candidates and offer social opportunities that enhance the alumni experience.

Industry Partnerships // The Office of Industry Partnerships assumed responsibility and oversight for all academic-to-business partnerships for Purdue Global and Purdue Online. With the help of alumni and friends, we have built mutually beneficial relationships campuswide that encompass talent, research, continuing education, and more. Beyond campus, key external partners include Amazon, Eli Lilly, Rolls-Royce, Accenture, Bayer Crop Science, Elanco, Wabash, and Dow Chemical.

Retirement and Alumni Living // Alumni, friends, and fans have the opportunity to be a part of the growing neighborhood at Purdue’s Discovery Park District. Located at the edge of Purdue’s West Lafayette campus, Source offers luxurious two- and three-bedroom condos and provides alumni with a tight-knit community of innovation and togetherness. Single-family homes, townhomes, and apartments are also available.

This area is quickly transforming the face of Purdue. Along with various cutting-edge research facilities, future plans for the Discovery Park District include a hospital, retirement facility, advanced research and development facilities, restaurants, nature trails, and a vintage barn that will serve as a brewery, distillery, and events center.

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GIVE BACK

We help alumni, friends, and fans extend Purdue’s impact so that we can build a better world together.

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