Purdue University Fort Wayne is located in Indiana’s second-largest city and offers a traditional campus experience within a thriving metropolitan setting. As part of the venerable Purdue University system, students earn undergraduate and graduate degrees from one of the most trusted and prestigious brands in higher education. PFW combines challenging academic programs with student-centered flexibility at an affordable price. The university's exemplary standards in teaching and research provide unparalleled value for career preparation and professional development in an ever-changing global market. The university's commitment to service makes it an economic, cultural and societal leader in the region. PFW is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access University accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. With more than 10,200 students and almost 325 full-time faculty members, Purdue Fort Wayne is perfectly sized to offer small classes and individualized attention, yet large enough to have all the attributes of a major research university. Fort Wayne, Indiana's second-largest city, is noted for its friendliness, culture and cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is strategically located near the large cities of Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan and Indianapolis, Indiana. Known as the city of the three rivers, you can enjoy biking, hiking or walking along the beautiful Fort Wayne River greenway. You can also partake in festivals such as the Three Rivers Festival and the Johnny Appleseed Festival.
"PFW student housing features fully furnished apartments with private bedrooms, high-speed Internet, cable television, full-sized kitchens, laundry rooms, beautiful grounds and lots of activities. Other amenities include a computer lab, fitness center, and lounge with a large screen TV.
Off-campus housing is also available at three apartment complexes within walking distance of campus."
- More than 100 student clubs and organizations.
- On-campus recreational facilities including a bookstore, library, the Gates Sports Center, Heath & Wellness Clinic and the Center for Academic Support and Advancement.
- NCAA Division I and intramural sports teams are available for men and women.