Purdue Diversity Resources

Academic Tutoring Resources

Purdue has a wide variety of ways to help students succeed in the classroom.  Here you will have access to the schedule of free tutoring services.

Link: http://www.purdue.edu/studentsuccess/academic/

 

Student Success

The Student Success at Purdue department, a division of the Office of the Provost, empowers and inspires all students to embrace a sense of life-long learning by providing nationally-recognized, student-centered, pre-college preparation and college success initiatives and services. These initiatives assist students in their preparation for, transition into, and success in a college environment. The department’s various interconnected programs assist students in progressive stages of development; and have as their ultimate goals an increased rate of student degree completion, future employment or study, dedicated citizenship, and responsible leadership in the state, nation, and world.

 

Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center

The Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center (AAARCC) provides dynamic educational resources for the Purdue community and the Lafayette-West Lafayette community. Since joining Purdue in April 2015 the AAARCC has opened its doors to all and seeks to remain as a source of education, integration, and support. Programs and events will be constantly evolving to meet the ever-changing needs of the campus community. Our space is committed to preserving, advancing, and connecting the rich diversity here at Purdue to offer an exciting global experience for all.

 

Black Cultural Center

The Purdue Black Cultural Center is a vibrant element of campus life offering a wealth of programs and services for the West Lafayette campus and Greater Lafayette community. The BCC brings together the wonderful diversity of the Purdue family by nurturing and presenting the rich heritage of the African American experience through art, history and cultural understanding. The BCC fosters student learning and success. We host intellectually stimulating lecturers, seminars and culturally relevant workshops. The BCC sponsors student performing arts in dance, drama, choral music and creative writing. The library and computer lab at the BCC are available to promote personal growth and development.

 

Latino Cultural Center

The Latino Cultural Center at Purdue University serves as a resource to Latinos/as to celebrate and enhance understanding of the Latino culture through history, accomplishments, growth, and empowerment. In serving this mission, the LCC strives to build a community for Latino/a Boilermakers and alumni to share their ideas and experiences to enhance cultural awareness to the Purdue University campus and beyond. The LCC strives to provide leadership through programs that enhance advocacy, values, and customs that will lead to the continued recruitment, retention, and graduation of Latino/a students. Through these efforts, the LCC is committed to helping Latino/a students develop the leadership skills needed to take into their communities to promote and share the Latino culture. Overall, the LCC serves the entire student body, faculty/staff, alumni, and friends to share, educate, and enhance Latino/a culture.

 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Center provides programming that engages the entire Purdue University campus and community on LGBTQ issues through an exciting calendar of events, a distinguished lecture series, advocacy for equitable access and a discrimination-free environment, and facilitation of a variety of training opportunities throughout the year.

 

Native American Educational and Cultural Center

Many tribal nations represented at the Native American Educational and Cultural Center! The NAECC is home to Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiian students, faculty, and staff representing over 45 tribal nations at Purdue. Established in 2007 through student and campus advocacy, the NAECC provides educational opportunities for the West Lafayette campus and greater Lafayette community to learn about Indigenous cultures. The NAECC is instrumental in nurturing student learning and success as they reach their academic goals.

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