Purdue University

Purdue University is home of the Purdue Boilermakers, member of Big Ten Conference, nine men's, and nine women's Division I NCAA teams which include football, basketball, cross country, tennis, wrestling, golf, volleyball and others.  Sports facilities include Lambert Field, Lambert Fieldhouse, Mackey Arena, Rankin Track & Field, Ross-Ade Stadium, Brick Boilermaker Golf Complex, Boilermaker Aquatic Center, Intercollegiate Athletic Facility IAF, the Varisty Cross Country Course, Varsity Soccer Complex, Softball Complex, and the Indianapolis Tennis Center on the Indianapolis campus.

Purdue is noted for its aerospace program.  Over the past ten years, Purdue’s School of Aeronautics and Astronautics has awarded more aerospace engineering degrees than any other institution in the country, issuing 6% of all undergraduate degrees and 7% of all Ph.D. degrees.

Another prominent feature of the campus is the Edward C. Elliot Hall of Music performing arts center.

Purdue University main campus is located in West Lafayette, Indiana (126 miles southeast of Chicago, 65 miles northwest of Indianapolis). Statewide university system includes five campuses and numerous teaching and research sites. 

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