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For the main campus, see Purdue University.


The Purdue University system is a public university system within the U.S. State of Indiana that is anchored by the main campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana that is a public land-grant university. With more than 18,000 acres (7,300 hectares) and over 70,000 students, it is one of the largest university systems in the United States and includes six campuses of various sizes and a statewide technology college, as well as extension centers and continuing education programs. The main campus of Purdue University is particularly noted for its engineering, agriculture, and business administration programs, which consistently rank among the very best in the country and the world. From this heritage and reputation, Purdue University operates degree programs systemwide in its areas of technical, scientific, and industrial expertise.

Purdue West Lafayette

Purdue University’s main and largest campus is a public land-grant university located in West Lafayette, Indiana on the banks of the Wabash River. This main campus in West Lafayette anchors the Purdue University system statewide, which comprises regional campuses, satellite technology-training centers, and county agricultural extension offices.

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Regional campuses

Purdue University operates two 'feeder' campuses, where most undergraduate students are intended to complete their degrees at the main West Lafayette campus: Purdue Calumet...
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