The International Programs Office wishes farewell and good luck to Dr. Judith Pennywell, who has accepted a new position at the University of Miami.read more ...
Coming to a new country can be overwhelming experience, but finding your way from the airport to your new home can be an interesting and smooth ride!read more ... IPO Airport Pick-Ups: Welcoming students at O’Hare Airport
Christmas is a time of sharing with others, and our international students have something very special to share - their culture. Read a blog post by our Graduate Assistant Nevenka Stefanovska about an interesting visit of our staff and volunteers to the Christmas event at John Woods Elementary School.read more ... Our students share the Christmas traditions.
After a semester full of hard work, grammar, writing, listening /speaking, academic study, comprehension and lots of practice, our hardworking students deserve a celebration in style.read more ... ELP End of Semester Party in full swing
"Purdue University continues to have the second-largest international student population among U.S. public universities and is fourth overall, according to a report released Nov. 12 by the Institute of International Education. Purdue University Calumet in Hammond has 659 international students enrolled, representing nearly 40 nations." See some of our students in the following article:read more ... We are again featured in the news!
Our job in providing a good environment for International Students coming to Purdue Calumet is being recognized by the Post-Tribune! See some of our students being featured in this article:read more ... PUC provides good environment for international students!
Are you ready for International Education Week 2012? We have a full week of events here on campus! Take a look at the schedule here:read more ... International Education Week 2012 - Going Global at PUC
We at the PUC International Programs Office do everything big! And that certainly applies to everyone’s favorite scary holiday – Halloween.
We made sure our international students and our American friends had a chance to participate in all the traditional activities as part of their American cultural experience: trick-or-treating (ok, not really, but candy WAS involved), jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin carving, costumes, haunted house visits and scary stories.
Here is a brief overview of the programs our office organized for this occasion:read more ... October week of Fear at IPO!
On August 15 and 16, we hosted an orientation session for new international students at Purdue Calumet. Based on the years of experience working with international students, we know exactly what you may be going through and what kind of advice you may need. We carefully selected topics and themes that we know will help new international PUC students adjust to the US culture: from opening a bank account and buying a phone, through academic regulations and staying safe, help with transportation issues, money saving tips, and doing anything we can to help you adjust to your new life.read more ... IPO helps international students adjust to American Culture!
Hello and welcome to the new International Programs Office blog!
Most of topics that we will be covering here will be told though the personal experiences of our international students at Purdue University Calumet.read more ... Welcome!