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Taking online or on-campus courses during summer allows high school students age 16 and older to experience college life by completing coursework alongside current undergraduate students.
You also may explain any special circumstances applicable to your background and elaborate on your scholarly publications, awards, achievements, abilities, and/or professional history.
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Students have access to more than 500 courses across academic disciplines during Summer Session so there's no better time to get a jumpstart on your college experience!
Learn more about Summer College for High School students.Purdue’s Veterans Success Center (VSC) provides an array of resources and support for veteran students and those still serving in the military, as well as their dependents.In addition to providing a physical space in the Purdue Memorial Union where students can gather, the VSC serves as an on-ramp to navigating and accessing military-related education benefits.For more information, visit the Purdue Dual Credit webpage.For 50000- or 60000-level classes, you should apply through the Purdue Graduate School.If you're just beginning in this program, you'll complete Purdue's non-degree application.If you're a current Pathway student who is ready to transfer to Purdue, you should apply as a transfer student, rather than non-degree. International citizens in the United States on F-2 visas must visit the Office of International Students and Scholars before applying as Pathway to Purdue Agriculture students.International citizens in the United States on F-2 visas must visit the Office of International Students and Scholars before applying as non-degree students.If you have recently been denied admission to Purdue, you cannot be admitted as a non-degree student.Information about the program and admission requirements is available on the Veterinary Nursing Distance Learning website.500 words, concerning your purpose for undertaking or continuing graduate study, your reasons for wanting to study at Purdue, and your research interests, professional plans, and career goals.