Admitted Student Next Steps – Summer Enrollment
As a student admitted for the Summer semester, below are your next steps to accept your offer and enroll at Purdue. Click on each step for more detail.
myPurdue is the online portal through which you will conduct business with the University now and once you are enrolled. Your portal provides a "new student task list" and indicates when you have completed the necessary steps to enroll. To gain access to your myPurdue portal, you must activate your online career account via the account activation website. You will need your Purdue University ID (PUID) number and your career account setup password, both of which were provided in your admission offer letter.
Accept your admission offer. Students admitted before May 1 to begin in the summer term must accept their offer by May 15. Students admitted after May 1 have three weeks (or until the start of the term) to accept. A nonrefundable $400 deposit will be required to accept your offer. The deposit will be applied toward first-semester fees and the housing contract fee (if you contract with University Residences).
File the 2019-20 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available now. We strongly recommend that you use the FAFSA's data retrieval tool to transfer your IRS tax information directly into your FAFSA.
March 1 is Purdue's priority FAFSA deadline for the 2019-20 academic year, which includes Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 sessions.
May 5 is the priority deadline to apply for Learning Communities. Spaces are limited and placement announcements are made in early June.
Prior to course registration, you will be required to demonstrate your ability to succeed in math. SAT and ACT math scores as well as Purdue's ALEKS math assessment are among the resources your academic advisor can use to determine whether you are academically prepared to succeed in the first math course required for your major's plan of study. The Math Department website provides information about the ACT, SAT or ALEKS scores necessary for placement in various math courses.
You may refer to the University Catalog to find your major's plan of study. If your ACT or SAT math score is not high enough for placement in your required math course, you may take the free, online ALEKS assessment (accessible via myPurdue prior to your registration period). Alternatively, you may take a Purdue math course for which your ACT or SAT score qualifies you and that serves as a prerequisite for your required math course.
Fee statements will be sent to your @purdue.edu email address and accessible through myPurdue.
Summer Transition, Advising and Registration (STAR) is the required summer registration program for new students. It's held on campus on multiple dates in June and July. STAR registration will be available beginning December 12, via myPurdue, to students who have accepted their admission offer. International students will have the ability to attend Virtual STAR.
Purdue requires final grades from any coursework completed prior to enrollment, and it is your responsibility to ensure we receive official, final transcripts. Final high school transcripts must include confirmation of graduation.
Also, if you provided self-reported ACT or SAT test scores on your admission application, you must provide official scores from the testing agencies.
Keep in mind that all admission offers are conditional, based upon the expectation that students will maintain the academic and personal conduct standards upon which they were admitted. The University reserves the right to rescind an admission offer if an individual's circumstances warrant.