Once you complete the Purdue 101 module during All Aboard Purdue and set up your Purdue email, you will hear from the Daniels School Advising Office about who your advisor is and how to set up your first meeting with them. They will also be listed on your myPurduePlan and in BoilerConnect once the semester begins.
No. When you meet with your advisor, you will submit your schedule requests for the semester. Your official schedule with days, times, and professors will be posted on myPurdue. Communication from the Daniels School will be sent to all undergraduate students before schedules post, please monitor your Purdue email
You can view how your AP credits transfer into Purdue here
. For IB credit view here
, for A-levels view here
. To see how dual credit courses transfer to Purdue, you can check on your transcript in myPurdue under the Academics tab, or use the transfer equivalency guide here
You can view all the majors offered in the Daniels School here. Please note, the Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) program is restricted to students who are admitted to the program directly.
The advising office is located on the third floor of the Krannert (KRAN) Building. You can view a campus map here.
We recommend monitoring your Purdue email to stay on top of any tasks and information that will be helpful as you prepare to start your time as a Boilermaker! Purdue also provides a pre-arrival checklist with items to complete prior to starting the Fall semester. You can access the list in Brightspace when it is released (typically early July).
The Daniels School and Purdue offer a variety of different opportunities to help students their first year in college. Business 101 is an online Brightspace module created by advisors to help students find information about campus organizations and resources.
If you are concerned about your academic transition to Purdue, talk with your advisor about enrolling in a study skills course your first semester. The Daniels School also offers a 1 credit hour course to help students adjust: MGMT 100. Accounting students will take MGMT 197.