Learning Opportunities and Activities During COVID-19

During this period of COVID-19 self-isolation, Purdue for Life is your gateway to online academic classes as well as online enrichment classes and activities. Check out the offerings below!

Steps to Leaps
From Purdue Recreation & Wellness, Virtual RecWell offers video classes on group fitness, wellness, and cooking aimed at building strong bodies and minds. Additional virtual programs include personal training, financial wellness, ESPORTS tournaments, and more. Offered as part of Purdue’s Steps to Leaps initiative.

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Purdue videos
Purdue faculty from a variety of disciplines offer their expertise in videos that inform and better prepare the public to safely and successfully respond to life during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game
“Take Me Out to the Ball Game: 150 Years,” a video-based class presented by the Purdue Alumni Association and Purdue University Global.

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing
New course: “COVID-19 Contact Tracing.” Registration open through September 30.

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From the Purdue family to yours: Story Time

Settle in with the kids and a good book!

The Little Engine That Could

Brought to you by Purdue Athletics


“Sparks of Imagination” brought to you by Purdue Football

Pete and Squirrel’s Big Adventure, Library Mouse, and more

Brought to you by the College of Education

About the Purdue for Life Foundation

Established in March 2020, the Purdue for Life Foundation encompasses the Purdue Alumni Association; the University Development Office, which includes President’s Council and the John Purdue Club; and alumni lifetime learning programs.

Our mission: to deepen alumni ties to the University and to drive and coordinate all alumni-related activities across the Purdue family’s post-graduation lives, while also working with alumni and friends to garner support for the institution.

On May 5, President Mitch Daniels sent this video message about how the University is planning to protect the Boilermaker family—students, faculty, and staff—this fall.  For the latest updates and messages from Purdue about the COVID-19 pandemic, visit this link.

‪An update on Purdue Athletics from Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Mike Bobinski (April 9).