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Purdue for Life Foundation

Giant leaps are underway!

Across our campus, giant leaps forward—made possible in large part through the generosity of Boilermakers like you—are underway.

The Purdue for Life Foundation is pulling back the curtain on five future facilities. We hope you enjoy these special sneak peeks!

A Home for Our Heartbeat: Hagle Hall

Purdue Bands & Orchestras will take us on a tour of their 36,000-square-foot future home. We’ll get the first-ever glimpse inside the percussion studio, a small rehearsal room, and the new administrative suite, and we’ll highlight special opportunities for Purdue alumni and friends to make an impact.

The future of this growing department could not be brighter, and with your help, their dream of a new home will soon be a reality.

Learn more

rendering of hagel hall

David and Bonnie Brunner Purdue Veterinary Medical Hospital Complex

A major transformation and expansion, including critical improvements at the teaching hospital, is underway for our College of Veterinary Medicine.

This new complex, which includes small animal, farm animal, and equine hospitals, will redefine both the student and client experience and launch our University into the next generation of veterinary medicine—and you can help make it happen.

two people attending to a horse

Gateway Complex – Dudley Hall and Lambertus Hall

Together, the College of Engineering and Purdue Polytechnic Institute are forging into the future, erecting the largest building ever constructed on our campus: the 145,000-square-foot Gateway Complex.

Today’s engineers and technologists require state-of-the-art resources, laboratories, and training to prepare them for tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities. Purdue is making history once again, and you’re invited to become a vital part of it.

rendering of the gateway complex building

Proposed Nursing and Pharmacy Education Building

Housing two outstanding programs—which have recently doubled in size—this building will equip our nursing and pharmacy students to meet the ever-evolving needs of health care.

Facility features include classrooms outfitted for innovative teaching, an interdisciplinary simulation center, and space for interprofessional education. Your generosity will support our transformative nursing and pharmacy education programs.

rendering of the nursing and pharmacy building

Purdue Memorial Union Ground Floor Renovation

The cornerstone of campus will soon have additional dining and retail offerings as well as more space for students to collaborate and host events. In fact, more than 63,000 square feet are being enhanced.

You won’t want to miss this in-depth look at what will be new and the many historical elements that will remain to preserve the rich history of this remarkable facility. This renovation will make a significant impact on our campus and community for decades to come. We hope you’ll help make it possible.

rendering of the union stained glass window feature

To watch more videos related to current and future facilities, visit our YouTube channel.