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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I reset my user name and password?
Use the “Forgot My Password” link on the sign-in page or contact Technical Support.
- Does Purdue Global accept transfer credits?
Yes. We accept eligible transfer credits from regionally and nationally accredited colleges and universities that are applicable to your specific program. While completing your application, you'll have an opportunity to indicate whether you have prior college or college-equivalent credits. Please see the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment policy.
- How long does it take to complete the application?
Approximately 20 minutes.
- What documents do I need to complete the application?
No documents are needed to complete the application. However, you may be required to submit documents for enrollment (e.g. transcripts, FAFSA, etc.).
- Can I save my application?
Yes, you can save your progress by clicking the “Save and Continue” button located at the bottom of each page. Only pages that have been completed in full can be saved. When you are ready to come back to your saved application, use your user name and password to log back in and make updates.
- I'm not 18 yet; can I still enroll?
Yes, students 17 and younger can enroll at Purdue University Global. However, both you and your parent/guardian will be required to sign your enrollment agreement.
- I've completed my application and have signed the enrollment agreement. What’s next?
Your Admissions Advisor will be notified once you have completed and signed your enrollment agreement and will reach out to walk you through the next steps. You can contact your Admissions Advisor with questions at any point in the process.
Some Purdue Global programs are not 100% online; some programs require you to gain hands-on experience in a real-world work environment. Contact an Admissions Advisor for additional information.
Purdue Global cannot guarantee transferability of credit. See the University Catalog for the Prior Learning Assessment policy.
Three-Week Trial: Classes count toward a degree if satisfactorily completed. No credits are earned if the student withdraws during the introductory period (3 weeks for new qualifying undergraduate students), which begins day one of the first term. Students who choose to continue their studies at Purdue Global will need to meet specific requirements. Graduate programs not included. Additional terms may apply to international and non-U.S. citizen students. For further information, see the University Catalog.
Purdue Global cannot guarantee employment or career advancement.
Entrance Exams: Refer to the University Catalog for program-specific requirements.
Purdue Graduates Source: Purdue Alumni Association, March 2020.