On-Campus Groups & Resources
Division of Diversity and Inclusion: Purdue's Division of Diversity and Inclusion serves to create and sustain a welcoming campus where all students can excel, to increase and retain the diverse makeup of the student body, faculty and staff at Purdue, and to prepare all students to thrive in Purdue's diverse, global environment. Information is also provided through the Diversity Resource Office.
Office of Institutional Equity: The university's Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) supports Purdue University's mission to promote human and intellectual diversity by providing equal access and opportunity through fostering an inclusive environment for all members of the University community.
Cultural and Resource Centers: Purdue University offers resources for a variety of ethnic, cultural and sexual identity backgrounds such as the Black Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, Native American Educational and Cultural Center, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center, and others. Visit the Division of Diversity and Inclusion website to learn more about Purdue's other Cultural and Resource Centers.
Veterans Success Center: The university's Veterans Success Center (VSC) provides an array of resources and support for veteran students and those still serving in the military, as well as their dependents. The VSC also serves as an on-ramp to navigating and accessing military-related education benefits. Learn more about how Krannert supports students from military service backgrounds.
International Classroom: Purdue University is annually ranked among the top institutions for International Student Enrollment Among U.S. Public Institutions and is a top STEM University for International Students, which makes the Purdue campus one of the most globally diverse environments in higher education. Krannert reflects this global diversity with a typical cohort consisting of students with origins from 25-30 different countries. Learn more about Krannert's International Classroom.
Business School Resources: Krannert also offers direct support for students of all backgrounds through the Dr. Cornell A. Bell Business Opportunity Program and Jane Brock Wilson Center for Women in Management.
Student Organizations: Students can also get involved with a variety of student organizations that support diversity both within the Krannert School of Management and across the broader Purdue University community. Examples include the Asian Business Club, Krannert Graduate Society of Black Managers (KGSBM), Graduate Women In Business, Krannert Outsource, and many others.