Purdue University North Central (PNC) is a regional campus of Purdue University, located in Westville, Indiana. In 1962, the permanent campus of Purdue University North Central was created after Purdue’s extension sites continued to experience growth throughout the area. PNC now serves over 4,000 students, offering two master’s degree programs, over twenty bachelor’s and associate degrees, and various courses that enable PNC’s students to continue education amongst other campuses within the Purdue University system. The university upholds the three pillars of Learning, Discovery and Engagement, providing its students with access to high-quality education, information, economic development and culture. Purdue University North Central’s website>>
The goal PNC’s Center for Service Learning & Leadership (CSLL) is to provide an outlet for students to engage in activities that promote academic success and civic responsibility. The Center enables students to participate in experiential learning as well as community engagement opportunities. In collaboration with departments campus-wide and organizations within the PNC community, students can take part in service learning projects embedded within courses, community service opportunities and leadership programs. Learn more about the Center for Service Learning & Leadership>>
Students at PNC take part in countless activities revolving around community engagement. CSLL is constantly providing new information about community service and volunteer opportunities that appeal to a diverse range of charitable interests. PNC also hosts special events to enhance students’ service-learning and leadership skills, such as Alternative Break, Day of Caring, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and various conferences and workshops.