Living & Learning through Pathway to Purdue

All students in the Pathway to Purdue Agriculture program are automatically registered for the Pathway to Purdue Agriculture Learning Community.

The Learning Community ties together classroom learning with out-of-class experiences while being supported by your faculty. You also have the opportunity to participate in a residential aspect of the Learning Community, as all Pathway to Purdue students who live on campus will live together in the UR Boiler Apartments or Hawkins Hall. You will participate in classes together, get to know one another, learn about the resources available to you at Purdue University and Ivy Tech Community College, and have the opportunity to go on some exciting trips! Living together will also give you the opportunity to form study groups, interact with faculty where you live, and have additional resources in faculty fellows as well as a resident assistant.

  As a member of the Pathway to Purdue Agriculture Learning Community living on campus at Purdue University, you will be assigned to the UR Boiler Apartments located at 333 South Grant Street and 410 Steely Street or Hawkins Hall located at 430 Wood Street.

  A HOUSING CONTRACT must be signed by the new student housing contract deadline May 5 at 11:59 PM EDT. More information about University Residences can be found online at

  While each apartment unit has a full kitchen, you will also have the option to purchase a Meal Plan to eat in any of the Purdue Dining & Catering facilities, (see "Residential Dining and Meal Plans" for choices and details).

  If you have questions regarding this process, please contact Learning Communities (765) 494-2020 or