|Local students participate in summer program at Purdue University|
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|Written by Purdue News Service|
|Friday, 24 August 2012 11:17|
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN (08/20/2012)(readMedia)-- Local students took the first step in becoming Boilermakers by participating in the annual STAR program at Purdue University's West Lafayette campus.
The participants included:
Lauren Zust of Bettendorf, IA
Madison Schmid of Bettendorf, IA
Summer Transition, Advising and Registration (STAR) is Purdue's program for new undergraduate students to receive academic advice and create their initial course schedule. Incoming students select their one-day STAR session and come to Purdue's West Lafayette campus to conduct this and other important business.
Purdue University is a vast laboratory for discovery. The university is known not only for science, technology, engineering and math programs, but also for our imagination, ingenuity and innovation. It's a place for those who seek a first-class education balanced by the drive to make their ideas real.
Founded in 1869 in West Lafayette, Indiana, the university proudly serves its state as well as the nation and the world. Academically, Purdue's role as a major research institution is supported by top-ranking disciplines in pharmacy, business, engineering and agriculture. More than 39,000 students are enrolled here. All 50 states and 130 countries are represented. Add about 850 student organizations and Big Ten Boilermaker athletics, and you get a college atmosphere that's without rival.
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