Visiting the College of Pharmacy
Visitors to the College are welcome. However, in order for your visit to be optimally informative and productive, arrangements for your visit should be made in advance by contacting the appropriate office as indicated below.
The Visitor Information Center maintains a set of directions to Purdue University on the web. These directions will take you to either the Visitor Information Center or the Visitor Parking Garage. Print a copy of this map and use it to navigate from either of these two locations to the College of Pharmacy. We are in the building labeled "RHPH" (for the Robert Heine Pharmacy building), located in grid F5 on the map. A map of the entire campus is also available. You may also wish to consult the University's list of construction and travel alerts.
Prospective undergraduate and professional program students
Contact Holly W. Keckler, Associate Director for Recruitment, Office of Student Services:
Phone: (765) 496-7381
Prospective undergraduate and professional students who are interested in visiting the College and learning about programs for minorities are urged to contact the Office of Multicultural Programs to arrange for their visit.
Transfer students should contact T. Patrick George.
Prospective graduate students
Generally, you should contact the graduate program in which you are interested. The College's graduate programs are administered by the three departments in the College - Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, and Pharmacy Practice. Additionally, some of the faculty in the College participate in some of the University's interdisciplinary graduate programs, which can be contacted directly. Detailed information about graduate programs in the College and related interdisciplinary programs is available.
If you have difficulty contacting a department or program, you may contact Janine Mott, Administrative Assistant for Graduate Affairs:
Phone: (765) 494-1362
Alumni and Supporters of the College
Contact the Office of Advancement.
Watch our alumni news and events page for information about alumni activities.
Generally, you should contact the individual researcher or department in the College which you are interested in visiting. For more detailed information about research in the College, see our research pages.
If you have difficulty contacting an individual or department, or your interests span the entire College, you may contact Eric Barker, Associate Dean for Research.