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HAMMOND | After 17 years, John Tomera decided to go back to school. Ten years after that, Tomera still revels like a college student every "Black Wednesday."
HAMMOND | Purdue University Chancellor Thomas Keon announced Thursday that 12 faculty would take a retirement incentive package, seven would be laid off and the review process will continue with more cuts expected.
While no Scarborough Fair, Purdue University Calumet has plenty of parsley, sage and thyme.
HAMMOND | Due to decreasing enrollment at Purdue University Calumet’s off-site Academic Learning Center in Merrillville, the university announced Wednesday it will not offer classes this fall at the facility.
HAMMOND | Applying for financial aid to attend college is not complex.
HAMMOND | Purdue University Calumet’s fall semester Dean’s List recognized 1,645 undergraduate students for their academic achievement.
The Purdue University board of trustees recently authorized a $2,000 per year fee increase for international students enrolled at the West Lafayette campus.
HAMMOND | Jan. 20 is the deadline to register for a course offered at Purdue University Calumet to prepare engineers and engineering students for the upcoming Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) professional engineering licensure exam.
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