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Communities throughout the state offered their facilities and money to bid for the location of the new college. Popular proposals included the addition of an agriculture department at Indiana State University or at what is now Butler University. On May 6, , the General Assembly established the institution in Tippecanoe County as Purdue University, in the name of the principal benefactor. Classes began at Purdue on September 16, , with six instructors and 39 students.

Rather than emulate the classical universities, White believed Purdue should be an "industrial college" and devote its resources toward providing a liberal or broad education with an emphasis on science, technology, and agriculture.

He intended not only to prepare students for industrial work, but also to prepare them to be good citizens and family members. Smart , is remembered for his call in to rebuild the original Heavilon Hall "one brick higher" after it had been destroyed by a fire.

President Benjamin Harrison was serving on the board of trustees. The School of Agriculture was sharing its research with farmers throughout the state with its cooperative extension services and would undergo a period of growth over the following two decades. Programs in education and home economics were soon established, as well as a short-lived school of medicine. By Purdue had the largest undergraduate engineering enrollment in the country, a status it would keep for half a century.

Elliott oversaw a campus building program between the world wars. Inventor, alumnus, and trustee David E. Ross coordinated several fundraisers, donated lands to the university, and was instrumental in establishing the Purdue Research Foundation. In , the Purdue Research Foundation provided the funds for the Lockheed Electra E Earhart flew on her attempted round-the-world flight. University Hall Every school and department at the university was involved in some type of military research or training during World War II.

Bill , first-year classes were taught at some of these sites to alleviate the demand for campus space. Four of these sites are now degree-granting regional campuses of the Purdue University system. Hovde and Indiana Governor Ralph F. A decade-long construction program emphasized science and research. In the late s and early s the university established programs in veterinary medicine, industrial management, and nursing, as well as the first computer science department in the United States.

Purdue awarded its first Bachelor of Arts degrees in Consisting of elements from emblems that had been used unofficially for 73 years, the current seal depicts a griffin , symbolizing strength, and a three-part shield, representing education, research, and service.

President Ronald Reagan visited the West Lafayette campus to give a speech about the influence of technological progress on job creation.

State Street, which is concurrent with State Road 26 , divides the northern and southern portions of campus. Academic buildings are mostly concentrated on the eastern and southern parts of campus, with residence halls and intramural fields to the west, and athletic facilities to the north.

The Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation CityBus operates eight campus loop bus routes on which students, faculty, and staff can ride free of charge with Purdue Identification. Also known as the Purdue Spine, due to its proximity to several important academic buildings, it was created to connect the academic campus with Ross-Ade Stadium. It is known as the Engineering Mall, due to its proximity to several engineering buildings.

Hovde Hall of Administration, which houses the office of the university president, Mitchell E. The Bell Tower is considered an icon of the university and can be found on many Purdue logos and those of the cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette.

Southwest of the Stadium Mall is the Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music , one of the largest proscenium theaters in the world. Purdue Memorial Union Union Club. The Memorial Mall also features the Hello Walk.

Near this section of campus is Felix Haas Hall, which was constructed in as Memorial Gymnasium in memory of the 17 Purdue University football players, coaches, alumni, and fans who perished in the Purdue Wreck railroad accident on October 31, The structure was renovated in to house the Computer Science department.

In , it was renamed in honor of retired Provost Felix Haas and began to also house the Statistics department. University Hall is the only building remaining from the original six-building campus. Construction began in , when the building was known as "The Main Building". University Hall originally housed the office of the president, a chapel, and classrooms, but was remodeled in to house only the department of history and classrooms used by the School of Liberal Arts.

At the request of John Purdue , he was buried in the Memorial Mall, directly across from the main entrance of University Hall.

The Krannert School of management has been nationally and globally ranked for both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Krannert and Rawls Hall provide state of the art learning facilities to the majority of business classes on campus.

Lyles Porter Hall houses interdisciplinary healthcare facilities and classroom space within the College of Health and Human Sciences as well as the School of Medicine.

Collectively, students and clinical faculty within Nursing, Health and Kinesiology, Nutrition Science, Psychological Sciences, and Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences see approximately 3, patients a year within this state-of-the-art interdisciplinary healthcare facility. The building features a nursing clinic, specialized preschool, exercise center, consultation space and demonstration kitchen for dietitians in training, clinical psychology facility, audiology and speech-language pathology clinics, cadaver laboratory for physicians in training, and research laboratories.

Purdue University Airport, which opened in was the first of its kind, and remains one of only a few university-owned airports in the nation. West Campus[ edit ] The western portion of campus consists of student housing, dining, and recreation facilities. Stadium Avenue[ edit ] Much of the northern part of campus sits on land purchased for the university by industrialist David E.

Ross and author and humorist George Ade in the s. This area also includes the Slayter Center of Performing Arts and Cary Quadrangle, one of the largest all-male housing units in the country.

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