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At PNC, one of four campuses within Indiana’s prestigious Purdue University, you’ll find the personal attention and hands-on education you need to achieve your goals. Our dedicated faculty and nationally respected academic programs will help you complete your education right here in north central Indiana on a beautiful campus, close to home, in a small campus environment, and at a fraction of the cost of a residential campus. You can choose from 20 academic programs that lead to a baccalaureate degree or one of two master’s degrees to help you prepare for or advance your career.
Purdue University North Central is known throughout Northwest Indiana for its outstanding degree programs. Classes are offered at its primary Westville campus and at PNC - Porter County in Valparaiso.
Students will find challenging academic programs at PNC, and outside of class they have the opportunity to join clubs and organizations, do volunteer work, pursue internships and perform service learning projects.
They are encouraged to develop their leadership skills and to get involved in some of the more than 25 clubs and organizations, student government and intercollegiate sports.
Students who have earned an Ivy Tech associate degree are able to make a seamless transition to a PNC bachelor's degree program.
PNC - Porter County, located at 600 Vale Park Road, Valparaiso, offers undergraduate and graduate classes. Complete enrollment services are available onsite. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is offered on Saturdays.
PNC students, faculty, and staff enjoy a park-like campus conveniently located to serve Northern Indiana communities. PNC is only minutes from Michigan City, Valparaiso, and LaPorte.
The campus offers a variety of activities for both traditional and adult students.