FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Purdue University Fort Wayne, formerly IPFW, held their annual spring campus visit Sunday afternoon.
Around 1,200 students came out to the campus to visit, and decide if Purdue University Fort Wayne is the right choice for them.
Students who spoke to FOX 55 said they were considering the university because it is small, but they can still get a Purdue degree.
Guests were welcomed by Vice Chancellor, Carl Drummond. The university also offered finanical aid support, degree program information, athletics, and housing options.
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