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COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
In New Albany
at New Albany
About the College of teChnology At new AlbAny
Purdue University’s College of Technology at New Albany resides
on the Indiana University Southeast campus on Grant Line Road.
Beginning fall 2008, courses also will be offered at the new
Purdue Technology Center of Southeast Indiana on Charlestown
Road at I-265.
Purdue’s College of Technology established a presence in New
Albany in 1968, initially offering an associate in applied science
degree in mechanical engineering technology.
Courses are taught by seven full-time faculty members and a
number of adjunct faculty. All faculty members come equipped
with years of work experience in addition to their academic
More than 160 students attend the College of Technology at
New Albany. The diverse student body represents residents from
southeast Indiana, greater Louisville, and other surrounding
Both day and evening classes are offered.
Students attend classes alongside more than 6,200 students on
the Indiana University Southeast campus. Purdue and IUS com-
puter labs offer a variety of hardware, software, and personal
support services. A new 75,000-square-foot library on the IUS
campus contributes to the Purdue student’s ability to access
information and resources.
College of technology
n A world-class education close to
home and work
n Degree programs in response to
current and projected workforce
needs within the region
n Identical curriculum requirements
to the West Lafayette campus
n Highly qualified Purdue faculty
with business and industry
n Low student-to-faculty ratio
n Access to cutting-edge technology
With locations across Indiana, Purdue’s College of Technology is uniquely po