The Purdue Alumni Association has 125 alumni clubs around the world. The club network is a great way to meet other Boilermakers, keep informed of campus activities and show your Purdue pride.
The mission of the DFW Purdue Club is to provide Purdue alumni and supporters living in the Dallas-Fort Worth area the opportunity to foster both personal and professional networking relationships while contributing to our local communities.
There are over 3,500 alumni and friends living in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Get involved, attend events, and join our Club. We hope to see you soon! Please consider becoming a member of the DFW Purdue Alumni Club and a member of the Purdue Alumni Association to enable you to stay connected to Purdue. Please feel free to call or e-mail us with any questions you may have.
The Purdue Alumni Club of Dallas – Ft. Worth is proud to announce an academic scholarship program for current/incoming Purdue students living in Dallas – Ft. Worth. The scholarships are provided by Purdue alumni and friends who have generously donated to support the next generation of Boilermakers in the Purdue Alumni Club of Dallas – Ft. Worth’s geographical area. This is the 20th year of our club's scholarship program; more than 30 scholarships have been awarded in past years, totaling over $10,000.
Applications are due by March 15, 2020 and will be awarded on or before May 1, 2020, for the 2020–2021 academic year.
We hope to hear from you soon! Hail Purdue!
Questions? Contact us at [email protected].
Rohith Rajashekarbabu is a graduating senior from Coppell High School. While initially considering a career in finance, he quickly changed course after winning a computer programming contest in Houston with several of his friends. After the contest, he continued to explore more opportunities related to computer programming and application development winning multiple awards. He chose to attend Purdue for the research opportunities, athletics teams, and entrepreneurship programs.
Scott is entering his sophomore year in aerospace engineering. At Purdue, he has joined the AAIA and Astronomy clubs. He also plays intramural sports including indoor/outdoor soccer and volleyball. With this busy schedule, he was able to make the Dean’s List and achieve Semester Honors. He chose Purdue for the top aerospace program as well as collegiate atmosphere.
Past Winners of the DFW Purdue Club Scholarship:
|2019||Rohith Rajashekarbabu (Irving, TX)
Scott Hattendorf (Flower Mound, TX)
|2017||Grace Dunker (Returning Student)
Gretchen Omholt (Incoming Freshman)
|2015||Christina DeSantiago (Returning Student)
McKenzie Landorf (Incoming Freshman)
|2014||Lauren Shapiro (Returning Student)
Matthew Wiseman (Incoming Freshman)
|2013||Emily Pearce (Returning Student)
Leanne Hodge (Incoming Freshman)
|2012||Danielle Schrob (Returning Student)
Tory Clift (Incoming Freshman)
|2011||Lauren Harrison (Returning Student)
Marshall Bustillo(Incoming Freshman)
|2010||Paul Branham (Returning Student)
Michael Polarinakis (Incoming Freshman)
|2009||Lauren Roth (Returning Student)
Brittany Gabay (Incoming Freshman)
|2008||Chelsea Johnson (Returning Student)
Jackie Hogan (Incoming Freshman)
|2003||Connie Anne Irvine|