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PASA Summer Institute (formerly HASA)

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Purdue Agribusiness Science Academy (PASA) Summer Institute    The Office of Multicultural Programs (OMP) in the College of Agriculture at Purdue University will host 2, one day regional programs for middle school students and a two-week residential pre-college summer enrichment program for high school students.



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 Ivy Tech - Indianapolis, May 10, 2016
9am-2pm (lunch included)

Purdue Calumet Campus, May 12, 2016 
9am-2pm (lunch included)


JULY 10-23, 2016
(Rising 10th, 11th, 12th Grades)​
Registration Fee: $300
(Limited partial scholarships available)



OPEN JANUARY 15, 2016 

PASA Online Applications (preferred)


High School Guidance Counselor Form

Recommendation Form​​

Printer Friendly Forms (PDF)

PASA High School Student Application-15.pdfPASA High School Student Application-15.pdf

PASA High School Guidence-Form-15.pdfPASA High School Guidence-Form-15.pdf

PASA-Recommenation Form-15.pdfPASA-Recommenation Form-15.pdf


What is PASA (formerly HASA)? 


Application Checklist

(Applications will not be considered unless all the following materials are completed and submitted before deadline.)
  1. Student Application Form
  2. Guidance Counselor Recommendation Form
  3. Teacher/Community Member Recommendation Form
  4. Official School Transcript – provided by your school  (Minimum 2.85 G.P.A.)


Applications can be submitted:

  • Online (preferred): Student Application; Guidance Counselor Form; Recommendation Form
  • Email: Scan completed application forms, transcripts and email to: 
  • Fax: transcripts and completed application to Office of Multicultural Programs - College of Ag - PASA -765-494-7420
  • Postal Mail to: Office of Multicultural Programs, Re: PASA, 615 W. State St. Room #106, West Lafayette, IN 47907


All forms must be submitted by May 15th 2016


If you have any questions about the program or registration process, email to or call (765) 494-9586
In accordance with Purdue policies, all persons have equal access to Purdue University’s educational programs, services and activities, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, disability or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these policies, please contact the Office for the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance by email at or call (765) 494-5830





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