Our goal is to give you essential information that Krannert Business school provides to enhance your success as a graduate student. Here you can find advisors information, graduate student associations, counseling, information technology and much more.
Most information you will be able to find on the Krannert web site. But here we present an easy way to access the information.
A. Head’s secretary - MS/MBA program office
Peggy Blessing is the head secretary of the Purdue MBA and Master’s Programs. She is usually found at her desk on the second floor of Rawls; if she is not there, she is off solving problems for someone else. You can ask her about any information you need then she will direct you. If she is solving problems for others, you can ask her assistant.
What services Peggy provides for you?
Appointments with advisors.
Maps, links, web pages related to your needs.
Academic support such as writing lab, KPDC, ASC, etc.
Information about the calendar and breaks (Winter, Summer, Spring break, Global Week, etc.)
Reserve study rooms, 2nd and 3rd floor comments.
For more information, visit her office: Rawls Hall, Room 2020
Phone number: (765) 494-0773
Peggy’s photo with BEB group
When you want to know about your program, schedules, curriculum, teachers, scholarships, you can send mail to email@example.com
In addition you will have access to other excellent advisors:
Emily Warter and Susie Saberniak have specific information about your curriculum and most important they know people whom you can contact when you have questions about the master.
Warter, Emily M Saberniak, Susie
(765) 49-46097 RAWL 2026
Any concern or requirement about your curriculum, adding/cancelling subjects and all related with your credits, you can go and ask Judy Rife
Krannert has over two dozen of clubs and organizations. They’re very helpful for your resume and your professional skills development. Below we mention the head one and give a list of some others. Also, at welcome package they give you information in a paper containing all the information about clubs. You should keep it!
Krannert Graduate Student Association (KGSA) provides activities and programs that help you amplify your experience as an MBA student.
A. Ombuds Office
If you have any concern such as academic, relationship with major professor, etc. you can visit this office. For one-on-one advisor, you need to schedule an appointment. Visit this page for more information.
B. Service for Succes
Here you can find tools and services that can help you improve your major career.
C. Krannert professional development center
This office provides you counseling, on-campus recruiting opportunities and job research.
Events: Career job fairs, mock interviews, resume building, etc.
Click here for more information.
If you have any questions about your program, you have to contact the advisor of your major. Click here for more information or you can visit the location: Young Hall 170