Office of Student Success and Global Engagement


The  Office of Student Success and Global Engagement aims to encourage and support an environment that represents and values diversity among groups of people and individuals based on ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientation and geographic area.

The Office of Student Success and Global Engagement strives to:

  • Build a community of diversity through support, unity and guidance within Teacher Education
  • Develop strategies that will recruit and retain underrepresented students in Teacher Education
  • Provide programming that will increase awareness of diversity and inclusion of all cultures through strategically planning, developing, implementing and supporting initiatives designed to enhance the climate related to diversity for students

Meet the Team

Brittne Paramore

Director, Office of Student Success and Global Engagement

Phone: 765-496-6272
Room: BRNG 3210

Office Programming

Holmes Scholars Program

The Holmes Scholars Program supports students from historically underrepresented communities enrolled in doctoral programs in education.


S.E.E.D. serves as an organization which supports and cultivates multiculturalism within the Teacher Education Program.

BoilerMENTOR Program

In the BoilerMENTOR program, first-year students are connected with a peer mentor within the College of Education to assist first-year students in completing their academic goals.

Table Talk Tuesdays (Ongoing)

Interested in real, authentic talk around issues in education and diversity? Is creating awareness and helping develop stronger alliances important to you? Are you a reflective person who never assumes, pushes implications and test implications? If you’ve answered yes, this is the space for you. Join the College of Education for monthly forums as we challenge one another for deeper understanding.

Transfer to Teacher Education: T2TE (Spring)

T2TE is a full day Teacher Education Experience that provides transfer students with the opportunity to explore teaching as a profession, while understanding the intricacies of the transfer processes.

Project TEACH

We invite incoming high school sophomores through seniors to Purdue University’s Project Teach — a five-day “VIRTUAL (Online)” program immersed in the teaching profession.