College Way is the brick walkway located east of and parallel to Coming Street and runs from George Street to Calhoun Street. Each spring, this is where the College’s commencement ceremonies take place.And, in late May and early June each year, this space serves as a performance venue for jazz artists during the Spoleto Festival USA.
Popular with students for lounging, studying and playing Frisbee, this is the second largest green space on campus (second only to The Cistern Yard). The home of the School of Business, the Beatty Center is a state-of-the-art facility that houses classrooms, faculty offices, meeting spaces and the Wachovia Auditorium.The Engineering Computer Network maintains webcams in several buildings.They document progress on construction projects and provide a glimpse into Purdue for those far away.Click on a photo to view a slide show from the past day, month, year or all images.For more information on the purpose for this building see our One by One website.At one time, Physicians Promenade — the brick walkway that runs north from George Street — was a full-fledged street.
These days, it’s the site of numerous campus receptions, exhibitions and events, as well as a scenic route through campus.
Live view of College Way and Green Way from the northwestern corner of Randolph Hall. The Cistern Yard is the literal and figurative center of campus.
The new Hunthausen Activity Center is coming in Spring 2017!
Follow along in the contruction process, and get more information about the process and how you can donate at
The One by One initiative includes construction of a new facility at Harvest Fields.
Check the progress of the building from our webcam below!