Updated 5/17/17

Purdue Science Olympiad

Host of the Indiana Regional Tournament

February 3, 2018

Announcements

February 3, 2018: Congratulations to all teams!  Thank you for participating in the Purdue University Science Olympiad Regional.  You will find the results to the Regional Tournament under the 'Results' tab.  Coaches should receive an email with a survey attached in the days to come, please take the time to fill this out as it will help improve our future tournaments.  Teams that advanced to State should have received the State qualifying letter at the tournament and should receive an email from the tournament director tonight.  Thank you for all of your hard work!

January 28, 2018: The tournament website has been updated to contain an interactive campus map, printable maps of academic campus, and a map to the CoRec. Additionally, updated tournament schedules and homeroom assignments have been posted under the Forms tab. Please bring your own copy of maps and schedules for the students as we will have a limited supply available at the tournament. Check-in the morning of the tournament will start at 7am in the Wetherill Chemistry Building (WTHR). Upon check-in coaches must provide the 2018 versions of the: 'Code of Conduct', 'Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement', and the 'CoRec - Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement'. If you have not yet received a welcome/informational email from the Tournament Director please contact Bobby Belzeski (rbelzesk@purdue.edu).

January 13, 2018: Our regional is only 3 weeks away! Posted under the “Forms” tab, you will find updated versions of the tentative schedules and homeroom assignments. Additionally, updated 2018 versions of our ‘Code of Conduct’ and ‘Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement’ have been posted. The ‘Code of Conduct’ form must be signed by all participants, alternates, and coaches; each student must have a ‘Waiver, Release and Hold Harmless Agreement’ signed and on file as well. A coach will be required to turn in all necessary forms during registration. A link to Trial Event Rules can be found under our ‘Rule Clarifications’ tab. Sometime this week coaches should also be receiving an email to sign-up for build event time slots.

November 17, 2017: Hello teams! We have been working the past week to get you the schedule of events, which will be posted shortly on the Forms tab. In the following schedules, event times are subject to change. Additionally, the build event signup system will be up in the very near future. A link to the site will be posted on this website. We wish you all the best of luck, and happy holidays! More updates will be posted in the upcoming days/weeks.

The Regional Tournament will be held Saturday, February 3, 2018

Campus Information

An interactive general campus map can be found here.

Campus maps detailing locations for events, homerooms, and directions to the CoRec can be found here.

Documentation with both local and on-campus dining can be found here. Dining in the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU) operates on their own schedules, so be sure to check each restaurants website for the hours of operation on the day of the event. Chauncey Hill/Village, is about a 5 minute (very safe) walk from the PMU has many fast food and quick service restaurants as well, as listed on the attachment.

Be Advised:

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, is on Eastern Time throughout the year. The greater Lafayette Indiana area continues to have ongoing road construction. Plan accordingly.

Parking Information

Cars: Parking at Purdue University is by permit on weekdays from 8am-5pm and open on weekends. You must check posted signs on available spaces to ensure parking is allowed. Complementary parking garages include the University Street Garage, Northwestern Avenue Garage, and the Grant Street Garage (across from Young Hall).

Bus Drop Off: Please unload students and guests along Oval Drive. Buses should drop students off along the curb by the Recitation Building (REC), University Hall (UNIV), and Class of 1950 (CL50). Do not unload buses in front of the Stewart Center (STEW) entrance. Buses must drop students off and leave immediately as there is no parking in this lot. The address for this drop off location is: Oval Drive, West Lafayette, IN. Refer to the campus map.

Bus Parking: After unloading, proceed to the Discovery Park Parking lot on the south side of campus. Directions from Oval Drive to the Discovery Park Parking lot: Follow Oval Drive around Memorial Mall and turn right onto US 26 (W. State Street); Turn left on South Martin Jischke Drive; At the roundabout take the first right to Nimitz Drive; Arrive at the parking lot at the corner of Nimitz Drive and Gates Road.

Bus Loading: Buses can go to the same location as the drop off to load up materials before the award ceremony.

Bus Pick Up: Buses can stage along the outer yellow curb of Oval Drive on Memorial Mall. The first bus to arrive must pull all the way down in front of Stone Hall (STON) almost to State Street. Do not stop at the Class of 1950 Lecture Hall (CL50). Other buses must pull up directly behind this first bus. Fire hydrants and ADA ramps must remain unobstructed. Only the first 15 buses will fit along Oval Drive. The remainder of the buses need to park on Marsteller Street, south of State Street. Teams can either walk over to them, or the buses can pull up into Oval Drive as spaces open up. Please do not park in front of Stewart Center (STEW) along Memorial Mall Drive.

Tournament Schedule

All event conflicts at this tournament are identical to those found in the schedule for the Indiana State Tournament. The schedules are considered tentative and are subject to changes.

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