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FAQs

Larsen students have the option of joining the live-in portion of the Larsen Leaders Academy Learning Community. Academy students are not required to live in a specific residence hall and are invited to participate in all learning community events. Visit the LLA Residential Program option page for more information.

Entering the Krannert School of Management as a Larsen Leaders Academy student means you can immediately start taking courses associated with your declared major. LLA students are exempt from Management Admission Index (MAI) or Economics Admissions Index (EAI) requirements. 

 This means that as a LLA student you have no preliminary qualifications to take upper division courses, other than completing the specific prerequisites for those upper division courses. 

Yes. The Larsen Leaders Academy is a population of admitted Krannert students who meet academy requirements. You do not have to be a member of the academy to be a Krannert student.
Yes. If you will not be eligible to join Larsen Leaders Academy as a first semester freshman, you can apply once you have met the requirements. Please visit the Admission page for more information.
Krannert advisors are constantly meeting with existing students and unfortunately are not available for non-students. However, when you visit campus for STAR (Summer Transition, Advising and Registration), you will meet your advisor and discuss the courses you will take during your first year.
Students interested in applying for scholarships through the Krannert School of Management should visit http://admissions.purdue.edu/costsandfinaid/scholarships.php.
Please contact Steve Shelby, Director of the Larsen Leaders Academy, to learn more about the program.