Purdue University, founded in 1869, is a public university located in West Lafayette, Indiana. It enrolls approximately 10,000 undergraduate students and has a diverse student body. The campus, with its brown buildings and nature trails, is home to more than 900 student organizations including an Amateur Radio Club and Purdue Reamer Club. It hosts the Purdue Grand Prix, Boiler Gold Rush and Spring Fest; staples of Purdue campus life. Its all-American marching band is spectacular by itself and its students can catch a free concert on Slayter Hill. They also get to stop by popular haunts such as its food trucks, Triple XXX and Bruno's pizza. Notable Purdue alumni include famed astronaut Neil Armstrong and actor Dalquer Salmaan. Purdue University’s main campus, with its rigorous academic curriculum, fountain runs and spirited Boilermaker home games, makes for an excellent education.