Hello. We’re the men from Circle Pines you’ve heard so much about.
Established in 1939, Circle Pines Cooperative has been dedicated to producing successful students in a safe, constructive environment at Purdue University for nearly 80 years. Circle Pines brings together a diverse collection of individuals that become one house of brothers and foster a unique college living experience. Our close to 60 members work together to cook, clean, and govern for themselves with little outside influence. This cooperative-style living teaches members life skills while also enabling them to have a very affordable housing option. Circle Pines also provides many opportunities for members to acquire and demonstrate leadership skills through various house leadership roles/positions. Members also often participate in different campus activities together such as intramural sports, student organizations, and volunteer activities. Most importantly, Circle Pines provides members with a supportive network of brothers, creating friendships that last a lifetime.
Recent Circle Pines Activities
Check out below to see what the men from Circle Pines have been up to lately!
Three of our members raced in the Boiler Half Marathon this past October. Andrew Deuschle (pictured on the right) placed as the 10th fastest runner in the Men’s category. Great work representing the house!
Members from PC ’20 spent the afternoon playing with and walking dogs while volunteering at Natalie’s Second Chance Dog Shelter. Philanthropy and community are very important to this house!
These guys hit the road and the made the trip to South Bend to cheer on the Boilermaker football team at Notre Dame. Circle Pines makes an impact both here at Purdue and abroad!
Several member organized and participated in a 3v3 golf scramble. There’s lots of friendly competition going on around the house!