The Kern Family Foundation gives $2.25 million to support entrepreneurially-minded learning programs.
International students make our campus a more diverse and globally connected community.
Growing robotics program connects computing, engineering, science, and math.
Students collaborate on innovative ideas in the classroom, research lab, and in internships, including those at Rose-Hulman Ventures. “We found ways to use sawdust to form charcoal to help power small villages.”—Thomas White, chemical engineering.
Record number of companies seek our students to fill rising need in STEM career fields.
Two-time Academic All-American Nick Buchta is a leader in the classroom and on football field.
New initiatives strive for creative and innovative graduates with technical excellence.
Sophomore Tim Balz leads Intel intern team to high-tech pathway with Connected Wheelchair.
Gregg and Diana Lowe establish $1.6M scholarship fund to encourage students toward STEM careers.
Student music groups and a Performing Arts Series show will get campus in holiday spirit.
For 16 straight years, U.S. News ranks our school atop its list with five of our academic programs also at No. 1.
Jennifer (Gordon) Braus Takes Different Path to Finding Success.
Carlotta Berry is Striving to Change the Face of Engineering
Rose-Hulman Ventures has delivered innovative, tech-based solutions for 15 years.