Student Tony Milluzzi has explored wireless technology interests on campus and at Rose-Hulman Ventures.
Our students have cybersecurity skills to meet future challenges, career opportunities
Clark Harris is among first-generation college students who are striving to make a difference – for themselves and others.
Students study and play hard on campus, with a variety of recreational, intramural, and personal-interest activities to help mold the body and soul.
Rose-Hulman Ventures lets students help create projects that will keep schools safe and improve business hiring practices.
Our faculty are known for open doors and frequent one-on-one talks with students. "When a student comes to my door, that really is the best part of my day," says J. Peter Coppinger, PhD, associate professor of biology.
A 3-D imaging system brings home honors in international student design contest.
Trailblazing science program shines light on student research, faculty achievements.
Six student-athletes earned Academic All-American honors this fall, continuing a tradition of success on and off the playing field.
Job placement is already at nearly 60% for Class of 2015.
Street Corner Symphony presenting two Valentine’s Day Eve Performing Arts Series shows.
Carlotta Berry is Striving to Change the Face of Engineering.
Nick Mahurin Recognized for Bringing Innovations to Health IT Field
Renee Rogge Helps Give Biomedical Engineering Students Paths to Success
Apply to Operation Catapult, a Summer Engineering Camp for High School Juniors.