Students are leaving a sustainable mark on campus through projects, coursework, and organizations.
Seniors use their knowledge and creativity to complete a variety of design projects for clients around the community, country, and world.
Members of Rose-Hulman’s Efficient Vehicles team are winning the attention of organizations such as SpaceX, thanks to the hands-on experience and problem-solving opportunities they gain.
Our culture is one where exceptional students learn from world-class faculty through collaborative projects, competition teams, and research. “There isn’t an environment like this anywhere else,” says Marcel Snijder van Wissenkerke, mechanical engineering student.
Combined interests in photography and theater, senior Nathan Montgomery has showcased the institute’s vibrant performing arts.
Senior Thomas Foulkes is among select student group providing valuable insight on the undergraduateengineering experience.
Google’s Director of Engineering Ray Kurzweil gives students insight on how technology will continue enhancing the human experience.
Erik Hayes’ love of Rose-Hulman helps contribute to campus’ ‘family’ culture.
Year-long study abroad program gives LeKisha Bradley well-rounded worldview.
Crystal Hurtle’s pursuit of her dream job has been as full of twists and turns as any roller coaster.
Brookings Institution cites Rose-Hulman as a top value-added college.
Rose-Hulman ranks among nation’s best in PayScale’s Return on Investment Report.
Human Powered Vehicle Team takes top honors in ASME challenge.
Tim Sublette is Shaping the Future of Manufacturing
Teaching is an Avocation for Retiring Professors Artigue and Gibson
Commencement Awaits Graduating Seniors and Family Members