For the 18th consecutive year, our peers have selected us as the nation’s No. 1 college for undergraduate engineering education, with five academic departments also earning top marks. Watch this 18-second video that highlights some of the reasons for our success.
First-year students use new design and communications skills to adapt “Star Wars”-themed toys for local youths with special needs.
The Class of 2020 has arrived with a record-breaking number of first-year female students, high academic credentials, and aspirations for careers in science, engineering and math fields.
To do this summer: Build a Working Particle Accelerator
Jeremiah Tate Overcomes Childhood Challenges to Attain Engineering Degree, Land at Chip Maker.
MiNDS Lab Introduces First-Year Students to Nanotechnology
A $25 million student union expansion and renovation project, supported by a $9 million lead gift from Mike and Linda Mussallem, will create a better quality of life, stronger relationships, and healthier options for students.
Classroom lessons meet hands-on application at the Branam Innovation Center, a collaborative place with plenty of wrench-turning, robots, designing, and building happening 24/7!
We’re known for our rigorous academics—but life at Rose-Hulman isn’t all work and no play. Get a sneak peek inside the country’s #1 undergraduate engineering college.
Academics, Career Services, and Facilities Get High Marks in Publications.
‘College Choice’ ranks Rose-Hulman No. 1 among U.S. colleges offering undergraduate engineering degrees.
Illusionist Adam Trent bringing technology-rich show to Hatfield Hall.
Alumni Honorees Span Five Decades of Success
Faculty Gaining in Gender Diversity
Homecoming to Include Mutchner Court Dedication