It took just one campus visit for Donnita Robinson to know that Rose-Hulman’s campus culture was the right place for her.
Sophomore Tim Balz leads Intel intern team to high-tech pathway with Connected Wheelchair.
Students contribute to tech startup successes through unique Xternships.
Senior electrical engineering student, Thomas Foulkes, has helped to develop a unique pulsed circuitmagnetic field device.
As Fulbright Scholars, professors Yosi Shibberu (left) and Richard Onyancha will expand global STEM educational opportunities this academic year across Africa.
Two state-of-the-art observatories provide unique astronomical perspectives from both hemispheres.
Unique educational experiences and abundant career opportunities have ranked the institute among America’s best undergraduate colleges. Others are taking notice, too.
The expanded MiNDS Laboratory is opening exciting science opportunities for undergraduate students in nanotechnology and nanomedicine.
Students at the Branam Innovation Center spent hours working on cars, planes and robots to get ready for their end of year competitions.
Partnership Supports Business Growth, STEM Options for Indiana Community.
Alumni rank high nationally for starting, mid-career salaries.
For 16 straight years, U.S. News ranks our school atop its list with five of our academic programs also at No. 1.
Young alumni to be honored at annual Alumni Awards Breakfast.
Rose-Hulman professor educates people around the world.
Experience fun, football, the bonfire tradition, and much more at Homecoming 2014.