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Accreditation

Our engineering and computer science programs are accredited by ABET, a global leader in science, computing, engineering, and technology education. As an institute, we are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

ABET

ABET accreditation assures we are educating graduates ready to enter the global workforce. ABET is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and has given its seal of approval to colleges and universities around the world who meet its rigorous standards.

Resources:

Rose-Hulman is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, IL 60604 
800-621-7440

We also enjoy accreditations from the

Rose-Hulman is authorized by name by the State of Indiana.

Rose-Hulman maintains memberships in the following organizations:

  • American Society for Engineering Education
  • Association of Independent Technological Universities

ABET Program Enrollment and Degree Data

ABET Accreditation Policy and Procedure Manual (APPM) Section II.A.6. Public Release of Accreditation Information by the Institution/Program.

Summary of Changes to the Policy (Section II.A.6)

On November 6, 2013, the ABET Accreditation Department has issued an accreditation alert regarding approved changes to the policy Section II.A.6 as follow:
II.A.6.a. Each ABET-accredited program must publicly state the program’s educational objectives and student outcomes.
II.A.6.b. Each ABET-accredited program must publicly post annual student enrollment and graduation data per program.

Responsibilities: The Office of Institutional Research, Planning and Assessment is responsible for compiling annual student enrollment and graduation data and updating them in accordance to Section II.A.6.b and forensuring the II.A.6.b requirements are met.

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Life at Rose-Hulman

Yes, life as a student at Rose-Hulman certainly includes hours of stimulating learning, hands-on experience and intense studying. But here's the thing - there's still plenty of time for building new friendships, getting involved in organizations and clubs and having fun.