The campus [map] is located on U.S.
Highway 40, approximately two miles east of Terre Haute. The 200-acre
site is one of natural beauty, with two lakes, rolling, wooded hills
and meadows and provides an excellent environment for educational and
co-curricular activities. Buildings are designed and to blend with the
Moench Hall, Olin Hall, Crapo
Hall, and the Myers Center house laboratories, classrooms, and offices
for nearly all of the academic departments. Some laboratory courses are
taught in the Rotz Engine Laboratory. The lower level of Crapo Hall
houses the Waters Computer Center which is equipped with a time-sharing
mainframe computer system and an extensive array of networked computer
workstations. The President's Office and the administrative Offices for
Academic Affairs are located in Hadley Hall. The Student Affairs
Office, including the Financial Aid Office, is housed in the Hulman
The John A. Logan Library contains
over 50,000 volumes. Its atmosphere is enhanced by the Tri Kappa
Collection of Indiana artists' works, which hang on the second and
third floors. The Learning Center are housed in the lower level of the
The Grace and Anton Hulman
Memorial Union, which overlooks the larger campus lake, features a
glass-enclosed dining room which seats 500 persons, the food service,
private dining rooms, snack bar, bookstore, formal lounge and game
room. The east wing of the building is dedicated to Chauncey Rose.
Memorabilia associated with the school's founder and a 115-piece 19th
Century British watercolor collection are on display in this wing. The
offices of student life, the campus bookstore, the medical services
offices, and student counseling services are all located on the ground
floor of the Union building.
The center of the varsity and
intramural athletics and recreation is the Rose-Hulman Sports and
Recreation Center. This facility was completed in 1997 and contains the
Institute's competition gymnasium, the Samuel F. Hulbert Arena, as well
as the swimming pool, fieldhouse, fitness facilities, locker rooms,
intramural and practice facilities, and Athletic Department offices.
Nine residence halls provide
on-campus housing for over 1000 students. These buildings include Deming, Baur-Sames-Bogart, Speed, Mees, Scharpenberg, Blumberg halls and
new residence halls one of which opened in November 1999 and an apartment
style hall that opened in 2004.