Center for Diversity
The Center for Diversity is the gathering site for all activities related to diversity on the Rose-Hulman campus. The CfD works to coordinate programs that promote intercultural awareness as well as opportunities that educate the community about ways to best respond to differences. Founded in July of 2011, the CfD has prepared a three-year strategic plan for enhancing inclusivity and promoting diversity. Finally, the CfD maintains a list of funding opportunities for faculty, staff, and/or student groups who have ideas for activities that will promote diversity, support retention of under-represented groups, and allow students to gain experiences and meet people who will facilitate professional growth.
Located near Java City in Moench Hall, the CfD office is open during regular school hours. Stop in with your ideas, concerns, or questions.
Director: Janice Fenn, Office: Moench A104
Diversity Student Organizations
Rose-Hulman has several student organizations whose mission is centered on the desire to make life a little easier for students from under-represented groups. Members of these organizations recognize the value in being able to interact with students who have similar backgrounds and life experiences. Many of the organizations also provide opportunities for professional development both on and off campus. Membership in these organizations is open to all interested individuals.
Chinese Culture Club (CCC)
International Student Association (ISA)
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Society of Hispanic Engineers (SHPE)
The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE)