Our Campus Visit Programs are a great way to learn a lot about Rose-Hulman in just a few hours. You’ll meet professors, talk to students, visit labs and classrooms, and walk the campus. It’s a day you’ll not forget.
Finally, Someplace Gets Me
Ready for a Visit?
Select from our Campus Visit Program, offered a few times each quarter, or schedule an individual visit, available on select days each week. Learn about visiting Rose-Hulman below.
If you would like to schedule a campus visit, please fill out the online visit request. You will receive email confirmation of your campus visit within 1 business day. If you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-877-8850 (or toll-free at 800-248-7448). If you are not able to visit soon and would like to receive more information about us, please fill out our information request form.
This Is Rose-Hulman
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Where Innovation Meets Application
The Branam Innovation Center is a hub of activity for student teams, humanitarian design projects and other opportunities for hands-on work. Find out more about the one-of-a-kind collaborative environment at the BIC.
The Right Fit
The educational experience at Rose-Hulman has been designed to prepare our students for their future careers and help them find the right fit when it comes to internships, employment opportunities, and graduate school.
Think you have to give up performing arts when you go to a STEM college? Not at Rose-Hulman! Choose from theatre productions, bands, string ensembles, improv, chorus, or acapella club. You can even turn your passion for performing arts into a minor in music or theatre.
Lisa Norton has served as Dean of Admissions since 2013. She supervises a staff of professionals that process more than 5,000 applications for each freshman class; coordinate hundreds of college fairs, high school, and campus visits; and contact prospective students through publications, calls, e-mails, and social media.Norton earned the President’s Outstanding Service award in 2013. She has been an officer for the Indiana Association of College Admissions Counseling, including serving as president.