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Ways to Give

Thanks to our generous alumni and other supporters, Rose‑Hulman students learn, grow and excel in an atmosphere of individual attention while preparing for meaningful and rewarding careers.

Make Your Gift Before December 30 to Beat the Tax Deadline

Online: Make your gift online using Mastercard, Visa, American Express, or Discover.

By Phone: Call us Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m. EST at 812-877-8540 to make your gift by phone.

In-Person: To make an appointment to stop by the Office of Institutional Advancement in Hatfield Hall, call 812-877-8453. Limited appointment times will be offered during winter break from December 23 - January 2.

Appreciated Stocks: For information regarding stock/securities transfer, please see our Securities Transfer form.

Cryptocurrency: Rose-Hulman now accepts cryptocurrency. To learn more, visit this page.

Tax Benefits: Your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Please discuss your gift with your accountant or tax preparer for more information. Gifts must be postmarked by December 30 to apply to the current tax year.

Matching Gifts: Double or even triple the size of your gift if your company has a matching gift program. Check with your human resources department to get the necessary forms. To learn if your employer participates in a corporate matching gift program, contact your personnel office or search your company name in the Matching Gifts search engine box below.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): To make an EFT donation, please visit this page.

Does your company offer a matching gift? Search here to find out!

Gift Planning:
If you’d like to consider a bequest or other type of planned gift, you have a wide range of possibilities. Our gift-planning experts are ready to explore your options with you, including endowments, estate gifts, bequests, and IRA rollovers. Visit or call 812-877-8453 to learn more.

How Your Gift Helps

As you walk around our beautiful campus, it's interesting to reflect that nearly every building, lab or sports facility resulted from the generosity and vision of our wonderful alumni. Tuition only covers so much. We rely on the support of our alumni and friends to help us maintain the outstanding education we offer.

Thanks to that support, we can proudly state our career placement rate is nearly 100 percent just a few months after graduation and 99 percent of our faculty have earned doctorates. We're also proud that our four-year graduation rate is approximately 70 percent (80 percent over six years).

U.S. News & World Report has ranked Rose-Hulman No. 1 among undergraduate engineering colleges for 22 consecutive years. And our departments of chemical, mechanical, electrical, civil and computer engineering are also rated No. 1.

We are very proud of the education we offer. And we are very grateful for the generous contributions that make that education possible. 

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Corporate Sponsorship

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Our students benefit greatly from generous corporate gifts, which bolster our facilities and provide valuable student scholarships. 

Corporate and company donations help us establish laboratories, new communications systems, dynamic controls and advanced circuits. Corporate gifts also provide valuable software and equipment that is critical to our faculty and staff. And Rose-Hulman is proud to work with many corporate partners developing summer work and co-operative learning programs for Rose-Hulman students.


Support Fightin' Engineers Athletics

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Our students are students first, but many also benefit greatly from participating in varsity athletics. More than 120 Rose-Hulman students have earned Academic All-American honors and we have produced at least one Academic All-American for more than 30 consecutive years—a Division III record. To keep this streak alive, please consider joining our Varsity R club or creating an athletic endowment. 

Steve Brady

Steven P. Brady

As vice president of Institutional Advancement, Steve Brady oversees RHIT fundraising, alumni affairs, and corporate and foundation giving. 

Brady began his career at Webster University, from which he graduated with honors in 1996, as phonathon coordinator. After three years, he moved to Saint Joseph's College where he directed the college fund, increased alumni donor participation rates by 11 percent and phonathon revenue by 40 percent in just six years.

In 2006, Brady joined Chicago-based Illinois Institute of Technology, where he significantly grew the major gifts program, introduced a metrics-driven method of measuring outcomes and led a successful $250 million campaign. He joined Rose-Hulman in 2016. 

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Contact Us

Office of Institutional Advancement
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5500 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47803

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