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Student Resources

At the country’s No. 1 undergraduate engineering college, we’re as excited about math and science as you are. So if you’re looking for a place where people nerd out on all things STEM, you’ve found it! Check out some of our programs and events below.

Student STEM Resources

Young students glue together a small structure during Explore Engineering.

Explore Engineering

Where can students grades 3 and up experience the awesomeness of hands-on STEM projects in a fun, engaging environment? Explore Engineering! These interactive events are offered at no cost, and are open to the public.

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FIRST Robotics

Our Robotics team members serve as mentors for local students as they learn science, engineering and technology skills, while preparing and competing in a FIRST Robotics competition.

Members of a high school team pose with state and national trophies

TEAMS competition

Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) is an annual one-day competition for middle and high school students that challenges you to apply math and science knowledge in practical, creative ways to solve real-world engineering challenges.

Students sitting at a table during the ' countdown round'  of the state MATHCOUNTS competition.

Mathematics Contests

Our professors are involved in several middle and high school level mathematics contests—some hosted right here on our campus--including our annual Rose-Hulman High School Contest and the MATHCOUNTS regionals.

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Operation Catapult

For more than 50 years, Operation Catapult has been providing a unique summer program for high school students who have completed their junior year. This 2-1/2 week residential program will give you the opportunity to interact with our dedicated professors as you work with a team to tackle a project of your choosing.

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SPARK Competition

Put your design skills to the test and have fun doing it in this competition for high school and college students.

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Turning ‘Huh?’ Into ‘Aha!’

For 25 years, the Ask Rose Homework Hotline has been providing an academic lifeline to Indiana students in grades 6-12 with free math and science tutoring. Its tutors are Rose-Hulman students who can help your students understand STEM concepts through friendly, one-on-one tutoring sessions via phone or live chat.

Rose-Hulman Making a Difference

See some other ways our campus community is making an impact.

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Wabash Valley Projects Sought for Senior Year Civil Engineering Course


It’s Off to the Races in Autonomous Vehicle Challenge

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Free Online Coding Camp Introducing Kids to Computing Fun

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Contact Admissions

Office of Admissions
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
5500 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute, Indiana 47803
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