Hadley Hall on a sunny day

Administrative Offices

Hadley Hall links together the main academic buildings on campus and is the hub for our campus leadership—the Office of the President, the Board of Trustees and more.

Welcome to Rose-Hulman

Learn more about the administrative leadership at Rose-Hulman.

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President’s Office

The guiding vision of Rose-Hulman is focused and directed through the Office of the President. Excellent leadership for generations has allowed us to solidify our reputation as the nation’s No. 1 educational institution for undergraduate engineering, science, and mathematics.
!Professor Rick Stamper smiling and working with students in a Rose-Hulman classroom.

Office of Academic Affairs

In the Office of Academic Affairs, we help Rose-Hulman's top-rated faculty succeed in their mission to provide the world’s best STEM education in an environment of individual attention and support.


Admissions and Financial Aid

Attending Rose-Hulman could be the smartest decision you’ll ever make. We love talking with prospective students and helping them find ways to afford a world-class education at RHIT.
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Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment (IRPA)

Remaining the nation’s top undergraduate engineering institution requires a lot of attention to detail and constant analysis of how we are doing. Through research, surveys, studies, focus groups, and analysis, IRPA provides the data we need to assure we continue to offer the best possible outcomes for our students.
Water skiers in a pyramid formation skiing on Speed Lake.

Okay, maybe it's not really a watersports paradise.

So yeah, we might not be able to water ski here, but we aren't bored. There's a ton of stuff going on all the time. From 90+ clubs (Robotics club, anyone? How about paintball? Or swing dancing?), to athletics and intramurals, performing arts, residence life and cool events hosted by the student activities office. 

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