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Images of different aspects of the Rose-Hulman campus, including the self-made man statue, Moench Hall and the White Chapel.

Campus Visit

Campus visits are great for those who prefer smaller groups or have specific questions. Request a campus visit below!

Plan Your Campus Visit Now!

Campus Visits, offered on select days each week, are great for those that prefer a smaller group setting or have many specific questions. (If you prefer to attend one of our large group visits, please see the Campus Visit Program.)

Most weeks we schedule campus visits at 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (Eastern) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. The campus visit will include a presentation by an admissions counselor and campus tour; the visit lasts approx. 2 hours.

Image of parents and students taking a tour of the Rose-Hulman campus.

Where is Rose-Hulman? 

We are located in Terre Haute, Indiana - about 70 miles west of Indianapolis. Review our campus map and check out a list of accommodations for your visit.

Time Zone 
Terre Haute is on Eastern Time (same time as the East Coast) throughout the year. Indiana is one of those states with more than a single time zone, so it can get confusing for visitors.

Request a Campus Visit 
If you would like to schedule a campus visit, please fill out the VISIT REQUEST FORM below. You will receive an email confirmation of your campus visit within 1 business day (please check your spam folder if you do not receive it). If you have questions please email campusvisits@rose-hulman.edu or call 812-877-8214 (or toll-free at 800-248-7448).

(Please note that this is a REQUEST, your visit is not confirmed until you receive your confirmation email.) 

Lisa Norton

Lisa Norton

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.