Alumnae at Cook Pharmica encouraged students Sydney Rodenbeck (left) and Jayme Brace to follow their footsteps in engineering.
Starting jobs with lucrative salaries makes the institute a worthy investment for Class of 2016 graduates.
Students challenged to design 3-D projects for manufacturing.
Robot Rodeo allows first-year students to lasso engineering and teamwork skills.
Sophomore Thad Hughes becomes national 4-H Youth in Action award winner and STEM spokesman.
Optical engineering student Tayler Evans sees the light during NASA internship.
Senior mathematics student Angela Hanson learns about herself and Spanish culture during her time in Chile.
For the 18th consecutive year, our peers have selected us as the nation’s No. 1 college for undergraduate engineering education, with five academic departments also earning top marks. Watch this 18-second video that highlights some of the reasons for our success.
A $25 million student union expansion and renovation project, supported by a $9 million lead gift from Mike and Linda Mussallem, will create a better quality of life, stronger relationships, and healthier options for students.
Classroom lessons meet hands-on application at the Branam Innovation Center, a collaborative place with plenty of wrench-turning, robots, designing, and building happening 24/7!
We’re known for our rigorous academics—but life at Rose-Hulman isn’t all work and no play. Get a sneak peek inside the country’s #1 undergraduate engineering college.
Wall Street Journal/Times Rankings Put Alumni Salary Median No. 1 Among Midwest Private Colleges
Institute Honored for Students’ Work for Special Needs Children
Popular Online Resource Ranks Chemical Engineering Department Among Nation’s Best
GE Healthcare’s Agnes Berzsenyi a ‘Woman to Watch’
Ed Wheeler Rides Waves of the Future
Lost Creek Finds New Life as Outdoor Classroom