The red carpet is out for your visit (our school colors are ROSE and white, after all!)

We love welcoming visitors, especially when they're people interested in learning all about Rose-Hulman. So let us know when you can come for a campus visit.


Select from our Campus Day Programs, offered a few times each quarter, or smaller Campus Visits, available on select days each week. If you are interested in attending one of the Campus Day Programs you can view more info, upcoming dates, and register online. If you prefer the smaller visit, please see the information below.

Campus Visits for Juniors, Sophomores, or Freshmen
During March & April we schedule these campus visits Monday-Friday at 2:00 pm (Eastern) except on Program days or school breaks. Your visit will include a tour of campus and a presentation by an admissions counselor.

Campus Visits for Admitted Seniors
We schedule these campus visits at 9:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (Eastern) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, except on Program days or school breaks. Your visit will include a tour of campus and a meeting with an admissions counselor. Please indicate in the additional information section if you are interested in sitting in on a class, meeting with a professor in your intended major, etc.

If you would like to schedule a campus visit, please fill out the ONLINE VISIT REQUEST FORM. You will receive email confirmation of your campus visit within 1 business day. If you have questions please email or call 812-877-8850 (or toll-free at 800-248-7448).

If you are not able to visit soon and would like to receive more information about us, please fill out our Request for Information form.

Local Lodging:
Terre Haute is home to close to 2,000 guest rooms, from full-service hotels to charming bed and breakfast inns. Find the complete listing here.

Time Zone:
Terre Haute is on Eastern Time (same time as the East Coast) throughout the year. Indiana is one of those states in which parts of the state are on Central Time and other parts are on Eastern Time, and it can get confusing for visitors. So remember, Eastern Time, Eastern Time.