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Rose-Hulman Ranked No. 7 Among America’s Best Undergraduate Colleges

July 15, 2014


Unique Educational Environment: The learning process never seems to end on campus, with students taking advantage of meeting rooms in the John A. Logan Library to work on classroom projects. (Photo by Shawn Spence)

Rose-Hulman’s academic diversity, educational experiences, and career prospects earned a No. 7 ranking among America’s best undergraduate colleges by, a new online resource for college-bound high school students and their parents.

The 20 Best Undergraduate Colleges 2014 examines colleges from a student’s perspective— how the student is educated and enriched by the college experience. A college’s return on investment is also a major variable in the ranking process.

 “If your goal is to leave college with either an extremely marketable degree or the opportunity to research science at a world-leading graduate institution, you will be hard pressed to find a more reputable place to study,” states’s Rose-Hulman profile. “Rose-Hulman has set out to be the leading undergraduate center for science and engineering, and for years the rankings have agreed.”

Rose-Hulman was also cited for its state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms, along with its innovative science, engineering, and mathematics curriculums.

“(Rose-Hulman) equips its students with everything they need to be on the forefront of new technology,” stated the service.

Joining Rose-Hulman in’s 20 Best Undergraduate Colleges 2014 ranking were No. 1 Swarthmore College (Pennsylvania), No. 4 Williams College (Massachusetts), No. 6 William and Mary (Virginia), No. 8 West Point (New York), No. 9 Air Force Academy (Colorado), No. 10 Naval Academy (Maryland), No. 13 Colorado School of Mines, No. 15 Smith College (Massachusetts), and No. 17 Babson College (Massachusetts).