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Because you aren't always in the classroom or lab

The Office of Student Affairs coordinates most of the non-academic aspects of Rose-Hulman student life. So if you're hoping to get involved on campus, you've found the right place. We can help you locate the activity that best suits your personality, talents and interests. Or maybe you'll even uncover something totally new! Rose-Hulman offers more than 80 clubs and student organizations, as well as varsity athletics and our popular intramurals program.

What else happens in our office? Well, we are the place to get your student ID (or replace a lost one). We're your connection to academic advising, residence hall life and even questions about where to park. From New Student Orientation clear to commencement, the Office of Student Affairs has you covered. We are conveniently located on the lower level of Hulman Union, and you'll often see us out and about interacting with students on campus.

Thinking of studying abroad?

Everyone should consider studying abroad! You can learn or hone a language, make lifelong friends and get ready for a global society. Visit Rose-Hulman Global Programs or contact Chris Dixon to get started.

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International Students

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Our international students add so much to our campus! With our International Student Services Office, we seek to provide programs that promote sharing of cultures. Find out more.

Studying Can be Social Too!

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Wishing you had someone to study a certain subject with you? Use the Study Buddy Tool to locate other students with similar interests.

Online student handbook

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Answers to everything you ever wanted to know about being a Rose-Hulman student. Read now.