What You Need to Know

Consumer Information Disclosures

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEAO) of 2008 requires that universities make available to current and prospective students important information concerning each institution's academic programs, retention rates, graduation rates, crime reports, financial aid procedures and more in an effort to ensure fairness and transparency for all higher education consumers. 

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has developed this webpage for current and prospective students to access the necessary information according to HEOA. We hope this page provides data to prospective students that will help them make the best possible decision about college.

For additional information about Rose-Hulman, please see the College Navigator website maintained by the U.S. Department of Education in which you can use to compare us to over 7,000 higher learning institutions across the United States.



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Students at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology have the right to express concerns if they believe they have been treated unfairly, subjected to harassment, or been the victim of discrimination. Students can address these concerns through either an informal or formal process.

In most instances, complaints can be resolved through an informal process beginning with talking with the staff, faculty, or student with whom the issue originated. If discussing the matter with the individual does not resolve the situation, the student can submit a formal complaint following the Institute’s formal complaint process outlined in the RHIT Student Handbook. If a student feels that the issue has not been resolved after following the Institute’s complaint process, a complaint may be filed with the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE).  Instructions regarding how to file a formal complaint with the ICHE can be found here. Please note, in Indiana, the statute of limitations for certain complaints is 2 years, so complaints filed after this time may not be considered.

Office of Financial Aid Code of Conduct

The staff of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Office of Financial Aid is committed to the highest standards of professional conduct. We are members of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators and follow their code of conduct. We invite you to contact us if you have any questions.

NASFAA Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals

A financial aid professional is expected to always maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out his or her responsibilities, specifically including all dealings with any entities involved in any manner in student financial aid, regardless of whether such entities are involved in a government sponsored, subsidized or regulated activity. In doing so, a financial aid professional should:

  • Refrain from taking any action for his or her personal benefit.
  • Refrain from taking any action he or she believes is contrary to law, regulation or the best interests of the students and parents he or she serves.
  • Ensure that the information he or she provides is accurate, unbiased and does not reflect any preference arising from actual or potential personal gain.
  • Be objective in making decisions and advising his or her institution regarding relationships with any entity involved in any aspect of student financial aid.
  • Refrain from soliciting or accepting anything of other than nominal value from any entity (other than an institution of higher education or a governmental entity such as the U.S. Department of Education) involved in the making, holding, consolidating or processing of any student loans, including anything of value (including reimbursement of expenses) for serving on an advisory body or as part of a training activity of or sponsored by any such entity.
  • Disclose to his or her institution, in such manner as his or her institution may prescribe, any involvement with or interest in any entity involved in any aspect of student financial aid.
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