U.S. News & World Report's 2010 survey of higher education for the 11th  consecutive year lists Rose-Hulman as the No.1 engineering institution whose highest degree is a bachelor's or master's.  And we were named  No. 1 in all of our engineering departments that are evaluated by engineering deans and senior faculty:  mechanical, electrical, civil, chemical and computer engineering.

Rose-Hulman also is cited in:

    * The Best Buys in College Education
    * The Fiske Guide to Colleges
    * Peterson's Competitive Colleges
    * Barron's Guide to the Most Competitive Colleges
    * Barron's Guide to the Most Prestigious Colleges
    * Princeton Review's Best 371 Colleges,
      2010 Edition
    * Kaplan/Newsweek College Guide

Location:  More than 200-acre campus east of Terre Haute, Indiana

Founded:  1874 as Rose Polytechnic Institute

Renamed:  1971 as Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Character:  Four-year, private, non-sectarian college of engineering, science, and mathematics

Enrollment:  Approx. 1,964

Degree Programs:

    Applied Biology
    Biomedical Engineering
    Chemical Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Computer Engineering
    Computer Science
    Electrical Engineering
    Engineering Physics
    Mechanical Engineering
    Optical Engineering
    Software Engineering

Professor-student ratio:  1:12

Average class size:  20

Faculty:  160 full-time teaching faculty; 99% have earned Ph.D's; selected on ability to teach and area expertise


    * 20 Varsity Sports; (10 Men,
      10 Women)
    * NCAA Division III
    * Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference

Admission:  Highly competitive; more than 3,500 applications for 465-member freshman class

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