If you are entering the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology in any STEM four years program, then you have an excellent opportunity to solve national and global challenges. Rose Hulman Institute of Technology is inviting students to study their four-year academic program, and apply for an authentic Noblitt scholar’s programs which provide them ample opportunity to learn and get effective financial assistance. Through a rigorous and competitive application process, Rose Hultman selects 55 first-year students representing diverse academic interests and backgrounds to become Noblitt Scholars.
This program helps scholars focus their passion and energy on solving national and global challenges. The firm wanted to establish a program that will enable its students to make a positive impact on environmental infrastructure, health care, and other significant challenges as soon as possible. It introduces students to top the world issues and teaches them to think analytically to solve those issues. It encourages them to start with passion, work hard, and maintain a strong GPA, and serve the community. Students will take part in a campus initiative and serve as full-time ambassadors.
The Noblitt Scholars program was launched with a major donation to Rose Hulman from alumnus Niles Noblitt and his wife, Nancy. In Rose Hulman, STEM education is not just about getting a degree or even about getting a job. It’s about taking what you learn and applying it to what you are passionate about. Students will get the opportunity to learn from professors who love to teach and are dedicated to helping students tie what they know to what they love. Rose Hulman was founded in 1874 and held an extremely good recognization in the world.
|Organization||Rose Hulman Institute of Technology|
|Educational Level||Freshmen students|
|Number of Awards||55|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||November 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Transcripts, Letter of Recommendation|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the below-given eligibility requirements before applying for the program
- Applicant should be entering in the first year for four-year STEM program in the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
- The student should have an excellent academic standing
How to Apply
To apply for this program, students have two options is The Common App and GoRose App. No preference is given for either application platform for admission or scholarship purposes and the required materials for both applications. Students should submit their application only through only one of these options. Students first need to log in, and if they are first time users, they should create an account.
- A submitted application with essay
- High school transcript
- Letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor or principal
- A non-refundable application fee of $60 or qualified fee waiver that has been verified by the high school counselor
- International applicants must supply an affidavit of financial support and official TOEFL or IELTS scores
As a Noblitt Scholar, a student will receive one on one faculty mentoring exceptional opportunities for world travel, leadership training, and much more. Every Noblitt Scholar will receive financial assistance with enhanced scholarships up to full tuition. It encourages the students to get the full benefits of their STEM education.
The last date to apply is November 1, 2020.