Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has chosen Lisa Norton to be dean of admissions. She has served as the school's director of admissions since 2007. August 15, 2013

News Release

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – Lisa Norton has been appointed dean of admissions at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. She supervises a staff of professionals that process more than 5,000 applications for each freshman class; coordinate hundreds of college fairs, high school and campus visits; and contact prospective students through publications, calls, e-mails and social media.

Norton has been a member of Rose-Hulman’s Office of Admissions for 15 years, serving as director of admissions since 2007, and earned the President's Outstanding Service Award earlier this year.

Professionally, Norton recently completed a four-year term as an officer of the Indiana Association of College Admissions Counseling (IACAC), serving a year as president, past-president, president-elect and secretary. As past-president, she was the chief delegate for the national association’s convention. She has also chaired the IACAC’s educational calendar committee for five years, coordinating the statewide college fairs.

Norton has also assisted with the Independent Colleges of Indiana’s high school counselor breakfast, summer college campus tours and admissions directors’ professional development roundtables.

In Vigo County, Norton has helped organize the Wabash Valley College Fair and the Vigo County College Coalition.

About Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Founded in 1874, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is dedicated to preparing its students with the world’s best undergraduate science, engineering, and mathematics education in an environment infused with innovation, intellectual rigor, and individualized attention. The college, located in Terre Haute, Indiana, has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 undergraduate students and 100 graduate students. For 14 consecutive years, Rose-Hulman has been rated as the top undergraduate engineering college in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Rose-Hulman has also been recognized by The Princeton Review, which cited six of the institute’s professors within their 2012 “Best 300 Professors” book, the only institution of higher learning in Indiana to be included. Learn more at

Source: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

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