Homework isn’t always easy. That’s why AskRose is here to help. It’s a free math and science tutoring service for Indiana and other students in grades 6-12.
Tutors are Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students who major in math, science or engineering—which means they’re more than equipped to help with virtually any math or science homework problem.
Student privacy is always protected, and students are never asked for their last name or phone number. AskRose is funded by Lilly Endowment Inc. and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
The program is certified by the National Tutoring Association.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is a private, fully accredited engineering and science college located in Terre Haute, Indiana. Since 1999, U.S. News & World Report’s survey of higher education lists Rose-Hulman as the #1 engineering institution whose highest degree is a bachelor’s or master’s.
7 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Eastern Time)
Sunday – Thursday
August – May
Open August 9
Closed October 8
Closed November 22-28
Closed December 20 – January 2
Closed for summer May 27
AskRose Office (Daytime)
Office phone: (812) 877-8319
Fax: (812) 877-8175
Address: 5500 Wabash Ave. CM 82, Terre Haute, IN 47803
Susan Smith Roads, Director
Lindsay Hull, Associate Director for Operations and Education
Tony Karras, Assistant Director for Outreach and Planning
"As a teacher and a parent, I know this program works. My son called for help on calculus homework and instead of just getting an answer, he walked away with a real understanding of problem solving. He was able to work with someone closer to his own age who speaks his language, which helped him understand the steps and retain the information."
-Kent Messick, Science Teacher, Wood Memorial Jr./Sr. High School, Oakland City
"I cannot express how thankful I am for the Homework Hotline. My tutor really reinforced some principles that we’re working with [in class] right now and made me feel relieved."
"Homework Hotline has been a savior for many of my students who become stuck or frustrated at home by a particular problem or set of problems. The tutors are very friendly and helpful, and their suggestions help my students remember what they learn in the classroom."
-Sandy Cowgill, Math Teacher and Department Chairperson, Muncie Central High School