Undergraduate tuition for the 2022-23 school year will be $54,100, an increase of $2,030 over the current year. The total cost, including $15,000 for on-campus room and board and $863 in mandatory fees, will increase 3.5% to $69,963.
President Leebron committed Rice to “doing all we do at the highest level … regardless of the challenges we face” in his State of the University address to faculty.
Creative writing program offers unique opportunity to learn from America’s foremost writers and scholars.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo visited the popular polling place in Rice Stadium Oct. 20 and was presented with a “Rice Votes” T-shirt by Hanszen College junior Mason Reece, the election judge for Precinct 361.
Rice University alumnus Robert T. Ladd ’78 has been elected chair of the Rice Board of Trustees, effective July 1.
U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, met with Robert Curl, Rice's Kenneth S. Pitzer-Schlumberger Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and a Nobel laureate, before convening his second annual Healthcare Innovation Summit Feb. 20 at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies' Anderson-Clarke Center.
The Rice soccer team's offseason training program featured a stiff test Jan. 24 at Holloway Field: an exhibition match against the Costa Rica women's national team.
Rice is on pace to double research funding by 2027 thanks to faculty success in attracting large, programmatic grants.
Rice University has unveiled a new initiative to make higher education more affordable by dramatically expanding financial aid provided to students from low-income families to those with incomes up to $200,000.