AOL Web Search

  1. About 32,600,000 search results
  1. Web results:
  2. Rice University

    www.rice.edu

    Rice University is a comprehensive research university in Houston, Texas. Rice produces Houston’s next generation of leaders and advances tomorrow’s thinking.

  3. Boasting a 300-acre tree-lined campus in Houston, Rice University is ranked among the nation’s top 20 universities by U.S. News & World Report. Rice has a 6-to-1 undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio, and a residential college system, which supports students intellectually, emotionally and culturally through social events, intramural sports, student plays, lectures series, courses and student government.

  4. Academics | Rice University

    www.rice.edu/academics

    RICE > Academics. As a leading and interdisciplinary research university, Rice is devoted to generating significant positive potential for society by championing the spirit of inquiry, imagination and individual action. MAJORS, MINORS AND PROGRAMS RESEARCH CENTERS, INSTITUTES AND GROUPS. Rice offers more than 50 undergraduate majors across six divisions of study, including architecture, engineering, humanities, music, natural sciences and social sciences.

  5. Welcome | Rice University

    welcome.rice.edu

    welcome@rice.edu. * For Rice undergraduate admission questions, please contact the Office of Admission at 713-348-RICE (7423) or admission@rice.edu. Welcome - Your weekly invitation to public events at Rice. Rice Events - Weekly invitation to events at Rice for community leaders. Rice News - a weekly publication with news and features about Rice University.

  6. Admission & Aid | Rice University

    www.rice.edu/admission-aid

    Welcome to Rice. Here, you will discover a place that is passionate about teaching, undergraduate research and leadership development. We are a diverse community and support a student body from all economic backgrounds and ethnicities. Office of Admission Apply to Rice Visit Undergraduate Cost and Aid.

  7. Rice University - Wikipedia

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice_University

    William Marsh Rice University (Rice University) is a private research university in Houston, Texas. It is on a 300-acre campus near the Houston Museum District and adjacent to the Texas Medical Center. Opened in 1912 as the Rice Institute after the murder of its namesake William Marsh Rice, Rice is a research university with an undergraduate focus. Its emphasis on undergraduate education is demonstrated by its 6:1 student-faculty ratio.

  8. Majors, Minors and Programs | Rice University

    www.rice.edu/majors-minors-and-programs

    Majors, Minors and Programs. Rice offers more than 50 undergraduate majors across seven divisions of study, including architecture, business, engineering, humanities, music, natural sciences and social sciences, with multiple opportunities for research and collaboration. You can learn more about each major and minor by clicking on the links below. UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS RESEARCH CENTERS, INSTITUTES AND GROUPS.

  9. Fostering diversity and an intellectual environment, Rice University is a comprehensive research university located on a 300-acre tree-lined campus in Houston, Texas. Rice produces the next generation of leaders and advances tomorrow’s thinking.

  10. First Year Domestic Applicants | Office of Admission - Rice...

    admission.rice.edu/apply/first-year-domestic-applicants

    Fostering diversity and an intellectual environment, Rice University is a comprehensive research university located on a 300-acre tree-lined campus in Houston, Texas. Rice produces the next generation of leaders and advances tomorrow’s thinking.

  11. Rice Athletics | Rice University

    www.rice.edu/athletics

    About Rice. At a Glance. Overview of Rice; Rice and NASA; Traditions; EarthCam; Mission and Values; University Leadership; Rice in the Community; Employment Opportunities; Global Rice; Rice News; V2C2; Academics. Academics Overview; Schools. George R. Brown School of Engineering; Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business; School of Architecture; School of Humanities