Terre Haute, Indiana
Overlooking the rolling hills and farmlands of central Indiana, historic Terre Haute offers the friendliness and safety of a small town with the attractions of a midwestern city. With a population of 60,000, Terre Haute boasts scenic parks, theater, a symphony orchestra and a 10,000 seat university center that offers off-Broadway productions and famous musicians. Terre Haute is also home to two other institutions of higher learning. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has been consistently ranked as one of the best engineering schools in the United States (U.S. News and World Report). Located in a picturesque setting, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods is one of America’s oldest liberal arts colleges for women. Terre Haute is within a driving distance of 1-4 hours from Indianapolis, Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati. The state capitol, Indianapolis, home of the famous “Indy 500” automobile race, is about one hour’s drive from Terre Haute. For more information about Terre Haute and the surrounding area, click the links below.