The College Years

Upon graduation from high school, I began my career as a college student. Turning down a nearly full ride to various Christian Colleges, I decided to attend Rose-Hulman institute of Technology, where I would major in Chemical Engineering and minor in Spanish (and possibly Economics). In keeping with the precedent I set for myself in high-school, I bacome even more involved in college than I was in high school.

My RHIT Homepage is still a part of the chipbennett.net network, and lists and links to many of the the activities and organizations I was involved in.

After five of the most enjoyable years of my life, I graduated from Rose-Hulman in May 2000, with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, as well as a minor in Spanish (Latin American Studies emphasis). I missed the Economics minor by two courses.

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