TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A new scoreboard coming to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will be ranked as the third largest among Division III stadiums.

The $1 million gift is from alumnus Pat Noyes and his wife, Cindy. The scoreboard will be unveiled during the Fightin’ Engineers’ first home football game, September 10, and dedicated during a special ceremony on Homecoming, October 8. 

The 40½-foot-long, 22½-foot-high structure will showcase live in-game action, display game information and graphics, and highlight corporate and alumni sponsors.

“Pat and Cindy’s loyalty and support have been transformative to Rose-Hulman and our students,” said Rose-Hulman President, Robert A. Coons. “We continue to be grateful for their generosity in helping to support our facilities and our student’s personal growth; through leadership opportunities and their involvement in campus activities.”