The Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus is a satellite campus of Illinois Institute of Technology's Mies Campus (Formerly Main Campus) in Chicago. The Rice Campus caters to working professional graduate and upper-level undergraduate students with course offerings in information technology and management, industrial technology and management, engineering, science, and information technology certificates.
To meet the growing technological needs of Chicago's west suburban business and industrial community, Illinois Institute of Technology began offering classes in a temporary space in Glen Ellyn in 1986. Following a gift from the Rice Foundation of 19 acres of prime real estate in south Wheaton, the first building on the Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Campus opened in January of 1991.
The 54,000 square foot state-of-the-art building features extensive computer facilities, ForSec Forensics and Security Lab, Real-Time Communications Lab, Fabrication Lab, online classrooms and traditional classrooms.