Colorado School of Mines is the No. 24 public university in the nation, according to the latest rankings from Niche. The college ranking site based its analysis on academic, admissions, financial and
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I feel very, very fortunate to be at Mines. I returned to school in my thirties to pursue a career as an engineer
"Mines is honored to have a second building recognized as LEED Platinum, and we intend to follow the highest standards of sustainability in future construction projects," said Kirsten Volpi, executive vice president and chief operating officer.
At Mines, bachelor’s degree recipients reported a median salary of $79,300 during the first five years after graduation and $148,700 after 10 or more years of work experience, according to PayScale's 2021 College Salary Report.
The Grandey Leadership by Design First-Year Honors Experience will teach first-year students leadership principles alongside ethics, communication, innovation and entrepreneurship, and research and design skills.
Mines was also recognized for its support of student veterans, innovation, undergraduate computer science program and undergraduate teaching in the annual rankings.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? My background is mining engineering and I want to continue on my academic life to earn a PhD. I started looking for
The Rocky Mountain Industrial Assessment Center will result in shared courses where students from both institutions can learn about how to improve energy efficiency in the building and manufacturing industry.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? I was drawn to Mines for a variety of reasons. The school's reputation for providing rigorous academic and research
John Trefny, the 15th president of Colorado School of Mines and professor emeritus of physics, has been named a 2021 Sigma Xi Fellow.