On the 150th anniversary of the Territorial Assembly establishing Colorado School of Mines as a publicly supported institute of higher education, the campus community came together to celebrate Mines' newest building, the 37,000-square-foot Labriola Innovation Hub.
Let’s make the sesquicentennial edition of #idigmines Giving Day the most successful ever! 
The District is home to one of the largest collections of innovation and maker spaces on any university campus in the U.S.
Building on an indelible legacy, Mines continues to provide industry with the technology — and leaders — needed for the next 150 years and beyond.
Mines will be celebrating its sesquicentennial with special events and activities throughout 2024, starting with Founders Week in February.
Before the celebration of Colorado School of Mines' 150th anniversary gets underway in 2024, let's raise a toast to the milestones of 2023.
Denver entrepreneur Joe Cornell has made an estate gift to Mines that should, at its peak and in perpetuity, fund half of 50 rural students’ tuition and half of their board while they live on campus
Five new apartment buildings will open at Mines Park in Fall 2025, more than doubling the total number of on-campus beds for upper-division undergrads, grad students and grad student families.
Victoria Bill and Zach Bennett have joined Mines as the inaugural directors of two foundational pieces of the E&I Ecosystem: the Labriola Innovation Hub and Beck Venture Center.
Kerry Siggins ’01, Kari Gonzales ’02 and Kim Alanis ’04 MS ’05 say that playing Oredigger softball created a support system that kept them at Mines through tough personal struggles while teaching them