Student Life

Set for April 11-13, E-Days is one of the most anticipated student events of the academic year. This year is no different as Mines celebrates its 150th anniversary.
The two-day event on Jan. 30-31 offers myriad opportunities for Mines students to network with potential employers from a variety of industries.
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.
The Challenge Summer Bridge Program at Colorado School of Mines has received the 2023 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and
Colorado School of Mines students will set aside their studies this weekend for three days of events and activities celebrating what it means to be an engineer.
First formed in 1969, the Mines cheerleading team has become a stalwart part of upholding what it means to be an Oredigger—and encouraging their peers to show off their school pride and maintain the close camaraderie that Mines students and graduates share.
More than 300 companies and organizations were represented at the spring recruitment event, which was held over two days for the first time in Mines history.
Established in 2021, the designations from the Colorado Department of Higher Education recognize institutions of higher education for their work to end hunger and address the mental health needs of their students.
Mines students spent six weeks designing and building the ultimate fighter robots for a "Battlebots" style competition on campus.
The decorated distance runner and student researcher is the first Mines student-athlete to reach the finals for the prestigious national award. NCAA will announce the winner at its annual convention in January.