Student Life


Fostering a signature student experience at Colorado School of Mines, with deliberate professional development, best-in-class student success outcomes and return on investment, is one of the core pillars of the MINES@150 Strategic Plan.
An apartment-style residence hall for sophomores and upper-class students, 1750 Jackson has received the highest certification given to sustainable building projects by the U.S. Green Building Council.
The Mines Activities Council is working closely with university leadership, Jefferson County and the city of Golden to ensure all in-person E-Days activities adhere to the very latest COVID-19 guidance and restrictions.
The Offices of Student Life and Academic Affairs at Colorado School of Mines are excited to announce today the appointments of Professor Toni Lefton as Assistant Provost for the Signature Student
More than 8,000 interviews and conversations took place between students and employers over the first two Fall Career Days. The third and final day is set for October 17.
Only 30 chapters in the U.S. and Canada received the prestigious national award in 2020.
New students placed their 10-pound rocks on a temporary M near the intramural fields last week until they can be relocated to Mount Zion.
Mines students began moving into the apartment-style residence hall Aug.1 in advance of the first day of fall classes on Aug. 24.
“My biggest piece of advice for students is to be proactive and not wait,” Career Center Director Wendy Winter-Searcy said.
Built in 1908 and permanently lit since 1932, the Mount Zion emblem is visible well beyond the Mines campus and the city of Golden. It will be red – in the shape of a heart – every night through the end of the semester.