Student Activities


The traditional M Climb up Mount Zion returns this week after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
“Long hours of training both on campus and in the Edgar Experimental Mine paid off for our Mines team," mechanical engineering freshman CJ Kaufman said.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers student competition is "like ‘Jeopardy!’ but for petroleum engineers," says team co-captain Niels Snow.
Recruiters from more than 230 companies and organizations braved the weather Feb. 4 to share their job and internship opportunities with current Mines students and recent grads.
For the second year in a row, Climax Molybdenum engaged Colorado School of Mines students to think outside the box about the company's Colorado assets.
Parker Bolstad, an environmental engineering major, is the first Mines student to win the prestigious graduate fellowship to study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.