Undergraduate


The Mines team will compete at the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl National Championship in March
Through the SIF, academic and industry partners, along with current faculty, students and alumni, can more easily access the university's world-class research equipment and instrumentation, as well as the technical expertise to use them.
The Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering at Mines will prepare engineers for careers working with one of the world’s most versatile materials. Among the industries that rely on ceramics and glass are semiconductors, electronics, defense, energy, healthcare, household goods, automotive and aerospace.
U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, the long-time congressman for Colorado's 7th District, was the distinguished speaker at today's ceremony. A total of 277 Orediggers were granted bachelor's degrees — including 11 members of the Mines football team playing in the NCAA DII Football Championship Game on Saturday.
Student teams worked on projects that addressed environmental, social problems associated with waste
A team that restored a 1927 Caterpillar Crawler Tractor for Lakewood Heritage Belmar Park took first at the annual design showcase at Mines.
The International Student Council hosted its annual celebration of the many cultures represented on the Mines campus Nov. 5
Lauren O’Sullivan, one of 10 college students nationwide to win a $5,000 BHE Foundation CARES Scholarship, was recognized for being a “fierce advocate for trans and nonbinary representation and inclusion in historically male-dominant institutions and fields.”
Starting in Fall 2023, Colorado School of Mines will begin offering a new bachelor’s degree in construction engineering to prepare students to enter high-demand jobs in a growing industry.
Baker, a 2022 CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year and three-time RMAC Champion in cross country and track and field, is the first Mines athlete to reach the Top 30 for the prestigious national honor.