Colorado School of Mines

Location
Golden, Colorado
Student Size
~7,100 Undergraduate, Graduate and Non-Degree Students
College Type
A Top-Ranked, Public Research University Specializing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Acceptance Rate
55%
Student To Faculty Ratio
17:1:1

ABOUT

Colorado School of Mines is one of the nation’s top public STEM universities founded in 1874 to provide the engineers and scientists needed to power the emerging industrial age. Today, Mines students continue to earn future-focused degrees in programs such as quantum engineering, space resources and quantitative biosciences, as well as world-renowned mechanical, electrical, and mining engineering programs, among many others. With iconic outdoor spaces to the west and downtown Denver just 15 minutes east of campus, Mines students enjoy some of the state’s most celebrated recreational areas and unparalleled job and internship opportunities.

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