New website celebrates the completion the Transforming Lives campaign and features the stories of the impact of nearly half a billion dollars invested at Mines.
Read stories of impact
All alumni are now officially members of the new, inclusive Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association with no dues. Click to learn more or to sign up for new opportunities.
We Are Mines: New Alumni Model
Platform helps students, faculty and staff bring to life projects they're passionate about.
Crowdfunding Arrives at Mines

Gift to Mines empowers new era in humanitarian engineering and corporate social responsibility.

Humanitarian Engineering program growing
Coors family and Mines family celebrate groundbreaking of CoorsTek Center
CoorsTek Coming Soon
Melissa Teague PhD '13 was selected as one of 105 recipients for the prestigious award.
Mines alumna receives Presidential Early Career Award

Recent News

President Johnson Hosts Call With Donors
President Paul Johnson talks with nearly 500 Orediggers for a live question and answer session.

Founding Buffalo Bills owner makes donation
A new construction engineering materials lab will be created from the gift.

Newmont challenges students
An all-women team won the top prize of $20,000 in the Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Newmont Mining.

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New, Dues-Free Model

We're reinventing our model for alumni engagement and outreach. This new dues-free, all-inclusive membership model will expand our network of alumni members from 6,000 to 26,000, enriching connection possibilities for alumni.

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Alumni Job Center

Employers and job-seeking alumni connect in the Alumni Job Center. Positions are for two+ years' experience. Visit for entry-level positions.

Alumni Online Community

Keeping in touch with your alumni association helps us keep you connected to other Miners. All alumni can now access the Online Alumni Directory. First time here? Register now for access to your alumni network.


From organizing networking events in your local area, to sharing your professional knowledge with students on campus, there are many ways to volunteer. Find out more.

Plan a regional event

Fort Collins, Tulsa, Sacramento and a number of other cities need M Club Leaders (Section Coordinators). Learn how to get involved with an M Club near you.