Alumni engineers help send Orion to deep space. Read more.
From Mines to Mars
Subsurface life forms that don’t need the sun may hold the key to understanding the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe.
Going Deep for Far-Out Life
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Engineering Your Connections
Are you looking for your next job and the network to help you land it? Your association offers resume-forwarding, the online job board, and lots of helpful resources. Read more.
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Recent News

Professor, Dancer Create Anti-Injury Activewear Technology
Terry Lowe (Mines professor) oversees the Anti-Injury Activewear research team, who are making great strides.

Unearthing Moon's "Ocean of Storms"
Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Associate Professor Jeff Andrews-Hanna is the lead author of a study documenting the discovery of a giant rectangular structure (roughly 1,600 miles across) on the nearside of the moon.

Best in English Fiction
Voted on by peers such as Margaret Atwood and Salman Rushdie, the inaugural Folio Prize went to George Saunders ’81.


CSMAA Membership

Annual or lifetime membership in the alumni association unlocks your access to a powerful network, which includes the Online Alumni Directory, the Alumni Job Center and Legacy Grants for your children and grandchildren.

Alumni Job Center

Employers and job-seeking alumni connect in the job center. Dues-paying CSMAA members enjoy special perks in the job center. Not a member? Join today. Looking for talent? Post your job here.

Alumni Online Community

Keeping in touch with your alumni association helps us keep you connected to other Miners. Dues-paying members can 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

New York City, Tulsa, Las Vegas, NV and a number of other cities need Section Coordinators. Learn how to get involved with your section.