Built in 1937, Steinhauer Fieldhouse is a historic, multipurpose indoor facility that houses track and field events as well as indoor practices for various Col
Kafadar Commons is a popular gathering spot at Mines.
With its stately proportions and skyward golden-domed tower visible from town, Guggenheim Hall is focal point of campus and an iconic symbol of Mines.
Our amazing Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum was started in 1874 and displays mineral, fossil, gemstone, meteorite and historic mining artifact exhibits on two floors.
The Edgar Experimental Mine in Idaho Springs provides students in mining engineering and other disciplines a unique opportunity for research and practical training in a variety of areas.
Coolbaugh House was built by former Mines president Melville F. Coolbaugh in 1922. It was designated a City of Golden Historic Landmark in 1985.
Colorado School of Mines is located in the heart of Golden, located at the mouth of Clear Creek Canyon, just 13 miles west of Denver.
The Center for Technology and Learning Media (CTLM) houses Computing, Communications and Information Technologies (CCIT), physics and computer labs, and Einstein Bros. Bagels, a popular dining spot.
Housing the Geology and Geological Engineering Department, Berthoud Hall opened its doors in 1940 and was named after Mines’ first geology professor, Edward L. Berthoud.
Alderson Hall currently houses the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department as well as the College of Applied Science and Engineering dean’s office.