Mt. Zion is a prominent peak in Golden, Colorado that sports the Mines M.
The Student Recreation Center (SRC) is a major hub on the Mines campus for athletics, fitness, indoor recreation and more.
Looking for a climbing wall? Need to rent gear for an outdoor adventure? Need help with your bike? The Outdoor Recreation Center keeps you in the game and on the trail.
Marv Kay Stadium at Campbell Field and the Harold M. and Patricia M. Korell Athletics Center combine to provide Colorado School of Mines football one of the best and most modern homes in NCAA Division II.
Lockridge Arena is located inside the Student Recreation Center is a popular event venue on campus and serves as the home for the Oredigger men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball teams.
Kafadar Commons is a popular gathering spot at Mines.
The Intramural Fields are is used for events like E-Days and Celebration of Mines as well as extracurricular intramural (IM) sports, including flag football, soccer, volleyball and kickball.
The Green Center is a primary event space on campus with a grand lobby, which acts as an exhibit area, two lecture halls (Metals and Petroleum), reception halls (Friedhoff 1, 2 and 3) and Bunker Auditorium, a 1,100-seat theater.
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.
Experience Oredigger Division II athletics in state-of-the-art facilities at the Clear Creek Athletic Complex. Go Orediggers!
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 Ben H. Parker Student Center is the central hub for activity at Mines providing meeting and event space for the campus. It also houses the Periodic Table Food Court and the Mines Campus Bookstore.
Arthur Lakes Library is a hub for students on campus offering a wide range of services and study spaces to make it your home away from home.