The WISEM house was built in 1936. It houses the Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics (WISEM) Program.
The W. Lloyd Wright Student Wellness Center provides health and dental services as well as counseling services to students at Mines.
The TEAM-UP house was built in 1930 and is home to the Teacher Education Alliance Mines-UNC Partnership or TEAM-UP.
All campus tours for prospective Orediggers start at the Starzer Welcome Center. It’s also home to the Colorado School of Mines Foundation and Alumni Association.
The Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP) plays a significant role in promoting Mines’ ongoing commitment creating a more diverse and inclusive learning community.
Elm Hall was built in 2014 and is Mines’ newest housing option. It’s also home to Mines Market, the primary dining facility for Mines.
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.
The Center for Academic Services and Advising (CASA) is a tutoring and testing center.
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.