President Coolbaugh

President Coolbaugh

Coolbaugh Hall was built in 1951 and named after Mines’ longest-serving president, Melville C. Coolbaugh. It houses the Chemistry Department, as well as the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.

The Chemistry Department at Colorado School of Mines emphasizes education and research focused on solving problems of national and global interest. Students with a baccalaureate (BS) or advanced (MS or PhD) chemistry degrees from Mines can find employment in academic environments, high-tech start-ups, and research and development laboratories associated with practically every advanced technology field including medicine, computing, energy, agriculture and biotechnology.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado School of Mines is dedicated to advancing education and research in engineering the built and natural environments.

Learn more about Melville Coolbaugh from the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum.

Coolbaugh Hall

1012 14th Street
Golden, CO 80401

Street Address

1012 14th Street
Golden, CO 80401