Colorado School of Mines
Accessibility at Mines
Colorado School of Mines is committed to providing equal access to university courses, programs and activities for students, faculty, staff and community members with a disability. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, university personnel work with qualified community members and guests to ensure equal access wherever and whenever possible.
Accessibility for Students
Disability Support Services (DSS) is the office to contact for students, parents, and faculty who seek information about disability accommodations for students, including documentation guidelines and types of accommodations available at Mines.
Accessibility for Mines Employees
Employees with accessibility or disability concerns (and managers looking to ensure access for employees, including student employees) should contact the ADA Coordinator, Craig Hess, in the Colorado School of Mines Human Resources Office. The HR office is located in Guggenheim Hall, suite 110. You may also reach the office at 303-273-3250 or HR@mines.edu.
Physical Accessibility On Campus
Buildings and grounds physical accessibility
Mines community members and visitors may contact Jason Slowinski at firstname.lastname@example.org for concerns regarding the physical accessibility of Mines buildings and grounds.
LOOKING AHEAD TO MINES@150
As Colorado School of Mines prepares for our 150th anniversary in 2024, dynamic and disruptive change is all around us. MINES@150 is our plan to position Mines for future success.
It calls for change, but also to stay true to our timeless mission, pillars and core values. MINES@150 leverages our size, location, and history, ensuring that our graduates will continue to be distinctive and highly valued, placing Mines at the frontiers of STEM education, research and innovation, and elevating our status among the world’s top universities.