Programs & Events

Wellness Skills Seminars

50 minute Zoom seminars open to all students interested in building skills to succeed. Check out our Wellness Skills Seminar topics!


Mondays 3:00–3:30 pm MST for the duration of Spring 2020

Join us wherever you are for an online guided mindfulness meditation to calm and quiet your mind. We had a GREAT turnout at MINDFUL MONDAYS over the years and are glad to be able to offer it virtually! Join us and practice your own self-care during this time. Mindfulness meditation has tons of benefits and can be a welcomed break in your routine. Plus, this format can give you a chance to connect with others at Mines as we take care of ourselves together.

**Click Link to Join @ 3:00pm!**
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Never tried MINDFUL MONDAYS? New to Meditation? Here is some helpful information for you.
Mindfulness is paying attention to your present moment experiences with openness, curiosity, and a willingness to be with what is. It’s a great way to boost your concentration, feel more engaged in your life, and manage stressful experiences with greater ease. The group is facilitated from a secular, evidence-based perspective and incorporates relevant research whenever possible. Facilitators include staff from various departments on campus and students who are involved with OMM (Organization of Meditators at Mines).

Here’s what to expect each week:
-Short introduction to that day’s topic
-15-20 minute guided meditation
-Brief check-in/Q&A

Whether you’re brand new to meditation or mindfulness or already have an established practice, we’d love to have you! All Mines students, faculty and staff are welcome – come as you are!

Mines For Recovery

A.S.A.P Student Resources

Typically, Mines for Recovery meets once a week on campus. At this time, Mines for Recovery members are connecting virtually and via phone. Please contact Brent at 307-277-2116.
Our purpose is to provide a safe space for Mines students to meet and receive/offer peer support for drug and alcohol abuse.
Appropriate students to attend include those who are:
i. In recovery.
ii. Have a drug/alcohol addiction
iii. Are questioning if they have a drug/alcohol addiction.
iv. Have abused drugs or alcohol.
v. Desire to learn more to support a friend/peer/family member of concern.
This group is voluntary, anonymous, and student-led. Please join us.

2019-2020 Peer Student Contacts: Brent 307-277-2116