Every Oredigger is a comprehensive campus-wide initiative to encourage wellbeing — in all its dimensions — among all members of the Colorado School of Mines community, students, faculty and staff. Together, we pledge to be a community where personal and collective wellness is prioritized and everyone is encouraged and empowered to be the best versions of themselves. 

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Every Oredigger: Equipped for Life

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You@Mines: Tackling the College Experience

W. LLOYD WRIGHT STUDENT WELLNESS CENTER

W. Lloyd Wright Student Wellness Center

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Student outreach & support (SOS) TEam

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Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Trainings

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Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (C-SEAP)

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Center for Academic Services and Advising

FAILURE FRIDAY

We all make mistakes sometimes. Even Mines professors, administrators and students—despite our apparent awesomeness. But you know what? Failure is OK. Nobody is perfect. In the moment, however, it can be hard to remember that.

At Mines, we climb together—and we can all learn from failure.

Physical
Wellness

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Promoting positive health and help prevent physical illness.


Emotional
Wellness

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Identify, understand, and manage your range of emotions. 


Social
Wellness

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Establishing community connections and relationships 


Environmental
Wellness

Environmental wellnessMeeting basic needs and feeling a sense of security.


Intellectual
Wellness

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Finding meaning in what you do each day. 


Spiritual
Wellness

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Living according to a set of guiding beliefs or values.


Financial
Wellness

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Managing your money in a way that gives you peace of mind.

“I have not failed. I have just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”

– Thomas A. Edison