Office of Graduate Studies

We are committed to your success as a graduate student! As you pursue your educational goals, our number one priority is to provide you quality service throughout your graduate journey, from application to graduation. Please contact us with any questions you may have about the admission process, institutional policies and procedures, and steps needed to successfully complete your degree.

Office of Graduate Studies

Academic Services Staff Location
Student Center – Suite E140
303-273-3247

Hours:
Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm

Walk-in Hours for Student Assistance*
Monday – Friday
9 am – 11:30 am and 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
or by appointment.
For appointments, please email grad.services@mines.edu
*Unless staff are at meetings on campus or other extenuating circumstances.

Admissions Staff Location: Effective November 27th, Graduate Admissions is moving to 1600 Jackson St, Ste 150. for their location and hours, click here. Graduate Academic Services will remain in the Student Center.

Open Office Hours for Graduate Students

Dr. Wendy Zhou (Graduate Dean):
Wednesdays: 11 AM-12 PM, Guggenheim Hall (GH) – 324

Dr. Roel Snieder (Professor of Professional Development Education):
Thursdays: 3-4 PM, Hill Hall (HH) – 206A

Mission Statement

The mission of the Office of Graduate Studies at Colorado School of Mines is to provide exemplary student service and academic support to a globally diverse population, from recruitment to graduation.

News

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