There are a variety of other administrative policies at Mines promulgated by the President, Vice Presidents, and other chief administrators (e.g., Chief Information Officer, Associate Vice President of Human Resources).  Campus-wide administrative policies generally apply broadly and have an impact on a substantial segment of the campus population.

These policies may do any of the following:

  • Authorize or constrain actions to enhance the University mission and operational efficiency;
  • Mitigate and manage institutional risk;
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Policies by subject

Board of Trustees Policies

The Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees has legal control and management of the School and its property and may make any bylaws or regulations for the management and governance of the School not inconsistent with state law (§ 23-41-104(1), C.R.S. (2012)).

Academic policies

Faculty Handbook, Academic Procedures, Student Catalogue, etc.

external relations policies

Media, Marketing, Government Relations, etc.

human resources policies

Personnel Files, Overtime, School Closure, etc.

research policies

Conflict of Interest, Intellectual Property, Budget Exception, Direct Charging, etc.

student policies

Honor Code, Disciplinary Action, Campus Housing, etc.

data policies

Data Code of Conduct, Student and Administrative Privacy, Security Cameras, etc.

financial policies

Travel, Procurement, Cash Handling, Budget, etc.

Information Technology Policies

E-Mail, Data access, Security, etc.

Safety, Facilities, Parking, and Property Policies

Parking, Facilities Use, Firearms, Chemical, etc.

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