Additional Resources

Additional Resources

Please select from the topics below for more information about resources for military and veterans.

University Resources

Student Life

Your resource to access all of the resources available to Mines students on campus, related to everything from clubs, advising, recreation, athletics, health & wellness, and more.

Center for Advising and Academic Support (CASA)

Learn more about advising and academic support at Mines and Meet your CASA advisor.

Career Center

Supporting Mines students and recent graduates in reaching their career path goals by serving as the bridge between employers and students.


Health & Wellness

Supporting Mines students and employees in leading a healthy, balanced, and connected life. Resources include Counseling Center, Dental Clinic, Student Health Center, Student Wellness Promotion, Student Health Insurance, and the Student Recreation Center.

CSM Disability Support Services (DSS)

The Disability Support Services staff works with qualified undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to manage the impact of their disability on learning and living at Mines.

Residence Life & Housing

Residence Life & Housing provides resources about on-campus housing, meal plans, and living communities.

Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership (SAIL) 

The SAIL office helps cultivate a uniquely Mines signature student experience through endless involvement and leadership opportunities. Visit to find ways to get involved with campus organizations and events like Homecoming, E-Days, Friends & Family Weekends, and the Celebration of Mines!

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Programs

The Colorado School of Mines Department of Military Science offers Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC Programs:

Federal & State Resources

US Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA)

VA GI Bill® Web Site –
888-GIBILL-1 (1-888-442-4551)
M-F 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM MT


Federal Tuition Assistance

Each individual branch of the U.S. Armed Forces establishes service specific criteria to manage Tuition Assistance (TA) through the Department of Defense (DoD) for service members. In general, eligible active-duty service members can receive TA at a rate of $250 per semester hour cap with an annual ceiling of $4,500. For Service specific TA policies and procedures, visit the voluntary education websites below:

Army TA Instructions   |    ArmyIgnitED Portal

Marine Corps TA Instructions    |    WebTA Portal

Navy TA Instructions    |    MyNavy Education Portal

Air Force TA Instructions    |    Air Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC) Portal

Coast Guard TA Instructions    |    Education & Training Quota Management Command (ETQC) Portal

State Tuition Assistance


US Department of Labor
Local Resources

Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

Jefferson County Workforce Center for Veterans
3500 Illinois St, Suite 1600
Golden, CO 80401

Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center

American Legion
American Legion Post 21
500 9th Street, Golden CO 80401

Veterans of Foreign Wars
VFW Post 4171
15625 W. 10th Ave, Golden CO 80401

American Military Family
P.O. Box 238
Firestone, CO 80520
484-544-3211 ***VETERAN GY6 CALLS ONLY***
720-634-5098 ***LICENSE PLATE***


Call Vets4Warriors 24/7 Veterans Peer Support

You Are NEVER Alone — A Veteran is Ready to Take Your Call:  1-855-838-8255

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at

Contact Us

Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm

Veterans Services
Registrar's Office
Student Center E280
1200 16th Street
Golden, CO 80401

P: 303-273-3200
F: 303-384-2253