At Mines, we do more than focus on science, engineering and mathematics. We inspire students to be innovators, experts and entrepreneurs and address the greatest challenges that face our planet (and beyond). We work to enroll a graduate community that is diverse in background, culture, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, and professional and life experiences. As you learn more about our graduate programs and community, we believe you will find that Mines offers an unparalleled combination of technical expertise, extensive employer and alumni networks, strong faculty mentorship and a well-rounded research environment.
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I enjoy the availability of the campus. There are almost always activities being hosted by the frats/ sororities as well as school events. The campus is almost always open and available whenever you need it.
The best part of Mines to me was the community of the Traditional Hall roommates. It was fun and I felt like I was included in things, which helps with doing fun things around campus.
My least favorite part of Mines was either the Mines Market food (school cafeteria) or my Physics 1 class because of how bad they taught it.