colorado school of mines parent portal

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What can students use the portal for?

Students use it to enroll in courses, check grades, view financial aid, and view billing accounts. Faculty can use the portal to see class rosters, communicate with students and post grades. What's Inside? Registration, grades, academic profile, transcripts, financial aid, pay fees & more.

What is trailhead portal?

Trailhead is a secure portal that provide students, faculty, staff and affiliates with access to multiple institutional resources of services and information. It is used by users to check personal information, view accounts and stay in touch with peers.

What is the mines career center?

The Mines Career Center’s 2019-20 Annual Report shows recent graduates are thriving, with nearly all of them employed in industry or government, serving in the military or continuing their education, with starting salaries that rank them among the most highly paid among their peers nationally.

What is the oldest Peace Corps program in Colorado?

Mines' Peace Corps program, the oldest in Colorado, prepares students to be volunteers and citizens of the world. Learn More Peace Corps Prep. New Beginnings. Mines holds undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies May 13-15.

Is Colorado School of Mines a public university?

These tools are helping Orediggers stay safe while sticking together. Colorado School of Mines is a public research university focused on science and engineering , where students and faculty together address the great challenges society faces today—particularly those related to the Earth, energy and the environment.

When was Colorado School of Mines founded?

Founded in 1874 , Colorado School of Mines is a public institution known globally for the quality of its distinctive graduates, the success of its alumni and its unique expertise in topics related to earth, energy and the environment.

Does mines abet require a PE license?

While Mines ABET accredited engineering degrees are not designed to lead to licensure, these degrees will meet the educational component for obtaining a Professional Engineering (PE) license in Colorado. Mines has not determined whether its degree meets specific educational requirements for professional licensure in other states.


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