CS@Mines Student Organizations

Welcoming All Students

  • ACM is a Mines student run chapter that hosts tech talks, programming competitions and creates projects for the Mines campus and beyond.
  • ACM-W is a student run chapter that celebrates and supports women in computing. Their goal is to bridge the “tech-gap” & encourage diversity in STEM.
  • LUG is a student organization of Linux users and enthusiasts. LUG’s goal is to be the center of knowledge for everything Linux in the Mines community.
  • The Robotics Club is dedicated to learning and advancing the future of robotics through its various teams that go around the country to compete in robotics design challenges.
  • The Mines Sports Analytics Club (MSAC) is a community of sports enthusiasts who are looking to apply their technical interests to their passions in sports.
  • The Data Analytix Association @ Mines (DAAM) is an organization that was created to provide a platform for students at Mines to learn about data analytics, connect with colleagues and professionals, and showcase their projects outside of the classroom.
  • The Mines Game Development Club (MGDC) is a club that teaches students fundamental skills required to develop video games on a range from beginner to advanced. The club will hold creative workshops and work sessions where club members are invited to develop their video games.
  • The Colorado School of Mines Cyber-Security Club (OreSec) competes in national cyber defense competitions and hosts student-led talks on topics of computer security, cryptography, and more.

WHAT WILL YOU GET OUT OF BEING PART OF A STUDENT ORG?

  1. Exhibit responsible decision-making and accountability for themselves and peers
  2. Develop critical and reflective thinking abilities throughout their programmatic efforts
  3. Exhibit the ability to work effectively with those different from themselves
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics and effective teamwork
  5. Develop a range of leadership skills and abilities such as effectively leading change, resolving conflict and motivating others
  6. Grow in understanding of organizational knowledge from a range of areas including policies, procedures, finances, planning and more.