Need help or have questions? Contact the CS Graduate Program Manager at email@example.com or 303-273-3658.
MINES CAMPUS RESOURCES
CS DEPARTMENT RESOURCES
- CS Graduate Program CANVAS page: All current students have access to this one-stop resource for advising and policy questions. The CANVAS page consolidates links to resources from across Mines and contains lots of helpful information!
- Graduate Student Listserv: All current students are subscribed to the CS Graduate Student Listserv – Watch for important messages from the department!
- Mailboxes: All enrolled thesis-based graduate students have a mailbox in BB W350.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT RESOURCES
The Center of Academic Services and Advising provides links to valuable resources related to time management & productivity, the importance of sleep, stress management, test anxiety, focus aids and more. Check out the tools & strategies on this resource page to help you be academically successful!
The Academic Calendar provides important deadline information enforced by Mines.
The Career Center provides many valuable resources to students including: job searching support and strategies, choosing a career path, career day(s), cover letter, resume, and mock interview services, recruiting events, and graduation check-out requirements. ALL students should connect with the Career Center and explore the the valuable resources and services this office provides.
The Office of Graduate Studies provides additional student services and academic support, from recruitment to graduation. Check out the Quick Reference Guide for important information regarding your Advisor and Thesis Committee, Degree Audit, Admission to Candidacy, and more! The Forms website contains important forms which you will need to reference throughout your academic career at Mines.
CS graduate seminars are typically held on Thursdays at 4:00pm. Watch for email announcements. All graduate students are EXPECTED to attend graduate seminars hosted by the CS Department.
The Graduate Catalog provides academic policies and program requirements. This is an important resource for all students.