Student Emergency Fund

This campaign ended on November 01, 2017, but you can still make a gift to Colorado School of Mines by clicking here!

Support Mines Students Experiencing Hardships

We have more than 450 students from the Gulf Coast region, as well as many more impacted by the current fires burning across the country, and Mines is their home away from home. Our Oredigger values are grounded in providing support during their time of need, especially in the wake of these natural disasters.

Extraordinary circumstances like Hurricane Harvey, an unhealthy living situation, or a death in the family can be hard to process while also managing the daily responsibilities of being a Mines student.

Your support for the Student Emergency Fund will provide students with resources like:

  • Funding for clothing, school supplies or computers for students who lost housing to a fire, flood, natural disaster, or other emergency.
  • Grocery money or a meal plan for a student who is struggling to pay for basic needs.
  • Travel expenses so a student can attend a family member's funeral or assist their family during a time of need.
  • Rent or living expenses to make a transition or move out of an unhealthy living situation.

Thank you for providing a lifeline for a student in crisis!

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Thumb avatar cuofco stack 4cpCredit Union of Colorado matched $2,500
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Picture?height=150&width=150Daniel Martinez gave $500 because $500 was donated in 7 days.