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2016 Undergraduate Tuition
$15,690
$34,020 Out-of-State
$25,097
After Financial Aid
2014 Student Loan
0.8%
Default Rate
2016 Acceptance Rate
40.4%
12,284 Applicants
2016 Enrolled Students
6,069
90.4% full-time
2016 Graduation Rate
76.9%
672 Graduates

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Costs

The median in-state tuition at Colorado School of Mines is $15,690, which is $8,699 more than the national median in-state tuition of $6,991. The cost of out-of-state tuition is $34,020, which is 216% of the cost for in-state students, and is $15,644 more than the national median out-of-state tuition of $18,376.

After taking grants and loans into account, the average net price for students is $25,097.

In 2016, 64% of undergraduate students received federal grants, while 42% of undergraduate students received federal loans.

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Admissions

Colorado School of Mines received 12,284 undergraduate applications in 2016, which represents a 4.53% annual growth. Out of those 12,284 applicants, 4,957 students were accepted for enrollment, representing a 40.4% acceptance rate.

There were 6,069 students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines in 2016, and 30% of first-time enrollees submitted SAT scores with their applications.

Colorado School of Mines has an overall enrollment yield of 19.7%, which represents the number of admitted students who ended up enrolling.

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Enrollment

Colorado School of Mines has a total enrollment of 6,069 students. The full-time enrollment at Colorado School of Mines is 5,487 students and the part-time enrollment is 582. This means that 90.4% of students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines are enrolled full-time.

The enrolled student population at Colorado School of Mines, both undergraduate and graduate, is 70.2% White, 6.97% Hispanic or Latino, 4.66% Two or More Races, 4.32% Asian, 1.1% Black or African American, 0.23% American Indian or Alaska Native, and 0.07% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders.

Students enrolled at Colorado School of Mines in full-time Undergraduate programs are majority White Male (38.8%), followed by White Female (14.6%) and Hispanic or Latino Male (3.62%). Students enrolled in full-time Graduate programs are majority White Male (6.62%), followed by White Female (2.95%) and Hispanic or Latino Male (0.59%).

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Graduates

In 2016, 653 fewer women than men graduated from Colorado School of Mines. The majority of students graduating from Colorado School of Mines are White. These 1,038 graduates mean that there were 11.2 times more White graduates than the next closest race/ethnicity group, Hispanic or Latino, with 93 graduates.

The most common Bachelor's Degree awarded at Colorado School of Mines is Mechanical Engineering with 208 graduates, followed by Petroleum Engineering with 198 graduates and Geological & Geophysical Engineering with 77 graduates.

The most specialized major across all degree types at Colorado School of Mines, meaning they have significantly more graduates than the national average across all institutions, is Engineering, with 1,156 graduates, followed by Physical Sciences with 106 graduates and Math & Statistics with 47 graduates.

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Operations

Colorado School of Mines has an endowment valued at nearly $234M, as of the end of the 2015 fiscal year. The return on its endowment was of $889,966 (0.38%), compared to the 1.09% average return ($2.96M on $270M) across all Doctoral Universities.

In 2015, Colorado School of Mines had a total expenditure of $240M. Of that $240M, they spent $96.3M on salaries and $55.6M on benefits.

Colorado School of Mines employs 82 Professors, 65 Instructors, and 62 Assistant professors. Most academics at Colorado School of Mines are Male Professors (69), Male Associate professors (49), and Male Assistant professors (45).

The most common positions for non-instructional staff at Colorado School of Mines are: Research, with 100 employees, Service, with 99 employees, and Management with 85 employees.

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