The following resources and services are provided or made available by Campus Computing to the Mines academic community. Networking and network security are essential infrastructure managed for the entire campus by CCIT. Other services listed in the enterprise section below are available to the entire campus community while services in the academic community section may be available to the broader campus community on an incidental basis. Select one of the links below or use the links to the left when navigating throughout the Services section of the CCIT web site.
Enterprise responsibilities and services offered or available to the entire campus community include:
- Email Services
Including all "@mines.edu" email addresses, campus mailing lists and web stored attachment services, spam filtering, and webmail.
- Networking Services
Campus-wide network development, management, operation, and support; campus housing network; campus wireless network, traffic management, modem pool services, Internet and Internet 2 access, DNS, IP management, DHCP, and related services.
- Network Security Services
Firewall services, virtual private network (VPN) services, security advisory services,vulnerability scanning, incident reporting and investigation.
- Trailhead Campus Web Portal
Access to various campus web services including a personal calendar, e-mail, blackboard, classified ads, Self Service registration, drop/add, schedule, and other functions.
An assortment of web-based training courses are available to all students, faculty, and staff.
- Virus Protection
- Virus protection software is available free of charge to all students, faculty, and staff, and can be installed on personally-owned computers.
- Web Services
Manage and administer the www.mines.edu web server including implementation of top level pages, campus search engine, and general secure web server. Administer resources to support student and faculty personal, group, and course websites.
Resources and Services available primarily to the academic community include:
- Academic Department Support (aka Extended Support)
Provides support and administration services to covered academic departments and divisions
- Blackboard Course Management System
Make course schedules, announcements, documents and other content material available online, administer tests and quizzes, online discussion forums.
- Equipment Checkout and Loan
Short term use of laptops, projectors, digital cameras and other resources for students and faculty.
- Facilities and Resources
Computer open and teaching labs and other facility information; locations, hours; software available, and scheduling; CTLM resources and services; equipment checkout and loan.
Where to print, what kind of printing is available, and how much it costs
- Room Scheduling
Information about scheduling computer teaching labs, conference rooms, and video conference resources managed by CCIT.
- Server Hosting
CCIT provides physical server space for rack-mounted machines.
Site, volume, and discounted software available primarily for institutionally-owned computers, with occasional exceptions for faculty- or student-owned computers.
CCIT Outages & Notices
- [5-Feb-2015 5:30-8:30pm] Trailhead/Banner Monthly Maintenance
- 6-Jan-2015 5:30pm until ~7:30pm] Banner Systems Outage
- [18-Dec-2014 5:30pm until ~6:30pm] Workflow System Outage
- [3-Jan-15 8:00 AM - 7:30 PM] Campus Wide Service Outage
- [21-Nov-2014 5:30pm through ~ 12:00pm 22-Nov-2014] Banner Systems Outage
Need Computing Help?
Contact us through the Mines Help Center Helpdesk or 303.273.3430 or 303.273.3431.
For computer emergencies involving classes currently in session ONLY, dial extension x2345.
CCIT facilities are primarily housed in the east end of the CTLM building (Center for Technology and Learning Media):
Campus Computing, Communications and Information Technologies
1650 Arapahoe St.
Golden, Co. 80401-1887
Computing Commons Front Desk (CT156)
Office: (303) 273-3430
Fax: (303) 273-3475
Business Mailing Address
Colorado School of Mines
1500 Illinois Street
Golden, Colorado 80401-1887
If you have question or concerns about the content on this page, please submit a request to the Mines Help Center.