This website provides information about the world-wide coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for all those who plan to attend an event administered by Continuing and Professional Education Services at Colorado School of Mines.
The impacts of the ongoing world-wide coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak are continuing and are rapidly changing. Response to the outbreak by the government of Colorado and the administration of the Colorado School of Mines (Mines) has been updated and will likely undergo further changes as the situation warrants. At present, all events at Mines have been canceled until at least April 5, 2020.
Since many events administered by Continuing and Professional Education Services (CPES) at Mines take place on the school's campus in Golden, Colorado, the source of the best and most current information regarding the general impact of the coronavirus on CPES-administered events is the Mines website. Please use the link below to access the Mines coronavirus information resources.
The status of individual CPES-administered events is shown below. This information will be updated as the situation at Mines changes. Information regarding transferring registrations to other sessions of events and regarding registration cancellation policies is also available on this webpage.
Please direct any questions you may have to Learn@mines.edu. Additional contact information can be found on our Contact Us webpage. Please be aware that the CPES office staff, like most of Mines personnel, are working remotely; therefore, contact by email will be the most expedient method.
Status of Upcoming Events
Note: Events not listed are not affected by coronavirus concerns at this time. Event status information presented here is subject to change.
|Event Dates||Event Title||Status|
|March 18-21, 2020||42nd Intercollegiate Mining Competition||Canceled|
|March 23-25, 2020||Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods (2.5-Day Course)||Canceled; Transfer available to sessions in July, August, or November|
|March 25-27, 2020||Project Management for Mining||Canceled; Transfer available to October 21-23 session|
|May 11-14, 2020||Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods (4-Day Course)||Canceled; Transfer available to sessions in July, August, or November|
|May 17-19, 2020||Rocky Mountain Section ASEE Regional Conference 2020||Canceled|
|May 19-21, 2020||Communities and Social Performance in the Extractive Sector: A New Paradigm||Postponed; new dates October 13-15, 2020|
|June 9-11, 2020||PTMSS/SRR 11th Joint Meeting (Ottawa, Canada)||Postponed; Dates to be determined|
|June 14-19, 2020||GPR 2020 - 18th International Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar||Postponed; Dates to be determined|
|June 15-18, 2020||Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods (4-Day Course)||Canceled; Transfer available to sessions in July, August, or November|
|June 16-19, 2020||Filtered, Paste and Thickened Tailings||Postponed until 2021; Dates to be determined|
|Various dates||Mineral Exploration Block Module Series||Postponed; Dates to be determined|
|March 23-26, 2020||K12 Student Outreach Spring Camps||Postponed to Summer session; Info: https://students.csmspace.com/academies2020summer.html|
Cancellation and Refund Policy
If an event is canceled: Registrants of canceled events will receive a full refund of all registration fees paid. No action is required of the registrants; the refunds will be issued automatically.
If a registrant cancels a registration for an event that has not been canceled: The cancellation policy stated for the event will apply.
If a registrant cancels a registration for an event that is subsequently canceled: The registrant will be refunded any cancellation penalty that was applied at the time the registration was canceled. No action is required of the registrant; the refund will be issued automatically.
If a registrant transfers to a session of an event for which the registered session is postponed or canceled: The registrant can transfer at no charge to a different session of the event for which he/she is registered.