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History of Colorado School of Mines

Sources

Statistics on the student demographics are available from a variety of publications, not all of them matching each other. Coverage varies considerably, so explore the titles below.

Statistics from Mines

Colorado School of Mines. Biennial/Annual Reports, 1876-1998/99. TN210 .C67

Colorado School of Mines. 1967. A Graphic Profile of the Colorado School of Mines. TN 210 .C64

Colorado School of Mines. President’s Annual Progress Reports. TN 210 .C67

Colorado School of Mines. Registrar’s Reports 1995-98. TN 210 .C6 C625

Statistics and Trends from Outside Sources

Moore, Paula. (2001). Mines enrollment climbs. Denver Business Journal, 53(5), 3A. Undergraduate class second-largest in history of school

Proctor, Cathy. (2001). Education at School of Mines paying off. (Colorado School of Mines) (Brief Article) (Statistical Data Included). Denver Business Journal, 52(40), 11A

Students/Student Demographics, "Fasted-Growing Colleges (Public Doctoral)", Chronicle of Higher Education, Source: Chronicle analysis of U.S. Education Department data:

  • V. 61 (43) p. 27-45 2015. "Fasted-Growing Colleges (Public Doctoral) 2003-13"—Colorado School of Mines enrollment for Fall 2003=4,050; Fall 2013=5,790 (43.0% growth). Source: Chronicle analysis of U.S. Education Dept. data

  • V. 60 (45) 2014. "Fasted-Growing Colleges (Public Doctoral) 2002-12”—Colorado School of Mines enrollment for Fall 2002=3,787; Fall 2012=5,721 (51.1% growth). Source: Chronicle analysis of U.S. Education Dept. data.

  • V. 58 (1) p. 32-41 2011. "Fasted-Growing Colleges (Public Doctoral) 2004-09”—Colorado School of Mines enrollment for Fall 2004 = 4,101; Fall 2009=5,124 (25% growth). Source: Chronicle analysis of U.S. Education Dept. data.