Campus Safety

Campus Safety

Mines Emergency Alert

SIGN UP!! To be informed in the event of a future campus emergency, sign up for Mines Emergency Alerts. The Mines Emergency Alert system (MEA) is an emergency notification service that allows university officials to quickly communicate emergency messages to students, faculty and staff via cellular phone text and voice messages, and broadcast on-campus e-mail and phone messages.

To receive emergency messages on your cell phone, you must subscribe to the system. To subscribe, logon to Trailhead and go to "Self Service," click on "Personal Information" and then "Mines Emergency Alert System."

The contact information you provide will only be used for delivering emergency messages via the Mines Emergency Alert system.

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Active Shooter

Clearly, response to an active shooter is one of the most dynamic situations that anyone will ever face An Active Shooter is defined as one or more subjects who participate in a random or systematic shooting spree demonstrating their intent to continuously harm or kill others. These situations are dynamic and evolve rapidly, demanding immediate deployment of law enforcement resources to stop the shooting and limit harm or loss of life to innocent victims.Though we hope we never encounter an active shooter situation on the Colorado School of Mines campus, we know preparation and advance planning can guide our actions and help reduce the negative impacts of such a tragic event. For Colorado School of Mines students, staff, faculty and visitors the Mines Police Department website offers instructional videos and resources on how to respond when shots are fired. Visit

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