Cocurricular Programs at the South Dakota School of Mines are available to students involved in a variety of disciplines and exist to empower students, bring them new and enriching experiences, foster academic achievement, and create outreach to potential students interested in science and engineering.
CAMP (Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing and Production)
The exceptional Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing and Production (CAMP), at the School of Mines, is a competitive, nationally-recognized program that brings together students, faculty, and industry leaders to partner on real-world projects.
Visit the CAMP website to learn more.
Tiospaye in Science and Engineering Program aims to increase the number of American Indian students graduating from South Dakota School of Mines with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, mathematics, and science fields through financial, academic, professional, cultural, and social support.
Find out more about Tiospaye.
WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering)
Though numbers are on the rise, women are still underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering) seeks to increase the number of women in science, math and engineering fields through outreach, recruitment, and student support and retention efforts.
Find out more about WiSE.