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016: How do I create a new computer account?


Your master computer account at Mines, called the “MultiPass,” will give you access to most significant Mines computing resources. New members of the Mines community can claim a MultiPass account at Current Mines students, faculty, and staff can change their MultiPass password and set up recovery questions (in case of a forgotten password) at that same location.

For more about MultiPass, see the FAQ “What is a MultiPass?” at /faq116.


This curriculum is delivered within facilities that are among the best in the nation. Our modern in-house computer network supports over 70 workstations with specialized software for modeling chemical engineering systems. Our honors undergraduate research program provides our undergraduates with the opportunity to work with graduate students, postdocs and faculty on cutting-edge chemical and biochemical engineering research. Undergraduate chemical engineering students in this program at Mines have presented at national conferences and have won national competitions and awards based on research conducted while pursuing their baccalaureate degree. Mines also has a very active American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) student chapter. The student leadership organize “Lunch and Learn” events with industry leaders, host social events throughout the year, organize a rotational dinner for members and recruiters before our Fall Career Fair, and participate in the Chem-E-Car Competition at the national AIChE meeting.