College & Community Relations
Summer school is cool at AimsSubmitted on: 05-01-2007
This summer, Aims is offering a variety of courses in everything from art and music to math and English, along with some bird watching and paper-flower making added to the mix. A variety of day, evening and online classes make it easy to find a course that will suit any schedule. Current or new students may opt to take classes in math, science, English, art, music, history and a variety of physical education activities over the summer. Many degree programs are offering various classes within the curriculum, so students can get a jump-start on college credit before the fall semester. If you want to learn how to play a musical instrument or need some training in a Microsoft program, consider taking a course offered through Continuing Education. Gain some additional training for career advancement or take a class just for fun. Learn how to identify different species of birds, create beautiful paper flower bouquets or learn how to manage your money better in a class on debt-free living. Class length varies from one afternoon to two months. The new Downtown Center, located in the Kress Building in downtown Greeley, is offering classes in reading, math, history, political science, psychology, ballroom dance, yoga and Spanish for heritage speakers. Fort Lupton students can start classes in automotive service technology, construction site management, business, certified nurse aide, communications media, computer information systems, CPR, English, medical terminology, history, math, ballroom dancing, yoga, reading, sociology, Spanish, and public speaking just to name a few. In Loveland courses are being offered in anthropology, art, math, certified nurse aide, communications media, computer information systems, CPR, criminal justice, writing, reading, sociology, political science, music, history, literature, and a number of languages including Arabic, Chinese, German, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. For those who are interested in taking classes but canít commit to being on campus, online classes are the perfect solution. Log on and learn from home at times that are convenient for you. Choose from art, math, English, engineering and many other subjects. Students who donít have a high-speed connection to the Internet at home can use the computer labs on campus. The college will be open Monday through Thursday beginning May 12 and running through Aug. 18. Fall semester classes begin Sept. 4. Summer semester starts May 29. Call Aims today at (970) 330-8008 or visit www.aims.edu for more information on how to register for classes. Loveland residents can call (970) 667-4611 and Fort Lupton residents can call (303) 857-4022.
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