Fall semester starts Sept. 4 at Aims Community CollegeSubmitted on: 08-24-2007
Aims Community College is kicking off its 40th fall semester with new programs, new buildings and new opportunities for students to earn college credit on their own schedule through expanded online courses. A 68,000 square-foot building is ready to house the Allied Health and Sciences programs on the Greeley campus this fall. The facility is home to 10 academic programs, including nursing, Certified Nurse Aide, surgical technology, radiological technology, emergency medical services, and natural sciences including chemistry, biology, physics, anatomy and physiology. The college has added several new certificate options in the health sciences including phlebotomy, gerontology aide and medical assisting. These certificates can be earned in a semester. Aims Aviation department also has a new building to call home this fall. The 8,100-square-foot building is next to the existing Flight Simulator building on the Greeley campus and includes cutting-edge simulation labs and room for expanding aviation course offerings, possibly with an Air Traffic Controller program. Aims Community College is part of the state-guaranteed transfer program, which means that credits students earn at Aims are guaranteed to transfer to the state’s four-year universities. Students who transfer from Aims to a state university not only save money, but statistics show that they perform better than their peers who entered the university as freshman. Classes start Sept. 4. Call Aims today at (970) 330-8008 or visit www.aims.edu for more information on how to register for classes.
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