Student Services

Counseling Services & Crisis Response

Counseling Services

The Student Success Center is pleased to announce that Aims is now offering personal counseling services to currently-enrolled students.  Sessions are private and confidential* and will be held in the Advising Center located in the One-Stop area of the College Center on the Greeley Campus.  If you’re struggling with any of the following, we encourage you to come in and meet with a qualified counselor:  

  • anxiety    
  • stress management   
  • grief and loss 
  • relational conflict 
  • depression   
  • life transitions
  • parenting issues
  • coping strategies

We are here to help you get back on track so you can focus on completing your educational goal

Campus Contact
Greeley Campus -- Counseling

Chris Karl (Primary Contact)
Interim Counselor, Senior-Student Success Center
(970) 339-6436
chris.karl@aims.edu

*Please note that according to federal law and ethical standards set forth by the American Counseling Association, other people such as law enforcement agencies must be informed if you are a danger to yourself or others.

Crisis Response

Crisis Response services are offered on the Loveland and Ft. Lupton Campuses through the Student Success Center and are provided by trained Aims advisors.  This service is designed to be a one-time only session focused on assisting you in understanding the crisis you are experiencing and facilitating first steps to deal constructively with the issue.  Referrals will be made to relevant community or on-campus resources including counseling services on the Greeley Campus.

Campus Contact
Loveland Campus -- Crisis Response Kara Tripician
Advisor, Senior-Student Success Center
(970) 330-8008 Ext. 3306
kara.tripician@aims.edu
Fort Lupton Campus -- Crisis Response Mary Tucker
Advisor, Senior-Student Success Center
(303) 718-5903
(970) 475-2305
mary.tucker@aims.edu

After Hours Emergencies & Crises

An emergency is a situation that is life threatening or involves imminent danger or other extreme circumstances. Please call 911 immediately or Campus Security at (970) 539-2171.

For other psychological crises or urgent concerns, please check out our Guide to Local Human Services or call the North Range Behavioral Crisis Line at (970) 347-2120, or 1-800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433).