Intensive English

 

Getting Started

Community Residents

  1. Contact the main office for Academic Pathways @ Aims or contact the IELP Program

    Coordinator Lucia Gonzales
    • Fax: (970) 475-2377
    • Phone: (970) 339-6665 main office
    • Program Coordinator: Lucia Gonzales (970) 339-6634
    • See the English as a Second Language Page for additional information
  2. Deadline to submit all of your paperwork, including assessments and advising results

    Summer Short Session: May 27, 2014 - June 26, 2014

    • Students must have paid in full on or before this date.  Students registering after this date must pay in full the same day as registration.

    Fall Semester 2014: August 18, 2014 - December 5, 2014

    • August 12, 2014 (Payment plan deadline)
    • August 22, 2014 (Last day to add)
    • September 3, 2014 (Last day to drop)
    • November 5, 2014 (Last day to withdraw)

    Spring Semester: January 12, 2015- May 7, 2015 (Last day to add/drop deadline)

    • January 6, 2015 (Payment Plan Deadline)
    • January 16, 2015 (Last day to add)
    • January 28, 2015 (Last day to drop)
    • April 10, 2015 (Last day to withdraw)
  3. Schedule a meeting with Coordinator Lucia Gonzales

  4. Submit and complete all of the following documents for the Intensive English Language Program/ESL classes:

    • IELP Referral Form
    • ACT Compass Assessment at the College Testing Center, ask for Paula Rodriguez, Rm. 230
    • Return scores to Lucia Gonzales
    • Fill out application and register for classes with Lucia Gonzales
    • Demographic and policy information
    • Purpose and goals for learning English
    • Tuition payment agreement
    • Talent release form
  5. Attend the Student Orientation(s) - First Day of Class

  6. Receive your Aims identification number and email account login and password.

  7. Complete the payment process:

    • Pay 100% of the tuition and fees the same day of registration at the cashier
    • Electronically choose and set-up a payment plan
  8. Purchase your textbooks and supplies

  9. Maintaining academic progress:

    • All students are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress, or you will not be allowed to remain at Aims Community College.
    • Students must attend all classes as registered, participate, and continuously improve individual language skills.