Student Leadership & Development
Associated Students of Aims Community College
(Pictured above is the 2016-2017 Student Government Association)
Who are the Associated Students?
The Associated Students of Aims Community College is comprised of all fee paying students at Aims Community College and is represented by a student representative board known as the Student Government Association. The purpose of this representative board is to promote cooperation between the Board of Trustees, administration, staff, faculty and the student body at Aims Community College by enabling and encouraging members of the student body to express opinions relating to the College policies and procedures and presenting students' opinions to various entities of the College. The representative board also actively promotes retention efforts at Aims Community College through educational, social, recreational and awareness opportunities to encourage lifelong learning and involvement with the college experience.
|The Student Government Association consists of nine (9) members, representing the students at Aims. Student representation on various community, college, and student boards/committees are fundamental responsibilities of this board. Affording students a platform on which to express opinions, concerns, and/or institute non-academic grievance procedures are primary responsibilities of this board.
Mission Statement of the Student Government Association
Our mission is to promote involvement and encourage awareness of issues facing Aims Community College students and voice their concerns objectively to the parties that may evoke change.
MISSION STATEMENT OF ASSOCIATED STUDENTS:
|The Associated Students of Aims Community College is an organization dedicated to improving the way of life for all students. They are assisted in their mission through leadership development training and programs. They are a dedicated, directed, and motivated group of students, who seek students like themselves to carry on the traditions and mission of this organization. If you have questions, please call (970) 339-6450, and the staff in the Student Leadership & Development Office will assist you.|