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Fort Lupton Campus Toilet Paper

April 24, 2017 Installment

Aims 50th
Anniversary
History
Presentation
April 27, Noon
Greeley History
Museum

3rd Annual
Aardvark 5k/2k
Fun Run
April 29
Greeley Campus
Register here:
www.aims.edu/
student/gym/fun-run/

General Assembly
of Student
Organizations
(GASO) Meeting
May 2
3 - 4:30, CC 226
Greeley Campus

Final Examinations
May 8 - 11

Graduation/
Commencement
May 12, 5 p.m.
Budweiser
Event Center
Do you have friends and family that can’t attend in person? The ceremony will stream LIVE at www.aims.edu/radio/webcam

Attention Aims Graduates!

Cap and gown distribution week is April 24 - 28. If you indicated that your cap & gown should be delivered to your campus it will be available at your Bookstore.
Questions? Email us at sm8107@bncollege.com


Complete your 2017-2018 FAFSA

Go on to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete your 2017-2018 FAFSA. You will use your 2015 tax returns to complete this application. Get it done early so you can focus on your Spring and Summer classes!


Got Classes?

Don’t leave for home without your classes. Register today to get your ideal schedule for Summer and Fall. National data tells us that students who register earlier are more prepared and do better in class. Register early and don’t get left behind. Check out the Catalogs and Schedules page and your Degree Works to put together your perfect schedule and graduate on time.

 

The Bandana Project

The Bandana Project, launched in 2007, is a national campaign that adopted the bandana as a symbol of solidarity to end sexual violence against women farmworkers. Many of them use bandanas in their workplaces to cover their faces and bodies in their attempts to prevent sexual harassment in the fields. Join the Associated Students of Aims Community College and the Aims Agriculture Club to decorate a bandana to bring awareness of sexual assault in male dominated work places.

  • April 26, Noon - 4 p.m., Prairie Building

H2H Presents: Genocide, Eliminationism and How to Prevent the Ongoing Assault on Humanity

Presented by Dr. Michael Booker. This lecture will reflect on the work of Daniel J. Goldhagen’s Worse than War: Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault Against Humanity. Presented by the H2H Inclusion and Social Responsiveness Series and the Holocaust Memorial Observances of Greeley & Northern Colorado. Refreshments provided

  • April 25, 3 - 4:30 p.m., BH Theater (Room 102) Greeley Campus

Can’t make it to the event? This program will stream live at www.aims.edu/radio/webcam

For more information or to submit a comment about The Toilet Paper email tp@aims.edu