Student Life

Fort Lupton Campus Toilet Paper

September 8, 2014 Installment

Involvement Fair

September 10
11AM - 1PM, EDBH
Greeley Campus


Fall In Fun
September 11
11AM - 2PM
Fort Lupton Campus


Work Study
Job Fair

September 11
1 - 3PM
EDBH Theater
Greeley Campus


Scheduled Network Down Day
September 14
All services may be unavailable. Check the myAims login page up to a week before the scheduled day to see affected services in more detail.


For more information or to submit a comment about The Toilet Paper email

Study with a Splash of Color!


Use the highly effective and visual techniques of graphic organizers and concept mapping to maximize your study time and increase learning.

  • September 10
    3 - 5PM
    Platte Building
    Room 111

Fall In FUN


Enjoy a BBQ, play volleyball for prizes, and learn how you can get involved in student activities and student clubs at Aims.

  • September 11
    11AM - 2PM
    Courtyard Between

24/7 Online iFocus


Workshops For Students

  • Discover Your Learning Style
  • Study Tips & Note Taking Strategies
  • How to Reduce Text
  • Staying Motivated &
  • Time Management
  • And more!

Introducing Smart Cents Financial Wellness Program at Fort Lupton


What is Smart Cents? The goal of the Smart Cents Financial Wellness Program at Aims Community College is to help students learn to manage money effectively and make wise financial decisions. The Smart Cents Financial Wellness Program is committed to creating a culture of financial empowerment on campus and lifelong learning that enhances the student experience. For more information please email

12 Money Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make


Whether you are an experienced money manager or just starting out, this workshop will provide you with proven tips and tools to deal with the common mistakes that can cost people hundreds of thousands of dollars.

  • September 22
    12:15 - 1PM, Prairie Building, Room 110

New Technology for Students:
Introducing Text-To-Speech


Text-to-Speech (TTS) technology allows users to listen to an audio version of text found within a document. Using TTS technology can reduce eye strain, assist with reading comprehension, and enhance the writing process. For questions please contact Disability Access Services at