Student Life

Fort Lupton Campus Toilet Paper

November 3, 2014 Installment

Spring Semester Returning Student Registration Begins
November 3

 

Full-Term Course Withdrawal
Deadline

November 5

 

Aims LULAC
Fort Lupton
Meeting

November 5
11AM - 12PM
Prairie Bldg.,
Room 108b

 

Spring Semester Open Registration Begins
November 10

 

General Assembly of Student
Organizations (GASO) Meeting

November 11
3:30 - 4:30PM
CC 226
Greeley Campus

 

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

Sniffle Kits

 

Cold and flu season is upon us! Stop by to pick up a sniffle kit to help you feel better and learn what you can do to protect yourself from getting sick.

  • November 4th & 5th
    10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    Platte Building

Community College Transfer Students, Now is The Time to Apply!

 

Waiting to apply to the four-year college of your choice could translate into missing out on financial aid opportunities. Community College transfer students can apply as much as a year before starting at a four-year college in Colorado. Fall semester priority date to apply is December 1. For more information, visit:
http://highered.colorado.gov/
Academics/Transfers/Students.html

 

National Society of Leadership and Success Live Broadcast: Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn -
“A Path Appears”

 

Husband and wife, Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, have authored books that inspire readers around the world to take action. They will be speaking about how we can follow the lead of and support those who are making a difference in unexpected ways and places.

  • November 4, 5 - 7PM
    Cornerstone Conference Center
    Greeley Campus

Fact Check the Flu: Immunize Yourself Against the Myths

 

Does the flu shot work?
How effective has the flu vaccine proven to be through empirical research? The influenza vaccine as a shot, across all age groups, is 65 percent effective at preventing moderate to severe illness caused by influenza. For young, healthy people with stronger immune systems, its effectiveness is higher than 65 percent. For young children, the live attenuated nasal spray is 80–90 percent effective. It’s not a perfect vaccine, but if you don’t get it, your protection is 0 percent. The influenza virus changes every year, so immunization doesn’t protect you year after year. In the last two years we’ve seen the same predominant strains, so the vaccine functions like a booster and the effectiveness has been higher.

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