Student Leadership & Development

Student Leadership & Development

Greeley Campus Toilet Paper

September 28 - October 5, 2015 Installment

Road to Recovery
September 28
12:30 - 2PM, CC226


Smart Cents:
Unlocking the Secret to Your Credit Report & Score

September 30
1 - 2PM, CC226


Success Fair

October 5
11AM - 1PM &
4:30 - 6PM, HH


Midterm Week
October 12 - 16


GASO - General Assembly of Student Organizations Meeting
October 13
3 - 4:30PM, CC226


Scheduled Network Down Day
October 16


Second 5-Week

October 19 -
November 20, 2015


Scheduled Network Down Day
November 8


Begin Returning Student
Registration for Spring Semester

November 9


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Free CPR
Training Event


Hands-only CPR - Anyone can do, everyone should! Click here to
Questions? Email

  • September 29
    5 Sessions: 10AM, 11AM, 12:10PM,
    1PM, 1:45PM
    Cornerstone Parking Lot

Word Games


Apples to Apples, hang out and have fun playing word games. Build your vocabulary and enjoy some yummy treats!

  • September 30
    12:10 - 1:25PM
    BH Lounge

Success Fair


Plan your way to an A! Pick up tips on how to accelerate your learning and plug into campus resources. Pizza will be served. Enter at the Fair to win a Kindle Fire!

  • October 5
    11AM - 1PM
    4:30 - 6PM, HH

Writers’ Community:
UPGrade Your Grammar: Basics


Learn how to avoid those confounding comma splices, frustrating fused sentences, and rotten run-ons!

  • October 6
    1:35 - 2:50PM
    Learning Commons

Domestic Violence Awareness Program


Join us for a panel presentation including personal stories. Community resources and food will be provided.

  • October 7
    11:30AM - 1PM

Need a One-Credit Late Start Class?


Relationships: Challenges and Choices (PSY 204 G81) is an online 1 credit class that starts October 19 and ends November 20. Learn healthy relationship skills and create fun in your relationship. For more information call Professor Wendy Wright Smith (formerly Wendy Kilker) at 970-339-6205.


Both Sides of the River: Finding Woody Guthrie's Deportees


Enjoy an engaging Latino Heritage presentation from award-winning author Tim Hernandez. Presentation includes guest musicians and Q&A with the author!

  • September 29, 12 - 1:30PM
    Cornerstone Conference Center

Upcoming iFocus! Workshops


  • Math Resources 101
    Join us to learn about the various web-based resources available to help you in MAT050 and MAT055.
    September 29, 11AM - 12PM, CC226

  • Study Strategies for Biology
    Does your biology class seem overwhelming? Get tips, tricks, and tools to help you study and master biology.
    September 29, 12:30 - 1:45PM, AHS027

  • Determine Your Career GPS
    Do you prefer to analyze plans or to understand people? How are you energized? You’ll take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to explore these questions and possible careers.
    September 30, 2 - 3PM, BH136

  • Study Strategies for Biology
    Does your biology class seem overwhelming? Get tips, tricks, and tools to help you study and master biology.
    September 30, 5 - 6:15PM, AHS027

  • Self-Care 101
    Did you know that nearly 30% of all college students reported feeling "so depressed that it was difficult to function" at some time in the past year? When it comes to your mental health, it is better to be proactive than reactive. Get techniques and strategies to help you manage everyday stress.
    October 6, 11AM - 12PM, CC226

  • TED Talk: Shift Happens! Build Grit & Grow Your Mindset
    How do grit and mindset impact your success? Join us for a lively discussion following the viewing of TED Talks featuring experts Carol Dweck and Angela Lee Duckworth sharing their important research.
    October 8, 1:30 - 2:30PM, CC226

  • Microsoft PowePoint Quick Start
    Learn Microsoft PowerPoint basics in this hands-on session. Design slides and add spice with themes, transitions, graphics, and sounds. Call (970)339-6636 to reserve your seat. Brought to you by the Learning Commons. First 10 registrants will receive ear buds.
    October 9, 12:45 - 2:45PM, BH136

Common Learning Outcome– Professionalism


Students who are professional strive for excellence in their performance of required roles in their future professions. Professionals demonstrate accountability and ethical behavior, maintain a professional attitude and conduct themselves in an appropriate and respectful manner. Brought to you by Aims Office of Academic Assessment.

Career Services Walk-in Resume Review


Are you an Aims student looking for work? Career services can help you put your best foot forward.
Stop by for help with:

  • Resume Reviews
  • Resume Exploration
  • Cover Letters
  • Discover Transferable Skills
  • Adaptive vs. Transferable Skills
  • How to Read a Job Ad

Every Monday now - December 8
1:30 - 3:30PM, CC266