Student Life

Greeley Campus Toilet Paper

June 15, 2015 Installment

Outstanding Spring 2015 Accounts & Prior Terms Due in Full
July 1

 

Independence Day Observed
(College Closed)
July 2

 

Midterm Week
July 6 - 9

 

Graduation
Application
Deadline for
Fall 2015

July 9

 

Full-Term Course Withdrawal
Deadline

July 21

 

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

Online Student Services at Aims

 

Online advising is now available for returning students who:

  • Find it difficult to meet with academic or financial aid advisors during regular business hours
  • Are in good academic standing
  • Have a computer with high-speed Internet and a phone

Schedule Your Appointment:
At College Center Admissions, Financial Aid, TRIO & CORE Office or by phone at the numbers below.

General Academic Advising
Appointments: 339-6251
askanadvisor@aims.edu

 

TRIO & CORE Advising
Appointments: 339-6372
erin.wolfe@aims.edu

 

Financial Aid Advising
Appointments: 339-6548
financial.aid@aims.edu

 

Prior to your scheduled appointment, your academic or financial aid advisor will send an invitation via WebEx to your Aims email address.

 

Email Etiquette - Subject Lines are for Subjects

 

With all of the “tweeting,” “instagramming,” “snap chatting,” and other forms of quick messaging out there, some of us may be forgetting how to send a proper email. As college students, using your Aims email is the best way to communicate with your instructors. Here are a couple of quick tips to remember when sending that email.

 

Subject Line
Should be short and informative. If to an instructor include the class (example: MAT050 – Week 5
Assignment)

 

Greeting
Make it professional and personalized if possible
(example: Dear Dr. Smith or To Whom It May Concern)

 

Body
Proper language usage (do not use slang) and check for spelling errors. Be clear and precise.

 

Closing
Should match the same degree of professionalism as the greeting (example: Thank you or Sincerely)


iFocus! Online Summer Workshops

 

“StudentLingo” is brought to you by iFocus. Watch online workshops available 24x7 at www.studentlingo.com/aims. Online workshops count towards weekly drawings, end of semester drawing, and portfolio system. Examples of available workshops include:

  • Discover your Learning Style *
  • Exploring Careers & Choosing A Major *
  • Study Tips & Note-Taking Strategies
  • Taking Tests Online: Strategies for Success
  • How to Succeed in Math
  • Time Management
  • What it Takes to Be A Successful College Student *
    *Available in Spanish