Student Life

Greeley Campus Toilet Paper

March 30, 2015 Installment

Smart Cents:
Protect Your
Identity

March 30
12:15 - 1PM, CC 226

 

NSLS Meeting
March 30
2 - 3PM, CC 226

 

Writer’s
Community:
Fun With Words

April 1
12:10 - 1:25PM
WSTV 209

 

Aims Ambassadors for Christ Club Meeting
April 2, 1 - 2PM
WSTV 213

 

Aims LULAC - Greeley Meeting
April 3
4 - 5PM, HH 107

 

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

Preparing
for a Job Fair
Workshop

 

Students will learn how to prepare to make the most out of Job Fair attendance and will receive a certificate to enter the 2015 Career and Educational Expo 30 minutes early! (April 2, Island Grove Exhibition Building, 4 - 6PM)

  • March 31
    1:30PM, CC 226

Student Blueprint Online Tool @ Aims

 

Student Blueprint is an online tool for community college students that helps them explore and build academic and career plans, connect with employers and to apply directly to jobs and transfer schools from the website. If you have not yet begun to explore Blueprint, check it out at:
www.studentblueprint.org


Be a Student Leader @ Aims

 

The Associated Students are accepting applications for the 2015 - 2016 academic year now - April 3. Visit:
aims.edu/student/
studentlife/asacc/

or stop by the Student Life office in CC 130 for info.

 

7 Habits of Highly Effective
College Students

 

In this workshop you will take an in-depth look at the habits and attitudes that influence your ability to be a successful college student. This free workshop is a $200 value which includes lunch and a 7 Habits workbook. Space is limited, register by calling 970-339-6641 or email fye@aims.edu.

  • April 10, 9AM - 3PM

#TaxBreaks4Students Campaign

 

National and state education groups are participating in the #TaxBreaks4Students campaign to encourage students and families to learn about educational tax credits and deductions. Nearly 1.5 million tax filers who qualify for the Tuition and Fees Deduction or the Lifetime Learning Credit do not claim it. Click here for more information. Tax information: www.irs.gov. Aims cannot provide individual income tax advice and encourages students to seek professional tax advice for personal income tax questions and assistance.


Online Academic and
Financial Aid Advising

 

If you’re a returning student in good standing and having challenges getting to the campus during your workday, check out online advising! Stop by or call the Admissions, Financial Aid, or TRIO & CORE Offices in College Center to make your appointment. You’ll need a computer with high-speed Internet and a phone.


Assessment Prep Program

 

The Assessment Prep Program combines tutoring
with computer-based lessons to help students
prepare for the Accuplacer. The first two months are free! Stop by Cornerstone, Room 153, on the Greeley Campus or e-mail jonathan.huie@aims.edu for more information.