Student Leadership & Development

Student Leadership & Development

Greeley Campus Toilet Paper

August 31, 2015 Installment

Labor Day
(College Closed)
September 7

 

Full-Term Course Drop Deadline
September 9

 

Scheduled Network Down Day
September 13

 

First 5-Week Mini-Session
September 14 -
October 16

 

Student
Involvement Fair

September 16
10:30AM - 12:30PM
BH

 

Constitution Day
September 17
10AM - 3PM
CC & BH

 

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

Work Study
Job Fair

 

Career Services and Financial Aid are co-sponsoring a Work Study Job Fair. Work Study supervisors, email lesli.bicknell@aims.edu to reserve a table. Students, no reservation required but please bring your resume, your work study authorization form, and be prepared to interview.

  • September 10
    2 - 4PM, CC226

Labor Day
Fun Facts

 

New York, New Jersey and Colorado were among the first states to approve Labor Day as a state legal holiday. In response to support for a national holiday, Sen. James Henderson Kyle of South Dakota introduced a bill to make Labor Day a legal holiday on the first Monday of September each year. It was approved June 28, 1894. More than 100 years after the first Labor Day observance, there is still some doubt as to who first proposed the holiday.
From: http://www.dol.gov /laborday/history.htm

 

Fall-In Fun!

 

Enjoy a free BBQ, oodles of freebies, a vendor fair, student club involvement information, and music provided by Aims Student Radio. Don’t miss the fun on the Promenade at the Greeley Campus! Sponsored by the Associated Students of Aims Community College. Funded by your student fees.
Call 970-339-6388 to request accommodations.

  • September 2 @ the Promenade
    11AM - 1:30PM

Smart Cents Financial Wellness Program @ Aims

 

The goal of the Smart Cents Financial Wellness Program @ Aims Community College is to help students learn to manage money effectively, make wise financial decisions, and to create a culture of financial empowerment and lifelong learning that enhances the student experience.
For a list of Smart Cents programs please visit:
http://www.aims.edu/student/studentlife/smart-cents/


What is a Common Learning Outcome?

 

Common Learning Outcomes (CLOs) define the expectations of an Aims Community College education and provide the benchmarks against which the College holds itself accountable. Learn about one of your CLOs in an upcoming September installment of the Toilet Paper - Critical Thinking. Brought to you by Aims Office of Academic Assessment.