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Student Leadership &Development

Loveland Toilet Paper

September 18, 2017 Installment

Smart Cents:
Unlocking the
Secret to Your
Credit Report
September 25
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.,
BH 123
Greeley Campus

iFocus!: Overcoming
Test Phobia
September 26
11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.,
WSTV 116
Greeley Campus

iFocus!: Getting
Involved to Get
September 27
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.,
BH 123 Greeley Campus

in the Dark
Free Concert
October 6,
5:30 - 9 p.m.
North of
Greeley Campus

Midterm Week
October 9 - 13

Loveland Veterans of Aims Community College (LVACC)

Are you a veteran? Get involved on campus! Join the Loveland Veterans of Aims Community College (LVACC) to connect with other veterans and volunteer at events. Email Eddie Luzon at to learn more!

Free Personal Counseling Services

Currently enrolled students have access to free personal counseling. If would like to set up an appointment, please contact Kara Tripician, MA, LPCC at 970-667-4611 ext. 3306 or

iFocus! Workshop: Working with Service Dogs at Aims

Canine Partners of the Rockies will provide an interactive workshop that explain how to interact with service dogs and their handlers while on the Aims campus.

  • September 20,
    3 - 4 p.m.
    Room TBD



Student Emergency Fund (SEF)

If you are experiencing an unexpected or unplanned hardship such as a medical issue, accident, or an emergency such as a fire, flood, or victim of a crime, the Student Emergency Fund may be able to help. The SEF is for one-time emergency financial assistance. To be eligible, you must be a fee paying student who is enrolled in 6 or more credits in good conduct standing. Info at or (970) 378-3576. The SEF is a joint project of the Associated Students and the Dean of Students office.

Resources @ Aims for DACA Students

There are several resources Aims offers DACA students:

  • Center of Opportunity & Resilience in Education (CORE) Program in College Center 226: Committed to establishing a community, which provides opportunity for increased access to services; intensive learning support; and an intercultural learning community for first-generation, students of color, and DACAmented students. Opportunities to build community and support the DACA community through solidarity can be shared via the CORE office. Students are welcome to call and/or walk-in at any time to speak with a CORE advisor: Mary Ann Lucero: (970) 339-6249 Katie Janssen: (970) 339-6230
  • Aims Personal Counseling & Crisis Response: Greeley & Fort Lupton Campuses: Chris Karl, (970) 339-6436 Loveland & Windsor Campuses: Kara Tripician, (970) 667-4611
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Information: Department of Homeland Security Fact Sheet: deferred-action-childhood-arrivals-daca
    Department of Homeland Security FAQs:

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