Student Leadership & Development

Student Leadership & Development

Loveland Campus Toilet Paper

October 12, 2015 Installment

Midterm Week
October 12 - 16


GASO - General Assembly of Student Organizations Meeting
October 13
3 - 4:30PM, CC 226
Greeley Campus


Scheduled Network Down Day
October 16


Second 5-Week Mini-Session
October 19 -
November 20, 2015


Scheduled Network Down Day
November 8


Begin Returning Student
Registration for Spring Semester

November 9

* Bring your student I.D.

For more information or to submit a comment about The Toilet Paper email

iFocus Workshop:
UPgrade Your Grammar: Basic


Review basic sentences and learn how to avoid comma splices, fused sentences, and run-ons. Brought to you by the Writer’s Community.

  • October 13
    3 - 4:15PM
    Room 104

iFocus Workshop- 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 14
    3:30 - 4:30PM
    Room 104

Interested in
Joining an Aims Student Club or Organization?


Check out the Aims Clubs and Organizations web page.


Allied Health Advisor to Visit Loveland Campus


Kellie Richardson, Allied Health Advisor, will be available on a first-come first-serve walk-in basis on the Loveland Campus to answer questions regarding prerequisite classes for Allied Health Programs. If you are pursuing a Nursing, Radiologic Technology, or Surgical Technology program, stop by and see Kellie to ensure that you are on the right track with your plan of classes for the spring semester.

  • October 14, 11AM - 3PM

Common Learning Outcome – Written Communication


Students should be able to demonstrate a high level of written communication skills as necessary for their future profession through the development and expression of ideas in writing. Students with strong written communication skills will include in their writing a clear main idea or theme, include appropriate content and context, organize their materials to suit the purpose of the document and use appropriate conventions. Brought to you by Aims Office of Academic Assessment.

Need a One-Credit Late Start Class?

CSL 103: Finding Your Career

Late start, 2.0 credit class - CSL 103: Finding Your Career begins Friday, October 30 at 5PM on the Greeley campus. CRN# 21211


  • “I have a lot of interests, but I’m not sure which college major to pursue.”
  • “I feel that I have a career direction, but want some objective evidence to make sure.”


If any of these thoughts have crossed your mind, you may want to take this class. For more information, contact:
Allan Obert at 970-339-6217 or