I had intended on attending a university but chose Aims because of the Precision Agriculture program, the classes, and all that Aims had to offer in the ag sense.
Aims has better teaching and costs less than taking a course at a university.
- Aims Agriculture Students
Aims has the most up-to-date technology, including a Precision Agriculture Mobile Educational Technology Unit (a John Deere gator equipped with auto-steer and GPS technologies) and an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)/drone.
Aims has articulation agreements with CSU for those who want to go further after graduation. This agreement helps to simplify the transition to a four-year school, so you can keep moving forward.