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Students of Undocumented Status

As a student of undocumented status in Colorado, you’re looking for the best school to begin your college education. You’ve come to the right place because, at Aims, you’ll find everything you need to help you succeed. With a diverse and inclusive faculty, staff and student population, you’ll learn with instructors and peers who understand your unique challenges. Aims faculty and staff are driven to help every student thrive academically, socially and when they move on to the next step, whether that’s to a four-year college or into a new career. 

You belong at Aims. 

Aims Is Here For Your Success

  • How To Enroll

    Follow these steps to apply to Aims for free and enroll in a degree or certificate program or courses.

    See enrollment steps
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    Financial Aid

    Apply for grants and scholarships to help pay for your college education.

    Find help paying for college
  • Aims student working in the learning commons with a tutor

    Free Tutoring

    If you’re struggling with a class, you can get help from tutors in a variety of subjects on all campuses at no cost.

    Find a tutor
  • Transfer Services

    Aims transfer coaches will help you with transferring your credits to a four-year school once you complete your program.

    Talk with a coach today
  • Disability Access Services (DIS)

    If you have a documented disability and need accommodations to ensure access in support of your learning, DIS is here to help.

    Learn about available accommodations
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    Student Life

    Get the most out of your Aims experience by getting involved in clubs and educational, social, multicultural and leadership activities, including student government.

    See what Student Life has to offer
  • Aims students playing Jenga at Center for Diversity and Inclusion

    Center for Diversity and Inclusion

    You can benefit from the CDI’s quality programming, support and resources that help all students feel like they belong at Aims.

    Find the support you need
  • Counseling Services

    Friendly, supportive help is a phone call or email away if you’re struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, or other issues.

    Talk with a counselor today