Aims Student Re-entry Requirements
To help promote a healthy and safe environment Aims Community College has established
the following protocols for all students, prospective students, and visitors while
on campus. These guidelines are based on information obtained from the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Colorado Department of Public Health and
Environment, and the Weld County Department of Health and Environment. The protocols
defined in this document are expected to be followed without exception. Failure to
comply with these protocols will result in a dismissal from campus.
How Do I Know If I Should Come to Campus?
Aims is offering limited services to individuals who do not have internet or are unable
to access remote and online services.
Who SHOULD Come to Campus
- Students who have received communication from their Career and Technical Education
instructors to return to campus OR
- Students who cannot access the internet from home OR
- Students who are struggling with online and remote services from home
Who SHOULD NOT Come to Campus
- Students who have not been directly contacted by their instructors OR
- Students who have internet access OR
- Students whose needs are met through online and remote services
Daily Health Screening & Check-In
All individuals entering campus buildings will be required to report to an Aims Check-In
Station each day to receive approval for entering buildings.
Check in Station Protocol
- Individuals must wear a mask upon exiting their car or mode of transportation.
- Individuals must have either their Aims ID badge or proof of picture identification.
- All individuals entering Aims buildings must have their temperature checked prior
- Individuals with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or above will be sent home and directed to immediately notify the Dean of Students and Aims Safety and Security
- Individuals cleared to enter will be issued a wristband daily. Wristbands are valid
for day of issue only.
- Buildings college-wide will have one main entry. All other exits will be for emergency use only.
- Individuals will not be allowed to enter the Campus Buildings or return to campus if exhibiting symptoms endemic of COVID-19 or if they have been in known contact with someone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or diagnosed with COVID-19.
- Individuals who have tested COVID-19 positive, or report any symptom of COVID-19,
should not return to the campus until they are free of all symptoms for at least 72
hours, without the use of any medication that might mask symptoms (i.e. fever-reducing
medicine, cough medicine, etc.). Some situations may require clearance from a medical
Check-In Station Locations
- Greeley, College Center
- Greeley, Applied Trades &Technology Center
- Greeley, Ed Beaty
- Greeley, Allied Health and Wellness
- Fort Lupton campus, Prairie Building
- Loveland campus
- Windsor campus, Public Safety Institute
- Aviation Flight & Training Center
Personal Health and Hygiene Guidelines
- All individuals within campus buildings are encouraged to wash their hands frequently.
- Limit access to others when possible – practice social distancing.
- Establish a 2 to 6-foot clearance around all front desk/reception locations, if applicable,
to assist with the practice of social distancing.
- Individuals should be aware of posted occupancy limits outside of each common area
including restrooms/elevators/service areas.
- Only one person on the elevator at a time, unless needed for assistance.
- Masks are required at all times while on campus
- Social distancing protocols at all times in all common areas.
Traveled Recently or Considering Travel
- Personal travel including domestic and international, within the last 14 days, must
be reported to email@example.com prior to returning to campus. Minimize non-essential travel and adhere to CDC and
local health department guidelines regarding isolation after travel.
- Individuals taking personal travel should adhere to CDC and local health department guidelines regarding isolation after travel.
Online and Remote Student Resources
Find out more about online and remote student services here.
Student Counseling Resources
If you are experiencing anxiety about current events or coming to campus please contact
Dr. Richard Hanks at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 970-339-6223, or visit Counseling Services & Crisis Response on the Aims Community College Website.
Additional Guidance for Students
How to Protect Yourself and Others
Protecting yourself and others is critical to maintaining a healthy community. Please visit CDC guidance on important steps to protecting yourself and others.
If You Become Symptomatic While on Campus:
All individuals are required to go home immediately and report to the Dean of Students
and Campus Safety and Security if they begin to feel ill while on campus.
All individuals who or may have come into contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19
or who is exhibiting symptoms are required to report to email@example.com AND Campus Safety and Security.
Symptoms of COVID-19 | If you are sick | Isolation and Quarantine
Social Distancing: Also called “physical distancing,” means keeping space between yourself and other
people outside of your home. Social Distancing practices must be maintained at all
times while on campus when possible. To practice social or physical distancing:
- Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms’ length) from other people
- Do not gather in groups
- Stay out of crowded places and avoid mass gatherings
- Learn more at the CDC Website
Vulnerable Individuals: Older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Effective Face Mask: An effective cloth mask should: cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of the face, be secured
to the ear with ties or loops, include multiple layers of fabric, allow for breathing
without restriction, be machine washable and dryable without losing its shape or fit.