Page updated: 5-12-2020
No, students are still required to meet all requirements that are outlined in their catalog year.
Yes, you do still need to apply if you have not already applied, even though we will not be having a ceremony. This is the only way we can officially award your degree and/or certificate so that it is posted on your official transcript and has an official diploma and/or certificate printed.
If you are able to, please complete an Information Change Form that can be found on the Forms Page of the website. If you can scan and email this form, send it to email@example.com to be processed. If you are unable to complete this form and get it scanned and emailed, send an email, from your Aims email, to firstname.lastname@example.org with the information you need updated. It must come from your Aims email for security purposes.
Just as you would email and request your approved testing accommodation for a face to face course, you can apply these same communication skills with your instructor that you wish to utilize these approved testing accommodations.
Contact your instructor and Disability Access Services for assistance and resources.
In most cases no, but you could be placed in an ineligible SAP status. The Office of Financial Aid recommends students appeal their SAP status if they were placed in an ineligible SAP status due to COVID-19.
You will be placed back in an ineligible SAP status. However, The Office of Financial Aid recommends students appeal their SAP status if they were placed in an ineligible SAP status due to COVID-19.
Students will not have to pay any money back to the VA for having their classes switched to online. However, The VA will process debts if you withdraw from your classes. Aims will be required to report your last date of attendance if you withdraw from classes.
As long as students do not withdraw from their classes and complete the semester, they will receive their VA education benefits through the end of the semester.
You have full access to all library databases, eBooks, eMagazines, and 24/7 reference chat service for research help and more. Visit the Kiefer Library webpage.
Please keep all library materials until further notice.
Please disregard the notice. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic all library materials have been renewed until further notice or until the College reopens for normal business. The library does not charge for overdue materials.
At this time the library will not be fulfilling ILL requests. However librarians can help locate alternative resources needed. Please contact us at email@example.com for assistance.
To access databases off campus, sign in to your account, when prompted, using your MyAims login (do not use @aims.edu). You will use the same password you use for MyAims. If your password is too long, it will not work and may require that you change your password to access the databases. For additional assistance, email our Librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a Learning Resource Technician for assistance.
While the labs are currently closed due to COVID-19, we are offering many services remotely. Learning Resource Technicians are available to help you seven days a week. Please visit our web page to learn more about the services available to you. Computer Learning Labs - Learning Commons.
Absolutely! Our experienced and knowledgeable Learning Resource Technicians (LRTs) have increased their availability and can assist you Monday–Thursday 8am - 8pm, Friday 8am - 5pm, and Saturday/ Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Learning Resource Technicians would be happy to help you feel more comfortable with Zoom.
There are various types of assistance available to you based on what you need.
Learning Resource Technicians (LRT) can help with a variety of technology assistance:
Visit Computer Learning Labs - Learning Commons to learn about additional areas of support or to submit a request for assistance. Additional ways to contact a Learning Resource Technician:
Yes, IT support services are available and can be accessed:
Contact IT Help Desk for desktop computer support, myAims help, password resets, and phone and wireless access support. Visit the IT website to learn more about services they can provide.
Learning Resource Technicians are also available to assist you Monday–Thursday 8am - 8pm, Friday 8am - 5pm and Saturday/Sunday 12pm - 5pm.
There are many resources available to help you succeed with the changes in your courses. Please speak with your professors, and don’t hesitate to contact one of our Learning Resource Technicians (LRTs) who are available Monday–Thursday 8am - 8pm, Friday 8am - 5pm, and Saturday/Sunday 12pm - 5pm.
Remember, as a result of Covid-19, there is significantly more Internet usage.
Register, drop, withdraw link: https://www.aims.edu/student/sert/addDrop/
Before advising appointment: https://www.aims.edu/student/advising/before.php
Group 1: 3/30/2020
Group 2: 4/6/2020
Group 3: 4/13/2020
Once you have completed the application, your application moves through our system and we generate an ID number, called your A#, and other information for you. If you haven’t yet completed an application, please do so here.
If you have already completed an application, check your email for your electronic welcome packet and a welcome email from our Information Technology (IT) team. These two emails give you detailed directions for your next steps, of which the first is to access your myAims account. If you have not received the IT email, or still cannot access your myAims, please contact our IT team at 970-339-6380 or email@example.com
Once you have access to your myAims account, you will need to complete two things within your account: the Introduction to Aims Workshop and the College Student Inventory (CSI). Both of these items can be located under the “Registration, Advising, and Graduation” portion of MyAims, under the “Registration” list.
It can be helpful to know what error message students are receiving. If they can let us know what it says or take a screenshot we may be better able to assist them in clearing the error. Common errors include “Student has not been...since the re-admit term” meaning that students often need to be bumped or to reapply, anyone in Student Enrollment can assist with this (firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-339-6404). Other messages include “Student’s combined academic standing prohibits registration” This student is unable to enter their account due to their academic standing and is typically an academic probation student, they should consult their advisor directly or contact Pathway Advising (email@example.com or 970-339-6443).
Please fill out and submit this form - Incomplete Grade Request
Greeley-Evans Transit (GET) info can be found here: https://greeleyevanstransit.com/
All regular fixed-route operations are suspended, including Poudre Express, and temporarily transition to exclusively Call-n-Ride services for the general public and paratransit riders. Call-n-Ride services are from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m., seven days a week. To schedule a ride, call 970-350-9290. In an effort to reduce and eliminate contact, officials will suspend fare collection starting Wednesday, March 25. GET lobby, 101 11th Ave, Greeley; Monday - Saturday, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. to sell Arrow Regional Bus Tickets
If you were scheduled between now and April 10th, we should have reached out to you to reschedule your appointment. If you are an Aims student or community member and did not hear from us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org using your Aims email account, or call us at 970-339-6533. We are unable to keep appointments right now due to being out of the office until further notice. So please be sure to reach out so we can answer any questions or help direct you to resources.
You will need to contact your instructors directly for guidance and direction via your Aims email or D2L, as we are unfortunately out of the office until further notice.
Unfortunately, due to being out of the office until further notice, we are unable to administer these exams, as they require in-person proctoring. If you have questions, contact us at email@example.com, or 970-339-6533
Unfortunately, due to being out of the office until further notice, we are unable to administer these exams, as they require in-person proctoring. If this exam was being taken for an Aims course, please reach out to your instructor for further guidance and direction. If you are a community member and are needing this certification exam, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 970-339-6533 if you have questions.
Since we are out of the office until further notice, we are unable to administer these certification exams right now, as they require in-person proctoring. For information regarding other testing locations, contact NCCT by visiting their website at https://www.ncctinc.com/, or by calling them at 1-800-875-4404.
Since we are out of the office until further notice, we are unable to administer these certification exams right now as they require in-person proctoring. For information regarding other testing locations, please contact your specific test vendor, or visit Pearson VUE’s website at: https://home.pearsonvue.com/
Since we are out of the office until further notice, we are unable to administer these certification exams right now, as they require in-person proctoring. For information regarding other testing locations, please visit PSI’s website at: https://faa.psiexams.com/faa/login
At this point, we are evaluating Accuplacer needs on a case-by-case basis. Since we are out of the office until further notice, we are unable to do Accuplacer testing in person. We have partnered with a third party proctoring service that should allow Accuplacer testing to be completed remotely from home. You will need a laptop or desktop computer, internet access, and a webcam (tablets/smartphones are not allowed).
Good news! The College Student Inventory (CSI) is available through your MyAims account! You will need to log into your MyAims account, click on your Student box, click on Registration + Advising + Graduation, and then in the Registration box, you will see a link for the CSI.
Unfortunately, we are unable to administer these until we return to campus.
Unfortunately, since we are out of the office until further notice, we are unable to assist you with this service. Please reach out to your institution and see what alternative proctoring options are available to you.
The Title IX/Equal Opportunity office remains open and functioning remotely at this time. Anyone impacted by discrimination or harassment is encouraged to contact the Title IX Coordinator and Student Equal Opportunity Officer using one of the methods listed below to make a report or discuss their options.
Faculty and staff members are reminded that reporting of alleged misconduct or discrimination is required when they become aware of incidents or allegations involving members of the campus community, regardless of how they learn of the potential misconduct, whether in person, in writing, or online.
To file a report online: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?AimsCC&layout_id=40
To contact the Title IX Coordinator & Student Equal Opportunity Officer, Stephanie Lucero via phone please call 970-378-3587. Or please email at email@example.com
Yes. Visit our Transcripts Page for instructions on how to order your transcript. You can also visit the Transcript FAQ page for more helpful information. All eTranscripts and paper mailed transcripts are currently processing as normal. However, please do not order a paper transcript for pick-up as you will not be able to pick it up on campus.
Direct all transcript questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition and fees remain unchanged for the Summer 2020 semester. The College has not increased tuition since 2014.
While the College continues to offer online instruction, services, and activities, tuition and fees serve to provide sustainable levels of operation. Information about all fees can be found here.
The online course fee is charged to all courses offered remotely and offsets the additional cost of technology.
The student fee funds a package of services, support, and opportunities for our student body as a whole. Student activities, student clubs/organizations, student IDs, parking/bus passes, and several other services are covered by this fee. These programs serve student interests and continue in the remote environment.
*All tuition and fee charges are subject to change by the Aims Community College District Board of Trustees as circumstances may require, without notice.
Tutoring sessions are being offered remotely for the remainder of the semester. Go to Tutoring Services to learn more.
We have tutors for Accounting, Biology, Math, Reading and Study Skills, and Writing. Go to Tutoring Services to access tutoring.
Not necessarily, but we certainly can set up an appointment for you if you would prefer. Please email the tutor for the subject (see below for available tutoring subject areas) you would like assistance with, and they will schedule a Zoom meeting with you as soon as possible.
Yes, you can work with a tutor as often as you need assistance. Visit the tutoring webpage to access tutoring services.
Yes, you are able to reset your password on the sign-in screen.