Dean of Students


Aims Dean of Students offers services and supports other department’s service offerings that ensure a safe, positive and accessible learning experience for students and all members of the college community.

Members of the college community can contact the Dean of Students Office to set up a meeting with the Student Behavioral Officer (SBO) if they have encountered student behavior that is causing concern via:

  • Classrooms
  • Lab areas
  • Offices
  • Field sites
  • Email
  • Discussion boards
  • Online meeting spaces
  • Audio-video and conferencing

The SBO will act promptly to follow-up with the individual initiating the report; determine if there have been any additional warning signs or reasons for concern, and meet with the student to develop a plan. Our intent is to be caring and if possible to prevent the behavior from escalating into a formal conduct violation. 

Actions taken by the SBO could include the following:

  • Meeting with the student to discuss behavior of concern and advising the student of possible consequences if behavior is not corrected to comply with college rules and classroom expectations.
  • Talking with the faculty or staff member who reported the conduct to discuss how to respond and to share information, resources, and tools that may help in the situation.
  • Sharing information with the college safety team or Threat and Violence Assessment Team to determine whether there have been any previous contacts or concerns and to assess further action.

Student Behavioral Officers

We encourage you to contact the Student Behavioral Officer if you have any concerns about student behavior that you have observed in your classroom or other locations on campus.

The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) is for one-time emergency financial assistance (up to $599) for Aims students to meet an unexpected need currently impacting their ability to complete their studies at Aims. It is funded by student fees and provided by the students, for the students.


To be eligible, students must be:

  1. Enrolled in 6 credits in the current semester
  2. In good conduct standing
  3. Paying student fees
  4. Experiencing an unexpected or unplanned hardship such as a medical issue, accident, dependent care, or emergency such as fire, flood or victim of a crime.


Expenses covered include costs related to:

  • Medical care
  • Books and essential academic expenses
  • Safety needs
  • Replacement of personal items due to fire, theft, or natural disaster
  • Dependent care costs


Expenses not covered include:

  • Aims tuition and fees
  • Non-essential utilities
  • Debt/owed payments

Next Steps

The Aims Community College CARE Team will review your application and contact you within four business days.  Eligible students can only receive SEF assistance funds one time for the duration of their enrollment at Aims. Successful applicants are required to meet with a CARE Team member before distribution of financial assistance.

Please check your Aims email account for all correspondence regarding your SEF application. 

Current students are eligible to receive free counseling sessions in private offices with qualified counselors on the Greeley, Windsor, Fort Lupton and Loveland campuses.

Disability Access Services at Aims Community College collaborates across all campuses to remove barriers and provide equal opportunities for qualified students with a diagnosis. The office offers accommodations, such as extended test time, note takers, assistive technology and more.

Campus Safety and Security strive to ensure everyone at Aims Community College can learn and work safely and securely by providing law enforcement and armed security patrols at all campus locations.