Student Activities, Inclusion & Leadership FAQs
The Student Activities, Inclusion & Leadership Office oversees the Student Government Association, Campus Activities Programming Board, student clubs and organizations, commencement ceremony, student IDs and parking permits.
You can get involved at Aims in many ways. Joining a student club or organization, becoming a student leader on the Student Government Association or Campus Activities Programming Board and volunteering to help with student activities are the most popular ways of getting involved on campus.
The Associated Students of Aims Community College includes all fee-paying students at Aims and is represented by a student representative board known as the Student Government Association. The purpose of this representative board is to promote cooperation between the Board of Trustees, administration, staff, faculty and the student body at Aims by enabling and encouraging members of the student body to express opinions relating to the college policies and procedures, and presenting students' opinions to various entities of the college. Visit the ASACC page to learn more.
As part of the ASACC Board, Aims offers involvement opportunities on the Student Government Association (SGA). SGA serves as an advocate for Aims students and acts as a liaison for students to the Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, and various campus committees. To find out more, visit the Associated Students of Aims Community College page.
Aims offers opportunities for planning activities as a member of the Campus Activities Programming Board to raise awareness and provide information on various topics related to increasing student success while building a community of students. To find out more, visit the Associated Students of Aims Community College page.
A variety of clubs and organizations are on campus. Some clubs are academic, social, religious, honors or service-focused. You can find our current list of clubs here.
Joining a club can offer the following benefits:
- Being more satisfied with your college experience.
- Meeting new people and making new friends!
- Developing your leadership and professional skills.
- Making a difference. Student club members help plan events on campus, serve their community and participate in national conferences.
- Improving your scholarship application.
- Improving your resume! Employers like employees who can communicate and work effectively with others, go beyond basic expectations and complete projects.
Yes. The Aims co-curricular transcript complements your academic transcript and details your involvement in Aims student clubs, participation in community service projects, professional and leadership development, and charts honors, awards and recognition you have earned.
You can get your FREE Aims student ID at the info desk in the Student Commons on the Greeley Campus or at the front desk on the satellite campuses.. Don’t forget to bring a photo ID.
Parking permits at Aims are free. Each vehicle parked on campus needs a parking permit. Parking permits can be picked up at the info desk in the Student Commons on the Greeley Campus or at the front desk on the satellite campuses. If you park in faculty or staff parking or designated visitor or handicapped parking without proper authorization, you will be ticketed and have to pay a fine.
All fliers must be approved by the Student Activities, Inclusion & Leadership Office in room 155 of the Student Commons on the Greeley Campus. The flier must be dated and will be removed after three weeks.
Your first step is to attempt to visit with the individual or office to find a resolution. If you still feel you need support to resolve the situation, start by filling out the online MAAP report. Once submitted, you will be contacted to set up a meeting with a MAAP officer. Please visit the Dean’s Office page for more information.