Aims Community College was recently named a Hunger Free Campus by the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE). The Hunger Free Campus designation provides statewide recognition for institutions that demonstrate a collective effort across students, staff, faculty and community to raise awareness and assistance for student food insecurity.
Aims Community College is offering a free summer science and technology camp for Greeley-Evans Weld County School District 6 high school students, July 18-21. The camp focuses on science, technology, and innovation-based activities. Students compete in teams to take part in 3D printing, programming, electronics and robot design, games, and other exercises to help them learn about technology and how it can help industry.
Aims Community College will celebrate graduating students on Friday, May 13, in the new Aims Welcome Center, 4901 West 20th St. in Greeley. This is the first time Aims commencement will be held in the Welcome Center, and it is the first in-person commencement celebration at Aims since 2019.
Aims Community College and Banner Health have partnered to provide frontline service team members at Banner an opportunity to transition into clinical roles by furthering their education while still working at Banner.
Nine Aims Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Program students competed in the SkillsUSA State Competition held April 6-8 in Colorado Springs. The team won 11 medals in the statewide competition.