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Aims Community College Board of Trustees Votes to Freeze Tuition for Eighth Consecutive Year

The Aims Community College Board of Trustees voted to keep the current tuition rate for the 2018-19 academic year at their February meeting.

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This is the eighth consecutive year that the Board has voted to freeze tuition rates.

Aims Board of Trustees Chair Dr. Ray Peterson said, “I am proud Aims is able to hold tuition rates while continuing to offer tremendous value and quality service.”

With campuses in Greeley, Loveland, Fort Lupton and Windsor, the college serves approximately 8,000 students annually. Annual tuition for a full-time, in-district student is $2,021, making Aims one of the most affordable colleges in northern Colorado.

“The decision to freeze tuition for the eighth consecutive year reflects Aims’ purpose to build a stronger community,” said Aims President and CEO Dr. Leah L. Bornstein. “By keeping college affordable we’re able to make a quality education accessible for more students in the communities we serve."

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