Wondering where we’ve been all your life? The main Aims campus is located at the heart of Greeley. We also have locations in Ft. Lupton, Loveland, and Windsor, each with high-quality programs, dedicated staff and faculty, and surroundings that will inspire you to greatness. See for yourself!
Questioning our street cred? Fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, Aims
maintains its accreditation through the continuous improvement model of the Academic
Quality Improvement Program (AQIP). Many of our vocational programs are also separately
accredited by state or professional agencies. Find out more at
Wonder what we stand for? Walk a mile in our shoes and you will find Communication,
Safety, Respect and Professionalism, and Trust. The culture at Aims begins with these
Want to be part of a dynamic community? People at Aims come from many places and have
different backgrounds, but we share a common goal. Our face is always changing, but
the heart of our community is strong. Together we are all Aims.
What makes your spirit soar? Whether it’s making things, playing music, working on
cars or helping others, you’ll get the education or training you need to be successful.
Think you can’t afford college? Think again. Aims has one of the lowest tuition rates
on the Front Range. Save enough money in your first two years at Aims to pay for a
third when you transfer! Try our tuition calculator at
Have a documented disability? Disability Access Services helps students with disabilities
reach their academic potential. Some accommodations include extended test time, note
takers, assistive technology, and more.
Looking for support after your service? Aims is a VA-approved school, and our caring
staff provide streamlined advising and academic guidance. Find out more at
Nervous about your first year–no matter your age? First Year Experience creates and
sustains an environment that supports your social transition to Aims and its community
and provides the tools and resources for your academic success. You … us. We’ll make
quite a team, won’t we?!
Feeling at a disadvantage? Programs like Emerging Scholars and TRiO Support Services
are designed to help students become successful, independent learners.
Wondering how you’ll pay for college? In addition to federal aid (FAFSA) like grants,
loans, and work study, scholarships are available to those who apply and qualify.
Check out and apply for the scholarship opportunities that are best for you at
Asking yourself what you want to be when you grow up? For starters, take the Who Are You Quiz. Then visit Career Services to look at who you are, what you want to accomplish in
life, and careers that fit you best. Connect with resources, events, and opportunities
to build your network.
Ready to turn it up a notch? Students who graduate from honors programs enjoy improved access to scholarships and university honors programs as well as attractive employment opportunities. The honors programs are open to any scholastically committed student. Programs Include: Distinguished Scholar Awards program, Academic Excellence Week, Academic Honors Ceremony, Beta Kappa Lambda (the Aims chapter of Phi Theta Kappa), Aims English Honors Club and Veterans National Honor Society - SALUTE.
Can’t quit your day job? It’s a challenge to juggle school with the rest of your life,
so we offer classes at times that make it convenient for you. For a list of current
Want to run with the “big dogs?” Our faculty are some of the best around, with real-world experience and true passion for the subjects they teach. Do they want you to succeed? You bet they do. Find out more about them by visiting the academic areas of study web page at www.aims.edu/academics/, clicking on the area that interests you, and selecting the faculty link to the right.
Need resources or just a good book? Discover the Learning Commons. Here you can get
tutoring assistance or use a computer, or check out library books, laptops, or Nooks.
Your options are endless.
Ready to show us what you know? Assessment is where you can take the Accuplacer, take
a proctored exam, or take a test for class. Don’t be nervous. And don’t forget your
photo ID! Visit
Time to relax? Student Leadership and Development is the hub for student activities across all of our campuses. Meet new friends, make memories, and have fun at events. For more information, visit
Want to go to college for free? Get a jump start on college before you finish high school. Learn more about concurrent enrollment options
Prepared for the real world? Whether you’re switching careers or just entering the workforce, Aims offers real-world training through Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. CTE advisory boards ensure that we’re teaching the skills you need for success.
Rather keep your money in your wallet? At Aims, you’ll receive a top-notch education at a great price. Many of our students choose to take their general education classes here and then transfer to a four-year college or university. Why pay more for freshman English than you have to?
Worried your Aims classes won’t transfer? Any class designated as “guaranteed transfer”
will transfer to any four-year public higher ed school in Colorado. Visit
Our state-of-the-art Physical Education and Recreation Center houses the gymnasium,
Indoor Cycling Studio, lounge, racquetball courts, Strength Center, Cross Training
Studio, Cardio Theatre, Mind and Body Studio, elevated track, and more.
Think it can’t get any better? Just like your gym pass, your student fees cover parking,
too. Once you’ve registered for classes, get your parking permit, come to campus,
find a spot, get to class. The early bird gets the worm!