We are glad that you are considering Aims! You may be able to use coursework taken at a prior college to meet assessment requirements and as transfer credit to meet graduation requirements.
Complete the online application, or apply in person at any Aims Campus.
This is optional, but it's free to apply. You may qualify for:
It's best to apply at least two months before classes begin. Many apply as early as January to get help paying for classes that start in August.
If you plan to complete a degree at Aims, please send us your official transcript to us as soon as possible so we can transfer in any applicable coursework. A transcript is official if it is sent directly to Aims from your previous college (electronically or via postal mail) or if it is delivered in a sealed envelope. Transcripts that have been opened before delivery to Aims will be considered unofficial. Order official transcripts from all previously attended institutions and have them sent electronically or by mail:
|email@example.com||Student Enrollment and Registrar's Office
PO Box 69
Greeley, CO 80632
Please see the Transfer Information page for more information.
The online New Student Orientation will help you get off to a good start at Aims.
Assessment of your background in reading, English, and math helps determine best course-level placement. There are minimum academic requirements for students seeking certificates/degrees (some programs have alternate or additional requirements). Courses like English, math and science have minimum requirements called pre-requisites; pre-requisistes are not required for courses like PE, art, or conversational foreign language. You may meet the pre-requisistes based on your transfer work.
Share your academic background in multiple ways:
Additional measures include the PARCC**, GED**, HISET**, TASC** and Accuplacer*. Please see the Assessment page for more information. You may send your transcripts or test scores to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them with you when you take the CSI.
*Scores are valid for a period of three years from the date taken.
**Grades must be within the past 10 years.
Visit the testing center to take the Ruffalo College Student Inventory (CSI) which will provide you and your advisor information about your academic motivations and areas Aims can assist you to be more successful.
Call for an appointment. You do not have to meet with an advisor if you are taking classes for personal interest.
GREELEY & WINDSOR: Visit the Greeley Student Leadership and Development Office, College Center, Rm. 130.*
FORT LUPTON & LOVELAND: Visit the campus to get your student ID card.
*Windsor students can obtain a parking permit at the Windsor Campus Safety desk in the WPSI.