Ordering Official Academic Transcripts
Aims now provides electronic transcripts, which are fast, secure and environmentally-friendly.
We still provide paper transcripts when requested, but electronic transcripts are
the preferred method of a growing number of schools, and they usually get there within
minutes, not days.
How to order online
- If you have attended Aims within the past 3 semesters
- If it's been awhile since you attended Aims, you can still order online through a
free, secure, transcript-ordering account.
- Create your transcript account here. You will need the exact name you used while attending Aims, your date of birth, either
your Aims ID # or Social Security Number, and the answers to security questions you
may have set up for your myAims account when you were here.
- Log in here as a Returning User if you’ve already created your transcript account.
Submit a request on paper
All requests must be signed by the student. Transcripts cannot be ordered over the
To order in person:
Order official transcripts at any of our locations in Greeley, Loveland, Fort Lupton,
or Windsor at the Admissions/Student Services counter. Be sure to bring a photo ID.
To order by mail:
Send a request (see below) with your signature to:
Aims Community College
Attn: Admissions, Registration and Records
P.O. Box 69
Greeley, CO 80632
To order by fax:
Due to the occasional unreliability of fax technology, the faxing option is not recommended.
However, if this is the only way you can order, you may fax a request (see below)
with your signature to (970) 475-2356.
When sending a request by postal mail or fax, please include the following information
(a printable Transcript Request form is available):
- Student name
- Previous names used when attending Aims
- Social Security number or student ID used while at Aims
- Complete name and address to which transcripts are to be sent
- Number of copies needed
- Date last attended
- Each request must be signed and dated. Please also include a current address and phone
number so we can try to reach you should there be a problem with your request.
Frequently Asked Questions about Transcripts