We’re so glad you’ve decided to apply to Aims. Here are a few things you should know about our application:
Be sure to answer the citizenship and tuition classification questions completely, so you receive the correct tuition rate. If you skip any questions we may have to charge you the higher, out-of-state tuition rate.
If you are younger than 23 and unmarried, you will need to provide information from your parent(s) or legal guardian.
If you are younger than 18, your parents will need to sign the application or the parental consent form.
Additional steps are required for high school students who are participating in ASCENT, Concurrent Enrollment or Career Academy programs.
Some programs, including aviation, emergency medical services, fire science, nursing/medical/health fields, police academy, and welding have additional requirements and restrictions. Check out the Academics or Catalog links above for details.
If you need help, visit any of the Aims campuses to fill out an application in person.