Aims Community College is an equal opportunity institution. The college prohibits discrimination in its practices, programs, and activities on the basis of age, race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability and is committed to maintaining an environment free from sexual or other harassment and retaliation.
A completed Application for Admission is required for all new students and students returning after an absence of one year or three terms. This applies to all students, including those taking courses for self-improvement or personal interest only. No admission fee is required.
Some programs, such as Radiologic Technology, require a separate, additional application for admission into the program to be submitted to the specific division. Admission to the College does not imply entry into any program which has selective admission standards. The College may deny admission or re-enrollment to individuals who cannot benefit from the programs/courses offered or if an applicant’s mental or physical disability may, in the opinion of the College, appear to be impractical or dangerous.
Aims uses a multiple measures approach to determine college-readiness and class/course placement. View the Testing Center site for more information.
Aims Community College does not require (but strongly encourages) immunization for measles or other diseases prior to admission. Students are urged to consult their personal health care provider regarding potential health risks.
In person and virtual tours - Aims welcomes prospective students, families and school groups to explore our campuses. Aims provides a virtual tour that highlights each of our sites: Greeley, Fort Lupton, Windsor and Loveland. Visit our campus virtually at www.aims.edu/student/#virtualtour. If you would like to see the Greeley or Windsor Campus in person, consider joining us for an on-campus tour. Tours for prospective students are from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. View tour dates and RSVP at: www.aims.edu/prospective/campus-tour.
Get Started Sessions - Attend a personalized Get Started Session! During the session, we will walk you through the process of applying to attend Aims, answer your questions, and help you prepare to get started at Aims. Email us for an appointment at email@example.com or call 970.330.8008 and press ‘0.’ Wednesday Webinars (Online Get Started Sessions) - Virtually attend a group Get Started Session or view it on-demand! The webinar covers the same information outlined above in the personalized Get Started Session. Prospective students can view the on-demand version Wednesday Webinar dates and RSVP at: www.aims.edu/prospective/campus-tour.
College 101 Sessions - Hear about Aims Community College’s degree and certificate programs and learn about the differences between four-year universities, community colleges and private colleges. An overview of transfer credit and accreditation will also be explored. Attend an in person or on-demand session: www.aims.edu/prospective/campus-tour.
If you need accommodations for any of the above activities, please contact Disability Access Services at 970.339.6388 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have sunset-ed our International program. Effective immediately, we are no longer accepting application for admission for all F-1 and M-1 visas.