Catalog 2022-2023 
    Jun 13, 2024  
Catalog 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Enrollment Management

The Enrollment Management department is within the Student Engagement, Inclusion and Success (SEIS) division. The department is responsible for strategic recruitment and enrollment management strategies for the college. The Enrollment Management department houses College for Kids, Recruitment, and the Navigation Station. The team serves students through introduction, recruitment and onboarding to Aims as well as being the front-face of the Welcome Center and student support on campus. 

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 as a visiting student or for personal interest. No admission fee is required.

Admission to the college does not guarantee admission into some programs. Selective admission programs require an additional application for admission and/or additional steps that must be completed through the academic department’s office. Some examples are health care fields, aviation, and police academy. Other departments may have waitlists, and examples are welding and automotive. For the most current  information, visit the department web page.

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.

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.

College For Kids

Phone: 970-378-3665


College for Kids (C4K) is a summer program that provides a unique, educational and fun experience for students ages 9 to 15 by providing an opportunity to “go to college.” Students participate in classes of their choice and engage in a variety of topics that are intended to introduce kids to possible careers and get them to think about what opportunities they may want to pursue in the future. All classes are designed to be fun, captivating and hands-on. Each campus location (Loveland, Windsor, Fort Lupton, and Greeley) hosts one four-day session throughout the month of June.


Phone: 970-339-6477


The Recruitment team works with high schools and other community partners within our service area to support all students regarding their enrollment at Aims Community college and create a streamlined student services experience from recruitment to registration; this includes nurturing student relationships from suspects and prospective stages from inquiry to matriculation and onboarding. These activities include educating prospective students about career options and program offerings at Aims, guiding through the admission application, and coordinating efforts with cross functional departments to orient and onboard students through on- and off-campus visits and events throughout the year.

Navigation Station

Phone: 970-339-6222


The Navigation Station serves all prospective and current students virtually as well as physically on the Greeley campus. The Navigation Station team serve as go-to-people for all prospective and current students and are available to answer questions about Aims, help students apply, and guide students through enrollment processes, basic financial aid support, submitting records & registration forms, making connections, and finding their pathway at Aims.