Only two years passed between the birth of the idea of a community college in Greeley, Colorado, until Aims Community College opened its doors in 1967, enrolling nearly one thousand students. Through the decades, Aims has continued to invest millions of dollars constructing thousands of square feet and implementing innovative programming. Today, Aims Community College incorporates four campuses, in Greeley, Fort Lupton, Loveland, and Windsor, along with online opportunities.
Aims Community College offers online courses through both degree programs and the Continuing Education Division. Students can choose numerous credit courses ranging from Art History and English Composition to Law Enforcement Operations and Medical Terminology. Additionally, Aims Community College has established an online Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Studies that can be earned entirely online, or combined with on-campus classes. Online classes are conducted asynchronously, and students interact via web-based chat rooms and message boards.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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