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Aims Community College to present College 101 for anyone interested in going to college
Prospective students, parents, families and anyone who would like to learn more about going to college are invited to attend Aims Community College’s College 101 presentation and a story time with mascot Arty at each campus. Dinner will be provided and all activities are free.
College 101 will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the following dates:
· November 14, Greeley Campus, Cornerstone building, 5401 W. 20th Street, Greeley, CO
· November 28, Windsor Campus, Public Safety Institute building, 1130 South Gate Drive, Windsor, CO
· December 4, Loveland Campus, 104 East 4th Street, Loveland, CO
· December 6, Fort Lupton Campus, 260 College Avenue, Fort Lupton, CO
Please RSVP through this link: https://goo.gl/forms/WyOCU2tfKUno8RSB2 or call
970-330-8008 and press 0 to RSVP.
College 101 Presentation Overview
In this presentation, attendees will hear about Aims Community College’s degree and certificate programs, and the differences between four-year universities, community colleges and private colleges. An overview of transfer credit and accreditation may also be explored.
Attendees will also learn about the Aims Admissions process. Topics will include assessment requirements, college and program orientations, college acronyms and vocabulary. College costs/debt, scholarships, and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be discussed. Aims’ Who are you? quiz is a fun wrap-up activity for attendees to explore Aims opportunities.
The Community Foundation and its affiliates in Fort Lupton and Windsor award scholarships to students throughout Weld County. These scholarships support students who want to continue their education and prepare for the workforce. Winners are determined by a carefully selected panel of volunteers who thoughtfully consider all applications. More often than not, they are tasked with making very difficult decisions.
The 2017 program awarded $220,000 in the form of 100 scholarships from more than 33 different funds. Click on a link below for more information on the program.
Visit the link to apply: https://www.cfsgwc.org/scholarships
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