Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 16, 1973 · Page 61
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 61

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 16, 1973
Page 61
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Mem. April 16,1973 OREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE A-25 Quality Education is Our Progress Goal AIMS COLLEGE IS PROGRESSING YOU CAN PROGRESS WITH US ·6ROVER · AULT iBRIGGSDALE · STONE HAM · WINDSOR AIMS I COLLEGE! · JOHNSTOWN · EATON I GREELEY · GILCREST · PLATTEVIUUE · FORT LUPTON ··WATTENBURG i K E R S E Y IKEENESBURG WE SERVE THE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF WELD COUNTY AIMS COLLEGE IS PROGRESSING We are planning to expand our present course offerings in General Studies, Occupational Education and Adult and Evening programs to meet our student and community needs. Our Comprehensive Campus Plan -- 16 major facilities on 185 acres -- is continually being developed. Two new buildings are planned for construction during 1973-74 to meet our growing needs. Our Area Vocational School program, providing college courses for high school credit, serves over 125 high school students in Weld County's nine school districts. Our Adult and Evening program, serving many communities in Weld County, offers 170 classes for those who wish to further their education on a part-time basis. YOU CAN HELP US PROGRESS Aims College strives to provide high quality education for each individual student, whether enrolled in a transfer program, a vocational-technical program, or in an adult education program. We are geared to meet your needs. We will even help you design your own course. Let's say you are interested in a course such as chess or investing. All you have to do is find 10 other interested persons and Aims will provide a course in chess or investing just for you and your friends. Does helping us grow sound easy? It is, and it happens all the time. YOU CAN PROGRESS WITH US Aims College believes that each individual should be allowed to succeed regardless of past educational experience. This belief has prompted the adoption of an "Open Door" policy for you Anyone with a high school diploma or who is 18 years old may enter Aims to further his education. You can grow educationally by pursuing a transfer or occupational program or any of the many courses offered in these areas: Transfer Program Areas Occupational Program Areas Adult Interest Courses Composition Literature Speech Art Drama Humanities Science Political Science Geography Physical Education Math Social Science Economics History Distributive Education Fire Science Office Occupations Business Mid Management Aviation Electronics Technical Illustration Building Construction Police Science Nurse Assisting Auto Body Repair 'Auto Mechanics 'Child Care .Engineering Drafting Welding Small Engine Mechanics Macrame Knitting Upholstery Furniture Design Taxidermy Interior Decoraling Yoga Mexican Foods Dressmaking Income Tax Preparation Curlainsand Drapes Furniture Repair Sewing with Knits Crocheting Conversational Spanish WHAT PROGRESS WILL COST YOU With tuition and fees increasing throughout the nation. Aims believes a quality education shouldn't cost you a bundle. Our tuition is $4 a credit hour for in-district students. On a full-time load of 15 hours, that's about $60 a quarter. Low tuition costs may be something to consider when you return to school or start making plans tor your son's or daughter's future education. If you are concerned with costs, visit with our professional guidance counselors. They will be happy to show you just what an education will cost you. AIMS WILL CONTINUE TO PROGRESS Thanks to your support and the support we receive throughout Greeley and Weld County, we will continue to expand and meet student needs of all ages. We look forward to growing with you during the 70's. Aims Community College 5401 W. 20th St.

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