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Reviews 608 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It's been smooth sailing at this school thanks to the advisors and counselors to help me along the way.

College Junior

Career Services: I have not graduated yet, so I am not familiar with this schools post-grad services.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The library is kind of small compared to most school libraries but is a nice place to receive tutoring or study. The atmosphere is a good place to get work done.

4 College Junior

Online Courses: The professors encourage students to communicate and discuss topics within the syllabus. They are prompt in answering any questions a student may have.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The work load at this school is not too bad and perhaps they don't expect that much from their students. I feel they are catering to people who may have dropped out of high school and are returning to this college to pursue a higher education.

3 College Junior

Academic Experience: The best program at this school to join is the STEM/Trio services. They have special tutoring and programs to help students succeed. There are advisors that cater to a transfer students needs and they are always happy to help.

3 College Junior

Student Body: The student body seems to be enthusiastic about bringing students together and encouraging success. There are workshops to help students with disabilities, help with managing money, and to encourage healthy study habits.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: Most of the professors were easy to work with and understandable with students during the course of my experience with this school so far. I wish they had offered more of a variety of courses, I feel limited to what I would like to take especially in their language department. I also wish they had more of a music department.

3 College Junior

Overall Experience: There seems to be some programs offered to help students find a career or a college to transfer to. There are career fairs to help students on their path.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Honestly this is my very first encounter through a schools financial aid and tuition process, everything seems straightforward and I do feel it's a decent college experience to prepare me for a four year college. Everyone seems to be happy to answer any questions I have in the financial aid office and seem very knowledgable.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: The curriculum is too lenient and too easy. The use of technology, such as graphing calculators is not so great. There is also a severe limitation on the number of and accessibility to computerized algebra systems like Maple or Mathworks.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: About average, nothing special. This college is the lower middle management of community colleges, never ruffled any feathers, kept its head down, but never really made a lasting impression on anyone.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: About average, but the instructors are so hard to get a hold of, if they don't have a reason to interact with you, they typically won't and when they do it takes days to get responses from them.

2 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: They aren't willing to allow us to skip introductory courses, for instance, I had a year of chemistry, a half year of organic chemistry, a year of physics, but I couldn't skip the introductory biology class without testing out.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Class sizes are small and there is lots of student/instructor interaction in the courses I've taken, but I've only taken higher level courses that require lots of prerequisites and that's generally a result of the prereq's. Other than that, everything is about average.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: I don't really know, most students transfer, but my stepfather had a job before he finished school there.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: The hours and availability of most campus services are great going from around 6 AM to 10 PM, but certain services, such as the kitchen could use some more hours.

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The Financial Aid people need to get their game together, it's hard if not impossible to reach someone. I know that Financial Aid offices are busy, but these guys are terrible. The process for obtaining student loans is vague and difficult to navigate, often it isn't even discussed with students.

3 College Senior

Career Services: I don't know much about the career services, most of the people I know and I myself are planing on transferring.

4 College Senior

Student Body: The student body is fairly open minded, there are some individuals who are not, but over all they are quite accepting.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: It's easy to choose classes at my own available times.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: The students at AIMS are highly motivated, whether it be studying or participating in a club. The atmosphere in the student center is very encouraging. Students are quick to spot out new students and welcome them to the school. There is truly every walk of life in the school and seems to be no bias towards any diversity within the school.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: The overall experience has been great so far. The AIMS website was great with everything that was needed to be done as a new student. It had step by step instructions of what needed to be done and the order of which to do so. The classes were very easy to enroll in and had many different times and teachers to choose from.

4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: As stated before, I had a bit of a rough time with financial aid. When I would turn in a paper to the office, they would send me another one to fill out and this occurred three times. It would be much easier if they were to do everything in a one-step process. Also, I personally have been waiting to hear the results of my financial aid, I was told two weeks and it has been well over a month and still have not received anything.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: The school offers a great support system for veterans! Although I am not a veteran, my father was in the Air Force for 20 years and I was moved around a lot when I was growing up. My husband is currently an active duty member of the Air Force and am living in Colorado due to his stationing. AIMS has an advisor that specially adhears to veterans and dependents and even has a club dedicated to veterans.

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