Working together, UNC and Aims Community College are offering pathways to success
Aims Community College and UNC unveiled a joint program initiative called Aims2UNC, which helps create a path for students to transition directly to UNC after earning an associate’s degree at Aims. The partnership, launched Sept. 5, comes as a response to Colorado’s statewide goal calling for 66 percent of its residents to earn a college credential by 2025.
Aims2UNC will provide each student enrolled in the program a transition advisor who will offer support and guidance to prepare students for admission to UNC. The program will also provide guaranteed admission to UNC for students accepted into the Aims2UNC program.
“This is truly a win-win-win,” says UNC President Andy Feinstein, Ph.D., who introduced the program along with Aims President and CEO Leah Bornstein, Ph.D. “Our students, our campuses and our community will benefit immensely from this partnership.”
Aims2UNC began this fall and is set to expand in the fall of 2020.