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AIM — Ability in Motion

TRIO Project AIM, Ability in Motion, is a federally funded Student Support Services Grant program. This program serves students that have documented disabilities and are registered with the office of Services for Students with Disabilities.

The mission of this Student Support Services Grant program is to provide individualized assistance toward academic achievement and retention, empowering students to accomplish their educational and career goals. Eligible students can receive additional specialized academic advising and career counseling to ensure that all facilities and programs are accessible. Some first and second-year students are eligible to receive financial assistance in the form of a special grant.

  • AIM Advising Meet with the dedicated AIM program academic advisor to help in your planning.
  • Career Development AIM's career development advisor will work with students to get you where you want to go.
  • AIM events Part of the AIM mission is to build community, so see the calendar of events and attend some!
  • GEN 100, section 708: Foundations for Academic Success

    • Fall 2022, 1 credit
    • Meets Wednesday at 11:00-11:50am in person
    • Make connections and develop friendships in a small class setting
    • Identify and focus on personal goals and requirements for accomplishing your degree
    • Explore learning styles, values, coping methods and self-advocacy skills
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