Helping you get the most out of your college experience.
There’s a lot to think about in college, and you have your own strengths and challenges. We’re here to help with your individual needs through different services that make it easier to tackle classes, plan for your future, keep your mind and body healthy, and achieve your college and life goals.
The mission of James J. Shea Sr. Memorial Library is to assist the American International College community in their quest for knowledge by providing resources and services that support information literacy, encourage life-long learning and promote personal fulfillment.
Welcome to the NEST – AIC’s Center for Navigating Educational Success Together! As Yellow Jackets, each of you will build a network of support that will help you be successful. To assist you in building that success network, we have created the NEST. Much like Yellow Jackets build nests as their home base, we hope you’ll come to think of this as a part of your home and a one-stop shop that will support you as you progress through your time in college. Within the NEST, you’ll find the following:
Whether you are a first-year or a transfer student, we know that transitions can be challenging. Most colleges have a first year experience course, but at American International College we believe college is a transformative experience and it is critical to support you as a student for all four years. AIC Plan for Excellence (APEX) is designed to help you make the most of your educational journey; develop relationships with faculty and staff, explore and discuss critical topics, and become connected to American International College. Our faculty are passionate about student growth and building community through their classrooms.
We understand that all of us learn in our own way. The Learning Services of American International College are tailored specifically to you and can help with everything from goal setting to test taking to self-advocacy.
CASAA collaborates with all members of the institution’s diverse community to ensure that all aspects of campus life – learning, working, and living – are universally accessible. The department provides resources, training, and direct services to ensure people with disabilities may have a greater opportunity to achieve their goals.
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