Do you want to become a more successful college student?
The AIM program focuses on Building College Readiness through the development of expanded in-person and online orientation programs. Students will better understand the processes and expectations of becoming a successful college student. The orientation programs also focus on helping families better understand how they can support their student. Our case manager provides one-on-one assistance to students as well as offering workshops and wellness programs to help students build life skills.
Do you need guidance and support to achieve your goals?
The AIM program offers Mentoring and Advising programs. Students are paired with faculty, staff and peer mentors who will help acquaint students with the Otero culture, provide information on services, careers, and give general support to the student throughout their academic experience at Otero. Students will receive academic advising to help them choose a degree path, complete their degree on time, and graduate from Otero College.
Complete the Form Below to Participate in Mentor Program
Are you looking for job experience related to your field?
The AIM Program Expands the Student Experience by providing students with additional opportunities to work with faculty and gain experience related to their studies outside the classroom. Otero faculty also have the opportunity to develop research projects with students or to include service learning components in their coursework.
Meet the AIM Team
AIM Grant Project Director
Phone: (719) 384-6862
Office: Humanities Center 123
director I serve as the institutional lead for the project, oversee the project budget and head the Title V Steering Committee. I came to Otero as a tutor in 2005. Over my 16 years at Otero, I have been a tutor, Director of Student Success Center and Disability Services and most recently the Educational Resource and Disabilities Services Specialist. I am an alumni of Otero and received my Bachelor of Science in Applied Management from National American University. I love spending time with my family, participating in outdoor activities, watching athletic events and crafting.
Phone: (719) 384-6811
Office: Humanities Center 122
Student Success Coach
Phone: (719) 384-6860
Office: Academic Success Center
Kimberly Munro, Ph.D.
Faculty Professional Development and Student Research Coordinator
Phone: (719) 384-6878
Office: Wheeler Hall 116
Phone: (719) 384-6999
Office: Learning Commons 124