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 735-5594/5

 projectaim@guamcc.edu

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Project AIM

Project AIM

 
Project AIM 
TRiO PROGRAM - Strive for the Highest! 

 
Project AIM Team
Administrator & Staff PAIM Tutors
Fermina Sablan
Program Director
 
James Fathal
Program Coordinator

Megann Rojas
Administrative Aide
Jada Aldan

Kenly Magwili

 
FA2019 PAIM Orientation


About Our Program

Project AIM is a TRIO, Student Support Services Program that is federally-funded and serves eligible post-secondary students enrolled in Guam Community College. Project AIM’s goal is to provide the academic and personal support necessary to help students graduate and transfer to a four-year institution. PAIM Brochure
 

Our Mission

To provide quality student support services and education so our students can succeed in life and college, graduate and/or transfer to a bachelors degree or beyond. 
 

Services

Project AIM provides a wealth of services that help students to succeed in earning a degree or certificate in their chosen field. These services include:
  • Academic Advising
  • Mentorship See Mentorship Guidelines 
  • Financial Aid Support - FAFSA & Scholarship searches and application
  • Financial Literacy
  • Tutoring Assistance 
  • Career Counseling 
  • Cultural Enrichment Activities
  • Project Aim Resource and Computer Lab
  • Information Transfer
 

Eligibility

Project AIM participants must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and enrolled in or accepted to GCC. Students must have a need for academic support and must also meet one or more of the following criteria:
  • First-generation in college (parents have not earned a Bachelor's degree)
  • Documented disability
  • Low income as defined by federal regulations
 

Financial Aid Office
Library/Learning Resource Center
Student Support Services
Admissions and Records
Assessment and Counseling
Student Health Center

U.S. Department of Education 2019 Low-Income Level Guideline