Frequently Asked Questions

Question 1: Does AIMM offer on-campus housing?

Answer: AIMM does not have on-campus dorms, however, once a student is accepted into their academic program, they have the option of being placed on our “Housing & Roommate List.”

Our Career Services department can then reach out to the student to help find nearby, affordable housing. If the student requires a roommate, Career Services will help find a roommate of similar age and program of interest. 


Question 2: Are AIMM’s programs online?

Answer: We currently offer two (2) entirely online programs, our Online Music & Technology Certification with a focus in Guitar or Bass.

The rest of AIMM’s programs are Hybrid programs, meaning that certain classes can be taken online, while others will require you to come on-campus. 

*Online course availability and options subject to change due to COVID-19. 


Question 3: How is AIMM handling on-campus learning during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Answer: Students currently have the option of taking their classes on-campus, online, or creating a hybrid schedule.

Masks are required at all times while on campus, and student’s temperatures are taken at the student entrance, as well as upon entry of each class.

Maximum seat caps for every class has been enacted to maintain social distancing for on-campus students. Hand sanitizing stations have been installed at convenient locations all around campus. 


Question 4: Does AIMM accept financial aid?

Answer: AIMM currently administers the following Title IV Federal Aid Programs:

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Federal Direct Loans
  • Federal Direct PLUS Loans.
  • Once a student has been accepted for admission to AIMM, and has applied for Federal Financial Aid, their Financial Aid File will be processed.

All Federal Aid Applications and required supporting financial documents must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the student’s first day of class.


Question 5:  Does AIMM accept Veterans’ Education Benefits

Answer: Yes, AIMM is an approved Veteran training facility, and therefore our students may be eligible to receive their Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30), Post-9/11 Bill (Chapter 33), Vocational Rehabilitation (Chapter 31), or Survivors’ and Dependents’ Education Benefits (Chapter 35) to help fund their education. 


Question 6: Is AIMM scheduling in-person tours during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Answer: Out of an abundance of caution, AIMM is currently suspending on-campus tours due to COVID-19. However, you can book a one-on-one virtual tour with an admission advisor here.


Question 7: Does AIMM offer the necessary equipment for students to complete their coursework?

Answer: Yes, AIMM’s studios and computer labs are outfitted with all the hardware and software required to complete students’ coursework.

AIMM also offers the purchase of an additional “Tech Kit". The "Tech Kit" is not included in the cost of tuition, it is an optional expense if a student would like to outfit their home workspace with our suggested hardware and software.

The purchasing of the Tech Kit is handled through a third party website called Vintage King.


Question 8: How can I send my transcript if my school is closed?

Answer: AIMM accepts transcripts submitted electronically. School officials can send transcripts as an attachment from an official school email address or have an official transcript sent via the transcript service that your school uses.
Simply contact your school and request that they send us your official transcript. Transcripts sent electronically from a student email address will not be accepted.

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