COVID-19 Update

May 13, 2022

In-Person Instruction

AIMS Education has resumed in-person instruction for labs, exams, and certain classes. Our COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan details the protocols that we are following to keep our school community safe.

Virtual School Visits

AIMS will continue to conduct virtual school visits for all prospective students. In order to participate in these virtual visits, you must have a computer, internet connection, and email account. During the virtual visit, our admissions specialists will discuss your programs of interest and show you a glimpse of the campus through images and videos. This will be an interactive experience so make sure you bring lots of questions. To learn more, please contact our admissions department at 908-222-0002, Ext. 553 or

Help Desk

To better assist and support our students, AIMS Education has set up a help desk for all technical and student related issues. Please contact if you are having technical issues, difficulty accessing school resources, or any other general questions. If the help desk is unable to assist you, your question will be forwarded to the appropriate department.

What is the Coronavirus?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus. The coronavirus is a respiratory disease that spread globally and became widespread throughout the United States. Please visit the CDC website for further updates and risk assessments.

How it Spreads

The coronavirus is spread primarily from person to person. Being in close proximity to an infected person who coughs or sneezes will increase the risk of the disease spreading. According to the CDC, infected individuals are most contagious when they are most symptomatic. It is also possible for non-symptomatic patients to spread the virus, but they are not believed to be as contagious.

CDC Recommendations

Get Vaccinated and stay up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines

Wear a mask

  • Everyone ages 2 years and older should properly wear a well-fitting mask indoors in public in areas where the COVID-19 Community Level is high, regardless of vaccination status.
  • Wear a mask with the best fit, protection, and comfort for you.
  • If you are in an area with a high COVID-19 Community Level and are ages 2 or older, wear a mask indoors in public.
  • If you are sick and need to be around others, or are caring for someone who has COVID-19, wear a mask.
  • If you are at increased risk for severe illness, or live with or spend time with someone at higher risk, speak to your healthcare provider about wearing a mask at medium COVID-19 Community Levels.
  • People who have a condition or are taking medications that weaken their immune system may not be fully protected even if they are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines. They should talk to their healthcare providers about what additional precautions may be necessary.

Everyone aged 2 years or older—including passengers and workers— should properly wear a well-fitting  mask or respirator in indoor areas of public transportation (such as airplanes, trains, buses, ferries) and transportation hubs (such as airports, stations, and seaports), especially in locations that are crowded or poorly ventilated such as airport jetways.

Please review the information below to stay up to date on all CDC recommendations and guidance.