Student Services at AIMM
Roommate Referrals, Housing, Jobs, Work Study
The Admissions Office fields requests for information from prospective students.
The Admissions Office can refer you to students interested in having a roommate at your request.
However, AIMM cannot guarantee a roommate for a student.
AIMM does not provide on-campus housing for students. The Admissions Office can refer you to nearby housing at your request.
It is the responsibility of the student to secure affordable off-campus housing while enrolled at AIMM.
Other resources for finding local accommodations are listed below:
Job Placement for Graduates
AIMM is pleased to provide job placement assistance to our graduates.
During the final quarter of attendance, students will work with our Placement Specialist to generate a resume and begin exploring in-field employment opportunities.
Work Study Program
Part-time employment of 10 hours per week is available to students who demonstrate financial need as determined in the FAFSA.
Jobs are provided in campus departments.
Undergraduate students employed in regular work-study positions are paid bi-weekly at a rate of $10.00 per hour.
To apply for the work-study program a student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
More information about the Federal Work-Study Program is available from the online Federal Guide to Student Aid.
Students with Special Needs
Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, a person with a disability has a physical or mental impairment; has a record of such impairment; or is regarded as having such an impairment which substantially limits a major life activity such as walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, self-care, or learning.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media makes reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities when such accommodations are necessary to ensure equal access to the campus or curriculum.
Students must obtain and complete a Disability Accommodation Request Form and submit it to their Admissions Counselor or Academic Advisor no later than 30 days prior to the start of classes.
You will also have to submit certain supporting documentation.
Please note that high school IEPs alone are never sufficient to document a disability.
This information will be shared with others only as needed to meet your special requirements. Contact your Admissions Representative for more information.
Visit our full students with special needs page for more information.
Students who are experiencing mental health issues can contact the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health at 1-800-715-4225 or go to https://dbhdd.georgia.gov/
Or students can call 988 - The National Suicide Prevention Hotline