The Student Services Center is committed to empowering students to achieve their own definition of success throughout their American Institute of Interior Design experience. This mission is accomplished by providing learning supports, distance learning information, advisement, career services, and other services.
Topics our advisors will cover:
• Program prerequisites.
• Program progression.
• Identify resources for additional information.
• Develop plans of study and strategies.
• Program costs
Advisors are not licensed counselors. If you need professional counseling, visit your primary care physician or your health insurance provider. If you do not have health insurance, visit www.healthcare.gov for low-cost plans.
If you are in a life-threatening situation, call a 24-hour National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255.
If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
We’re here to help you prevent and resolve technical issues quickly.
New to online learning? All the links you need are in one place on our Student Information System, including online learning guides and help with Populi.
Our online Orientation course offers tutorials, resources, and information to keep your online experience at AIID trouble-free.
The technical support is available to assist you Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (MST).
** Service requests that can be solved by the available staff will be handled, and other non-emergency service requests will be handled within 24-48 hours during the next regular workday (Monday-Friday). Not all services are available at all times.
System requirements can be found here.
Our experts work with our graduates to obtain internships and entry-level positions with numerous local and national employers*.
Our partners offer employment in various segments, such as:
• Residential design
• New homes, custom and pre-planned
• Closet and modular storage design
• Cabinet design
• Window treatments
• Specialty lighting
• Home Staging
• Commercial furniture
• Custom furniture
• Color advisory
• Interior tile and stone
• Commercial space design
Contact our employment experts for assistance in building a resume, exploring and applying for jobs, and interview coaching.
Student Disability Services
Who is eligible
- Students with physical disabilities
- Students with chronic illnesses
- Students with emotional disabilities
- Students with learning disabilities
- Students with temporary disabilities such as pregnancy, major surgery, major injury, etc.
- Students with mental health issues
AIID provides reasonable accommodations in adherence with local, state, and federal law. To receive accommodations, you must voluntarily disclose your disability to Student Disability Services and follow the steps to receive accommodations. Accommodations are not retroactive. Approved accommodation requests submitted after courses have begun will be effective within 10 working days of receiving your completed request.
1. To complete an Accommodation Request, students can access the form Student Disability Services.
IF the student has an issue accessing the form for any reason, please contact the SAS office at Disability_Services@aiid.edu or by phone at 480-946-9606
Once you submit the form, your SDS Consultant will contact you to set up a time to connect to establish necessary documentation and appropriate accomodations.
2. The student must provide supporting documentation to receive accommodations.
The Student Disability Services office begins processing your request when all documents are received. Submit all documents at least ten working days prior to the start of your courses to allow adequate processing time.
Maintaining your accommodations
Your accommodations are valid for one academic year. To continue receiving accommodations, you are required to complete a new Accommodation Request Form each year after your original approval date. Supporting documentation for permanent disabilities remains on file with SAS. If you are approved for temporary services, you will be asked to provide additional documentation to continue receiving accommodations.
Please notify SDS of any schedule changes that may occur during your program to ensure your accommodations are in place. If you withdraw or are suspended, contact Student Disability Services upon your return to re-establish accommodations.
If accommodations are not properly requested, AIID cannot provide reasonable accommodations.
Online Learning Readiness Questionnaire
Many students and their families seek financial help in paying for a college education. American Institute of Interior Design participates in Department of Education financial aid programs and will provide assistance to prospective students in determining eligibility for loans and grants. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Complete details regarding financial aid are available through the Financial Aid Office and prospective students are encouraged to meet with the Financial Aid Director at any time. A free Preliminary Financial Aid Profile will be done for anyone who has applied to the college. This profile is an estimate of financial aid eligibility for grants and loans.
For a complete list of Financial Aid information, click here.
Personal Finances and Budgeting
While you’re in college or career school, you’ll need to learn how to manage your finances, plan for changes, and prepare for the unexpected. Budgeting will help you build decision-making skills and reach your financial and academic goals.
Explore the following links to learn about paying for your educations and creating budgets to follow during and after school.
Khan Academy offers free online lessons in personal finance.
Nerdwallet.com: Budgeting for College Students: Where to Start
Bankrate.com: Student Budget Calculator. Use this budget calculator to help analyze a budget as a full-time student.
Studentiad.gov also provides many resources:
Veterans and VA Benefits
AIID is military friendly and would like to work with you to make sure you get all of your benefits.