AIM is positioned at the intersection of academic planning, policy analysis, and degree awards.
DARS is the degree audit & official record of L&S student academic progress. AIM oversees DARS encoding for all L&S programs.
The encoding of a portion of the Residence & Quality of Work requirement in the Psychology major DARS audit was recently revised. The majority of students will see no change in their audit. Students with questions about this revision or their audit results should consult with their Psychology advisor.2020-08-18
Welcoming Susan McMillan, AIM's new Senior Policy & Planning Analyst, to the College of Letters & Science and UW–Madison.2020-07-10
AIM participated in the development, review, & publication of three-year plans for seven undergraduate majors and degree programs in the College of Letters & Science. These optional plans were developed in a campus-wide pilot program & are the first of their kind in the College.2020-06-02
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