What units make up Letters & Science Student Academic Affairs?
The following section provides general background and contact information for L&S Student Academic Affairs.
The Division of Student Academic Affairs in the College of Letters & Science is dedicated to the success of L&S undergraduate students both inside and outside the classroom. The services provided by this division include:
Academic Advising Services
Provides academic advising & associated student services for undeclared students interested in Letters & Science majors.
Phone: (608) 262-5858
101 Ingraham Hall
SuccessWorks (formerly, L&S Career Services - a part of L&S Career Initiative & Career Services)
Offers a variety of career advising & counseling services along with assisting students in preparing for internship opportunities.
Phone: (608) 262-3921
711 State Street, Suite 300
Undergraduate Academic Deans' Services
Provides a variety of services which include assisting with exceptions to L&S college policy & answering questions regarding L&S undergraduate academic policies and procedures.
110 Ingraham Hall
Phone: (608) 262-0617
Academic Information Management (AIM)
Provides several services which include accurate curriculum audit and degree progress information to students, advisors, and other stakeholders.
13 Ingraham Hall
For general questions: AIM@saa.ls.wisc.edu
Center for Academic Excellence (CAE)
Provides academic advising and community building for students of color and first generation college students within Letters & Science.
420 South Hall
Phone: (608) 262-3912
Management of Information Systems
Provides IT support for L&S Administration and Student Academic Affairs.
25 Ingraham Hall
Phone: (608) 262-9919
Provides information about scholarship opportunities for undergraduate students in the College of Letters & Science.
420 South Hall
Phone: (608) 262-4852
For general questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Research Scholars (URS) Program
Assists first- and second-year undergraduate students in obtaining hands-on experience in research or other creative endeavors by working closely with UW-Madison faculty and research staff.
313 Red Gym
Phone: (608) 890-3696
For general questions: email@example.com