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Student-athlete--and Hodgkin's lymphoma survivor--Alyssa Hofacker is back to school and the volleyball court. Read more...
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About ASLS

Find out more about the ASLS division through our annual All Division Meeting Presentation [PDF]

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Maintaining an ethical culture which includes honesty, accountability, respect and trust is important to us:
UW-Stout Ethics Statement [PDF]

Our philosophy about communication is based on maintaining and encouraging collaboration between all members of the ASLS division. Read more about it:
ASLS Communication Plan [PDF]

What's happening in ASLS

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Celebrating 365!

Safety Reception
Safety Committee Chairs Adam Ludwig and Kirk Miller address members of the Safety Incentive teams
This week, members of UW-Stout’s Safety Incentive teams attended a reception honoring their outstanding achievement:  Going 365 days without a lost-time accident.
At the reception, Chancellor Bob Meyer expressed his appreciation for the great job the team members do ensuring their own safety, as well as the safety of their coworkers, the students, and others. “It’s also wonderful to hear that the result is no lost work time and savings of over $100,000,” he added. “I know others will want to pilot similar programs at their institutions.” 

UW-System Risk Manager Tom Joestgen agreed, saying, “This will be a model for every campus we have in the system.” 

“This award program makes safety visible—keeps it visible. You’ve gotten great results and great recognition back in Madison,” Joestgen added.
UW-Stout Vice Chancellor Phil Lyons also praised the teams’ hard work and success. “This has been a wonderful program,” he said. “It’s important to celebrate success, especially when it’s so well deserved.”

Budget Model Review

The Budget Model Review Committee hopes to bring incentive-based funding into the university budget-planning model. Learn more about the Budget Model Review committee.


All-Division Meeting

The 2014 ASLS All-Division Meeting took place recently.
All division slide show 

Safety incentives prevent injuries, save money

safety check presentation

New UW-System Risk Manager Tom Joestgen presents Chancellor Meyers with a "check" for $108,000, which equates to the amount the Safety Incentive Program has saved the university. In the year since the program was launched, the university has had zero lost-time accidents.

Pictured (left to right): former Safety Committee Chair John Lui, Safety & Risk Director Dean Sankey, Chancellor Meyer, Tom Joestgen, and Safety Committee Co-Chairs Kirk Miller and Adam Ludwig.

Stout Student-Athletes earn All-Academic Award and Scholastic Honor Roll

For the fourth consecutive year, Stout student-athletes earned the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Conference (WIAC) All-Academic Award by compiling a grade point average (GPA) equal to, or greater than, the GPA of the overall student body. In the process, 245 UW-Stout student-athletes achieved a 3.0 GPA or better and were named to the Scholastic Honor Roll. Individuals named to the Scholastic Honor Roll received a certificate, while UW-Stout collected a plaque for the All-Academic Award.


Well grounded at Stout

Inspirational Tim Nelson

Housing Wins Award

University Housing was named this year’s ACUHO-I/EBI Award recipient.   

As this year’s award winner, UW-Stout receives an ACUHO-I/EBI Complete Assessment Package for 2012-2013. In addition, EBI will present Housing personnel a plaque at the ACUHO-I Annual Conference and feature University Housing in an article in the Talking Stick publication.   

EBI commends the UW-Stout's commitment to continuous improvement and applaud Housing's innovative use of the ACUHO-I/EBI assessments to improve student satisfaction and learning outcomes in their residence halls and promote data driven decision making in the continuous improvement process.


Welcome to UW-Stout's Administrative and Student Life Services (ASLS) division!  The ASLS Vice Chancellor's Office oversees the following five units, as well as the Budget Office and University Internal Audit:

  • Athletics
  • Business & Financial Services
  • Health & Safety
  • Physical Plant
  • Student Life Services