- Online Review Overview
- Review Components
- Rating Scales
- Save and Load
- Multiple Programs
- Review and Summary Checkboxes
- Faculty Review
- Tips for Success
Login to AIM
- Open a web browser.
- Navigate to the BYU homepage.
- Log in to myBYU using your BYU Net ID and password.
- Click the AIM icon on the myBYU Interchange page, or enter a page ID in the Quick URL box and then click the Go button.
Navigate in AIM
There are three ways to navigate through AIM:
AIM (Academic Information Management) is the university’s student information system. AIM has user-friendly web pages and data storage in an Oracle database, allowing flexibility, future enhancements, and consolidation.
Many graduate studies procedures at Brigham Young University are accomplished through AIM. All university departments can store and access student and faculty data, and with the proper security clearance, graduate coordinators and program managers can view, update, and add data regarding the history and progress of students in their department.
This section contains general information about the AIM system.
- AIM Overview
- AIM Procedures
- Login to AIM
- Navigate in AIM
- Enter Information in AIM
- Access Applicant or Student Record in AIM
- Exit AIM
Graduate Studies maintains student records pertinent to graduate study at BYU, including original applications and official transcripts received from other universities. All U.S. student application documents are imaged, as are the documents of international students who are admitted. The imaged documents of U.S. applicants not admitted are purged in the second year after the submitted application. The imaged application of students who are admitted but fail to finish their degree are destroyed after ten years.
Despite the well-meaning efforts of students and faculty, there may be occasions when a graduate student feels that his or her work has been unfairly or inadequately evaluated. Usually such differences can be amicably resolved between the student and faculty member. The following procedures are designed to encourage satisfactory resolution of academic grievances with a minimum of formal procedure.