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You can view the annual estimated cost of attendance here.
Just remember, these amounts are estimates on how much it will cost to attend University of Alaska Southeast. Estimated cost vary between living on or off campus or with your parents and if you are an undergraduate or a graduate student and how many credits you register for. For more information and a detailed outline of the tuition and fees please click here.
Loan limits are based on how many credits a student has and if they are an independent or a dependent student. Below is a chart of annual loan limits a student is eligible to receive.
|Stafford Annual Loan Limits|
Fund disbursement depends on your funding source. If you have state or federal funding, your funds will likely be disbursed electronically to your student account a few days before the start of the term. You will need to endorse checks from other funding agencies if they are made out to both you and the university. If you have more financial aid funds than university charges, a refund check will be issued to you.
See Disbursement Procedures for more information.
Yes. There are many scholarships for students who attend UAS. The annual application deadline is in February. Click here to view the UAS scholarships.
UAS also lists many other scholarships from other agencies please click here.
There are many scholarships for Alaska Native Students please click here.
Interest rates depend on the school year your loan was taken out. Please refer to the chart for more information:
School Year Loan Taken Out
Undergrad Subsidized Loan
Undergrad Unsubsidized Stafford Loans and all Graduate Stafford Loans
Parent PLUS & Grad PLUS
You will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every year that you wish to receive federal Financial Aid. Make sure you enter UAS School Code: 001065
For scholarships, many require a new application or a renewal application. Make sure you contact the scholarship coordinators at the organizations for their criteria's.
You can find view this on UAOnline.
Step 1: Log in to uaonline.alaska.edu
Step 2: Click on Financial Aid
Step 3: Click on Financial Aid Status
Step 4: Select the Current Aid Year
Now, you are able to see your student requirements, the message for each requirement, if there are any holds placed onto your account and your academic progress.
Deadlines are based on the funding agency programs (scholarship, grants etc.). Confirm with your funding agency for their exact deadlines.
To receive federal aid it is recommended and preferred that you apply before the semester starts. The first day you can fill out the FAFSA is January 1st for the next aid year. For example, if you were to attend college in the Fall of 2012, you would be able to complete the FAFSA on January 1, 2012.
To receive financial aid you must be admitted to an eligible degree program. Application for Admissions deadline is August 18th for Fall 2011 and January 3rd for Spring 2012.
If your federal award falls short of your costs, you can:
- Apply for scholarships.
- Seek employment. There are many on-campus jobs for students that are part-time and have flexible schedules.
- Make payment arrangements over the course of the semester for your university-related charges:
- Contact the Student Accounts Office at 907-796-6267 and ask about monthly payment plans.
- Apply for an alternative or "private" loan.