Support ServicesFoundations in Native Education Class
Undergraduate UAS PITAAS students are required to take a year-long course that is designed to build leadership skills and strengthen Native identity.Tutoring
PITAAS students are also provided with group and individual tutoring support through The Learning Center.Native and Rural Student Center
The Native and Rural Student Center provides a welcoming space for students to gather in a comfortable environment, as well as staff support to meet student needs.Wooch.Een
The Alaska Native student organization, Wooch.Een, meets regularly and sponsors many cultural activities throughout the year.Cultural Inclusion/Faculty Fellowship
PITAAS contributes toward UAS as a culturally responsive institution by integrating Native culture into courses and supporting UAS faculty to meet the learning needs of Native students.
Sealaska Heritage Institute, the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska, Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood, Future Educators of Alaska, and school districts from Southeast Alaska are partners with UAS in the PITAAS Program.