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UAS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its students, employees, and visitors impacted by COVID-19. Check back regularly for updates.

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Apply Now for Fall 2021

Plan for success, from financial aid and scholarships to reserving your spot in campus housing. Our advisors want to connect with you. Discover the real value of your education—Apply today.

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Focus on Financial Aid

Deadlines are fast approaching; UAS recommends that you file your FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) by February 15, 2021 to be considered for all UAS Scholarships. Apply for all UAS scholarships with a single application! Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

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Summer Class Registration

Priority registration: Students currently in a degree program may register now: Visit UAOnline to review the summer schedule and register for classes. Meet with your advisor for assistance with course selection. Financial Aid may be available for summer courses.

Open Registration begins February 22.

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Alaska Native Languages Class Scholarship

Register Now for a language class for Spring 2021!

University of Alaska Southeast and Sealaska is offering a scholarship for any students who want to take an Alaska Native Language course (Tlingit, Haida or Tsimshian) during the Spring 2021 semester. (Exception: Students who have tuition paid for by another organization are ineligible for this scholarship.)

For more information, contact the UAS Financial Aid Office at 907-796-6255 or

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Pick. Click. Give.

Help Alaska's Students Become Alaska's Strength

When you apply for your Permanent Fund Dividend this year, you can select UAS, a non-profit educational institution that improves the cultural and economic wellbeing of Alaskans. Contribute to the future of the state that you love and Pick.Click.Give. to UAS this year.

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Earn a Business Degree Online on Your Time

The business programs offered at UAS prepare you for in-demand positions, from bookkeeping and office management to accounting and administration. Get the necessary skills for that entry-level job or increase your knowledge and credentials to expand your career potential.

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The University of Alaska Southeast offers online learning options that fit around your life­ and within your budget.

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Learn and Live on the Juneau Campus

Take our 5 min. video tour and you’ll see our classroom spaces, housing facilities, library, recreation center, and learn all about what campus life has to offer. Want to learn more? Join an admissions counselor on a customized virtual tour and get all your questions answered about living on the UAS Juneau campus.

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UAS in the News

University president touts marine biology and fisheries expansion for UAS

University of Alaska President Pat Pitney told the Juneau Chamber of Commerce today (Thursday) that she sees an exciting opportunity in marine biology and fisheries for the University of Alaska Southeast. "The place-based nature of the University of Alaska Southeast and that consolidation of fisheries management and the unique location of the campus and the interest of the community are all very aligned in that fisheries - marine biology - ocean sciences space," she said.

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Archaeologists Identify Famed Fort Where Indigenous Tlingits Fought Russian Forces

For thousands of years, the Tlingit people made their home in the islands of Southeast Alaska among other indigenous peoples, including the Haida, but at the turn of the 19th century, they came into contact with a group that would threaten their relationship with the land: Russian traders seeking to establish a footprint on the North American continent. The colonists had been expanding into Alaska for decades, first exploiting Aleut peoples as they chased access to sea otters and fur seals that would turn profits in the lucrative fur trade.

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Program that brings Indigenous culture into the classroom expands to more communities in Southeast Alaska

A program that teaches teachers how to incorporate culture into their classrooms has moved into several communities in Southeast Alaska. The program “Thru the Cultural Lens” is run by Sealaska Heritage Institute. It’s been in some of Juneau’s secondary schools for about seven years but this year it’s expanding to five K-12 school districts in smaller communities in the region.

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Diverse: Issues In Higher Education Magazine Profiles Top “Under 40” Scholars

The January 21, 2021 edition will profile 15 “under 40” scholars throughout the country who are making their mark in the academy through teaching, research and service. These outstanding scholars represent the future of academia and serve as an inspiration to both students and colleagues.

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