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COVID Plan and FAQ

Fall 2020 and what to expect Spring 2021. UAS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its students, employees, and visitors impacted by the risk of Coronavirus/COVID-19. In order to facilitate a safe and sustainable campus, UAS is implementing modifications to our regular operations.

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Register Now for Spring Semester Classes

The schedule for spring semester is available online.

  • NOV 9: Spring 2021 Early Registration (Students currently in a program)
  • NOV 23: Spring 2021 Open Registration for ALL Students
  • JAN 11: First day of instruction

Questions about your degree progress? UAS advisors are here to help; contact us today.

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Evening at Egan: Watch Online!

Join us every Friday at 7 pm for Evening at Egan, the annual UAS lecture series held each fall.

Watch the live-streamed presentations with Zoom or Facebook Live; a great way to fully participate and ask questions to our expert presenters.

View full schedule and register to attend (free!)

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2020 UAS Power & Privilege Symposium

Live Streaming November 10–11, 2020

The 6th Annual UAS Power & Privilege Symposium is a conference-style event designed to give members of the UAS & Southeast Alaska communities an opportunity to explore dynamic and pressing societal changes through difficult, thoughtful, and honest conversations about the complex and increasingly diverse society in which we live.

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UAS Fall Semester Activities

Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan students: There are lots of opportunities to connect to each other at this challenging time. No matter which UAS campus you call home, check out our full calendar of on-campus and online events. Virtual art studio, gaming, holiday celebrations, and more. Ramp up the fun this fall with UAS student activities!

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Tidal Echoes Books Mailing Now

Featuring artist Pat Race and playwright Mo Longworth. Purchase your copy of the 2020 edition of Tidal Echoes online—we'll mail it directly to you! Check out author readings, videos, excerpts and more on the Tidal Echoes Launch website. (Order fulfillment managed by the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council.)

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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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UAS.EDU

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

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Save 25% on Tuition for Career and Technical Courses

Now is a great time to earn your Occupational Endorsement with 25% tuition reduction on selected courses.

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UAS in the News

Power & Privilege Symposium adds second day

The 2020 UAS Power & Privilege Symposium will include live, virtual sessions on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and Wednesday, Nov. 11.

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UAS partners with Willamette University to provide law career pathway

The University of Alaska Southeast has forged a partnership with Willamette College of Law to provide an opportunity for UAS students to pursue a career in law. The 4+3 Direct Admission Program allows undergraduate students studying at UAS, and UAS alumni, to gain admission to Willamette Law based on certain academic credentials. Yet although the economy is being decimated by the reduction in tourist vessels, the state’s humpback whales are some of the few locals actually enjoying the silence.

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Humpback whales seize chance to sing in Alaska's cruise-free Covid summer

For Alaskans, summertime means cruise ships. Lots of cruise ships. The 2020 season was expected to commence with a record-breaking deluge of 1.4 million tourists and glacier gazers that would effectively triple the state’s scant population of 730,000. Once the pandemic hit, that number effectively dropped to zero. Yet although the economy is being decimated by the reduction in tourist vessels, the state’s humpback whales are some of the few locals actually enjoying the silence.

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