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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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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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Celebrate Our 2021 Graduates!

UAS will honor graduates from the Juneau, Ketchikan, and Sitka campuses with virtual commencement ceremonies beginning April 30th.

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Sustainability in the Classroom and Beyond

UAS is working toward increasing and promoting sustainability on our campuses and in our communities. Get the details on how UAS is reducing our campus footprint and offering a wide range of environmental and cultural sustainability-related classes. Join the Sustainability Club and get in on the action!

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Support Alaska's Future: Give to UAS

Education changes lives, your gift helps make it happen. When you contribute to UAS, you support the economic, scientific, and cultural future for all Southeast Alaska. Support your university and your community through scholarships or special project contributions.

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Watch the Tidal Echoes Launch Party

Enjoy featured artist Lily Hope speaks of her weaving inspirations and her creative process. Listen to featured writer Hank Lentfer's experiences recording the sounds of Southeast Alaska and of his mentor, Richard Nelson. Catch the recorded celebration of the 2021 edition of Tidal Echoes Literary and Arts Journal.

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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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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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Includes events open to the public as well as important academic calendar dates. For other events, please see our calendar page for student, alumni, and recreation center activities.


UAS in the News

University of Alaska makes public pitch for help achieving $200 million fundraising goal

Print articleReddit Increase Article Font Size Decrease Article Font Size University of Alaska leaders are going public with the hope of completing a first-of-its-kind $200 million fundraising effort for scholarships, research and other priorities. The “for Alaska” campaign officially kicked off March 25 but University of Alaska officials have already quietly raised approximately $135 million over the past five years toward their $200 million goal, according to UA Foundation President Tod Burnett.

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With language training, Alaska’s KTOO aims to ‘feel more like home’ for Indigenous listeners

To X̱’unei Lance Twitchell, this phrase from the Native language Lingít speaks to the connection between the language and the land where the Tlingit people have historically lived. In a March 16 class for news staff, producers and managers at KTOO in Juneau, Alaska, Twitchell explained how the phrase informs his approach to teaching Lingít.

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Sitka team conducts necropsy on dead humpback

Sitka’s marine mammal stranding network, including members from UAS Sitka, headed to Kruzof Island on Thursday (3-18-21) to conduct its first necropsy on a dead humpback whale in five years. They wanted to learn more about why the whale died.

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