Skip to Main Content

UAS is limiting physical access to keep our campus community safe.

Campus buildings are closed for all in-person services. We are continuing to conduct university business and serve students using remote methods. For assistance, please call 907-796-6100 or email: For more COVID-19 information, please see the UA coronavirus information website.

Apply For Admission
"UAS Closed for 4th of July" thumbnail image

UAS Closed for 4th of July

UAS offices will be closed July 2, 3, 4 & 5 in recognition of Independence Day.

"Fall 2020 Schedule Now Online" thumbnail image

Fall 2020 Schedule Now Online

Fall Schedule Preview: Monday, March 23

Fall Registration Begins: Monday, April 6 (for UAS students enrolled in a degree program)

Fall Open Registration Begins: Monday, April 20

"UAS Alaska College of Education Receives Full CAEP Accreditation" thumbnail image

UAS Alaska College of Education Receives Full CAEP Accreditation

"...[CAEP accreditation is an] affirmation that the College’s underlying structure is sound and that there is a cohesion among the programs to ensure consistency to the students’ experience.” —Dean Stephen Atwater, Ph.D.

CAEP is the sole nationally recognized accrediting body for educator preparation signifies that the AKCoE has met the rigorous standards set forth for educator preparation.

"UAS Offers Only Business Programs in Alaska to be Accredited by the ACBSP" thumbnail image

UAS Offers Only Business Programs in Alaska to be Accredited by the ACBSP

Based on the Baldrige Education Criteria for Performance Excellence, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accreditation evaluates aspects of leadership, strategic planning, relationships with stakeholders, quality of academic programs, faculty credentials, and educational support. Belonging to the ACBSP network offers a multitude of benefits to our students. 

"Tidal Echoes Books Mailing Now" thumbnail image

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.)

"Earn a Business Degree Online on Your Time" thumbnail image

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.

"UAS.EDU" thumbnail image


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

"Save 25% on Tuition for Career and Technical Courses" thumbnail image

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.

"Northwest Coast Arts Program" thumbnail image

Northwest Coast Arts Program

New: NWC Carving and Design Classes

Explore the traditional methods, materials, and images of Northwest Coast Native peoples. Credit and non-credit options available. A partnership between UAS and Sealaska

Our Campuses


UAS meets our students where they are—anywhere in Alaska!

Campus Events Calendar

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 regents decide to put the brakes on campus merger plan for UAS

University of Alaska regents have put the brakes on a plan to merge University of Alaska Southeast programs in Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka into either the Anchorage or Fairbanks operations. The cost saving proposal has drawn major criticism since being introduced by President Jim Johnsen last week.

Read more

She’s not moving at a glacial pace

New visitor center director leads outreach changes. Plans to greatly expand attractions at the glacier, including having boats transport tourists close enough to touch the face of the glacier, are still in progress, Miranda said, and the environmental assessment of those plans should come out in the fall as planned. Some local residents have opposed all or parts of that plan, saying its impact on the local environment would be too great.

Read more