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Frequently Asked Questions

Your Faculty Advisor - if you are having problems registering talk with your advisor to discuss your questions. Stop by your advisor's office hours or send them a quick email.

The Arts & Sciences Advising Offices - Business students who are experiencing problems can stop the Business and Public Administration advising office, Novatney 109, Humanities, Natural Science and Social Science students can stop by Whitehead 216 for help and assistance 

Quick Guides on Registration - view this step by step guide or watch this how-to video 

UAOnline - University of Alaska's electronic platform for searching for course offerings and adding and dropping classes

UAS Schedule - University of Alaska Southeast course offerings

Course Catalog - the catalog contains information regarding all academic requirements and course descriptions.  Usually, students are responsible for following the degree requirements of the catalog covering the year they first enrolled at UAS or the year that they changed their major. To determine what catalog year to follow, review the catalog year listed on Degree Works

UAS Academic Calendar - use the academic calendar to check important advising and registration dates as well as important add/drop/withdrawal dates. 

Degree Works is a great tool for monitoring the progress you are making towards completing your degree.

  • Monitor a list of what you need to graduate
  • Try a "what if" scenario to consider your progress towards other degrees
  • Identify who your advisor is
  • Run an unofficial degree audit
  • Maintain a checklist of your accomplishments

How to access Degree Works:

  1. Go to the  UAOnline website
  2. Log In with your UA credentials 
  3. Click on "Student Services and Account Information"
  4. Click on Degree Works and Electronic Degree Audit
  5. Click on UAS Degree Works
  6. Click on "Click to Redirect to Degree Works"

View a how-to video for Degree Works

Who is my advisor?

Please visit our Find Your Advisor tool to help you determine your academic advisor.

Check out the Transfer Credit Resource Site - This site is designed to provide you with the ability to query our database of courses that have been evaluated in the past from other regionally accredited universities, colleges and some non-traditional sources across the United States and Canada. All evaluations of courses for transfer credit are subject to current policies and procedures that are in effect at the time the official evaluation is completed. 

Additional information about transfer credit policies can found on the Registrar's transfer credits website

Study Away Office is your next stop. We encourage students to begin planning as early as possible, even one to two years in advance.


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