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UAS Juneau Campus

UAS operates from two locations in Juneau—Auke Bay and downtown Juneau.

The main UAS campus is located in Auke Bay, 12 miles from downtown Juneau. Housing, campus services, the library, and most classrooms are located in Auke Bay.

The Technical Education Center in downtown Juneau houses the UAS School of Career Educations, offering health care, construction, welding, mining, and power technology programs.

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Life on Campus

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Housing

We have a wide array of living options for all student types including first-year residence halls, apartment-style living, and family units.

The UAS Residence Life program guides and supports UAS students by providing a safe, educational, inclusive, and community-driven living environment.

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Student Engagement & Leadership

Student Engagement & Leadership (SEAL) provides students with numerous opportunities to connect, learn, and grow on campus. Whether it's planning a campus-wide event or representing the student voice; grow your resume with SEAL!

Dining Options

While taking in wonderful views of Auke Lake, feast on a full assortment of fresh soups, daily meal choices, and made-to-order sandwiches and grill selections. A grab-and-go market features fresh grocery items and pantry staples.

Native & Rural Student Center

The Native & Rural Student Center (NRSC) provides Alaska Native students with a campus home base where they feel welcome. We allow them to observe role models, interact with peers, and receive encouragement and succeed in the UAS environment.

Studying on the Juneau Campus

Classrooms and Facilities

UAS standard classrooms are located in the Egan Wing, Whitehead, REC Center, and Soboleff Buildings. Specialized classrooms in the Anderson Building house labs for biology, marine biology, and environmental science. The Technical Education Center in downtown Juneau houses classrooms outfitted for health care, construction, power technology, and mining.

Learn more about Technology available in our Juneau Classrooms

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Library, Learning, Testing, and Writing Centers

Egan Library provides academic collections, technology, research support, and comfortable spaces for study and collaboration. Within the library are the Learning, Testing, and Writing Centers, which offer tutoring in multiple subjects, test proctoring, and writing support for students.

Health & Wellbeing

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Recreation Center

Fitness, Gear & Facility Rentals, Intramural Sports

Campus recreation offers diverse recreational programs that promote and facilitate physical fitness and an active student life, whether indoors or out.

Student Resource Center

Disability Services, Counseling, Health Services, Peer advising

The Student Resource Center (SRC) is an integral part of Student Affairs at the University of Alaska Southeast. It is the first stop for current and former UAS students seeking information and assistance. The staff of the SRC foster student success by providing services and resources that enable students to meet their academic, personal, professional, and emotional needs. 

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About Juneau

Juneau is the state capital and the largest city in southeastern Alaska. The city offers a flourishing downtown business and arts scene, an extensive library system, and public transportation. As Alaska’s capital, Juneau sits at the epicenter of Alaska’s governmental and economic affairs. Visit Choose Juneau and Travel Juneau to learn more.