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Before Your Arrival

Confirm Your Placement

Housing placement begins in July (Fall Semester), December (Spring Semester), and April (Summer Semester) and is processed on a rolling basis as applications are submitted and completed, including submission of application fee, deposit, and immunizations. Once your application is complete, check your placement at MyHousing:

MyHousing

If a placement is not visible in MyHousing you likely have not completed all of your application requirements. Reach out to uas.housing@alaska.edu to verify any outstanding items.

Mail & Move-In Location

All students placed in John Pugh Hall will move in at and should send their mail to:

First and Last Name
11090 Auke Lake Way
Juneau, AK 99801

All students placed in Banfield Hall, as well as Aurora, Bear, Coho, Deer, Eagle, Fireweed, and Glacier Buildings will move in at and should send their mail to:

First and Last Name
4300 University Drive
Juneau, AK 99801

All family residents will move in at and should send their mail to:

First and Last Name
4300 University Drive
Juneau, AK 99801

Move-In Day, Vaccination, and COVID Testing

All housing residents are asked to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19  prior to arrival on campus or at check-in. If you have been fully vaccinated (two weeks have passed since the final dose in your vaccine series) you will be able to move into Housing without restriction.

If you are not fully vaccinated upon arrival to UAS Housing you are expected to receive a COVID-19 test before move-in. This test should be administered no more than 72 hours before check-in and you should bring your negative results with you. Staff will determine your status and any applicable restrictions upon arrival utilizing the information on our Testing and Quarantine Status webpage. Please review this carefully as there is a possibility you will not be able to attend class or New Student Orientation and you may want to request an early move-in.

If you arrive on campus without proof of at least partial vaccination or an approved exception you will be served a Notice to Quiet and placed in a quarantine unit. You will then have ten days to comply with the vaccine requirement, submit a finalized exception form, or move-out of Student Housing.

If you receive a positive COVID-19 test result regardless of vaccination status, the State of Alaska expects that you will not travel and will instead observe a self-quarantine in place. Do not travel to Juneau or UAS Housing. Please notify UAS Housing of your positive test so that we can assist you with connecting with faculty and support networks at UAS via distance.

Submit COVID-19 immunization records to Residence Life at uas.housing@alaska.edu or by fax at 907-796-6387.

COVID Vaccination FAQ

Residence Life understands that some students may be working to become vaccinated while moving on to campus. Provided you have received at least one vaccine shot you will be allowed to move-in, and Residence Life will work with you to ensure you can remain on campus while still completing your vaccine series. Note that until you complete your vaccine series you are not considered “fully-vaccinated” and will be subject to campus entry restrictions and move-in/travel testing requirements.

Like all required immunizations for living on campus, students may file either a religious or a medical exemption with the University and will be released from the vaccine requirement. Note that you will be held to campus entry restrictions and more stringent move-in/travel testing requirements. You may also be asked to quarantine if you are named as a close contact of someone who has COVID-19 regardless of any symptoms you may or may not be presenting with.

The CDC generally recommends that individuals who recently had COVID-19 receive a vaccine if they are no longer symptomatic. Inform Residence Life at uas.housing@alaska.edu if you’re recovering post-covid and we will work with you on a vaccination timeline that is appropriate for your specific case.

Before You Arrive on Campus

Completion of Housing Application
Your application must be complete in order to move in. This means that you need to have submitted all required immunization records, as well as have paid your deposit and application fees. Visit the Apply webpage for more information about completing your housing application. If you have not completed any of these tasks, please reach out to the Housing Office at uas.housing@alaska.edu.

Sign Your Move-in Paperwork:
Before you arrive on campus, save time by filling out your move-in paperwork. You can access the Student Housing Check-In paperwork here. After logging in, select "Applications," then "Move-in Agreement."

What to Bring

Beds in all housing units are twin, extra-long. These are not standard twin bed dimensions and proper sized bedding is recommended for purchase.

No linens or pillows are provided.

Some residents also purchase mattress pads or foam toppers.

You may bring many items to decorate your housing unit. When planning out your decor, keep in mind that UAS Housing highly recommends the use of 3M brand Command Hooks & Strips or Sticky Tack for hanging any items on walls. Nails, tacks, screws, or any items that cause damage to paint or place holes in the walls will lead to damage being charged to you after move-out.

Please review the "Decorations and Modifications" policy for more information.

For John Pugh Hall Hall residents, microwave dishes are good to have. All John Pugh Hall suites come with a full-sized refrigerator and microwave A few plates, bowls, and silverware are the basic necessities for residence hall life. The John Pugh Hall communal kitchen is closed for Fall 2020, so you may consider bringing additonal small appliances to utilize in your unit as well, including:

  • Instant Pots
  • Crock Pots
  • Coffee Makers
  • Water Kettles
  • George Foreman Grills
  • Griddles
  • Drop-in Style Toasters
  • Air Fryers
  • Popcorn Makers
  • Electric Woks

We do not allow small appliances with directly exposed heating elements, which includes:

  • Toaster Ovens
  • Pizza Ovens
  • Single Coil Heating Elements (Hot Plates)

In the apartments, there is a shared kitchen available, but housing does not provide any kitchen appliances, dishes, or utensils; so it’s usually a good idea to bring your own dishes, silverware, pots and pans, and other utensils for cooking. All apartments come with major appliances, including a full-sized refrigerator, stove, and microwave.

Please see Housing Policies for a more comprehensive list of appliances that are permitted or prohibited in housing. 

You may bring weapons to store within Student Housing, although weapons are not allowed within residential units under any circumstances. This includes paintball guns, air soft guns, and BB or pellet guns. We require that residents ask Student Housing professional staff prior to bringing any item onto campus. We offer a secured storage for weapons. Please check our policies for what weapons can be stored in the weapons storage and our weapons storage guidelines.

What Not to Bring

Any appliances with open, exposed heating elements, including single-coil cooking elements, non-enclosed space heaters, pizza ovens, or toaster ovens are not permitted.

For more information regarding small appliances, review the UAS Housing Policies page.

UAS Housing has wireless internet setup throughout all Housing Units, and residents are not permitted to setup their own wireless access points or other wireless network equipment.

While incense and candles are not prohibited within student housing, they may not be burned. You should carefully decide what items to pack and bring to Housing. Jar candles may be used on candle warmers.

Some incoming residents wish to come prepared to use coin-op laundry. However, all UAS Housing laundry facilities are operated by funds loaded onto your student ID card.

Getting to Juneau

Juneau is accessible by ferry or by air. To book travel to Juneau, visit the Alaska Marine Highway website (ferry) or book air travel to the Juneau International Airport.

UAS Juneau Campus Map

map of the UAS Juneau campus is available for download in PDF form.

Campus Housing Shuttle

Move-in to Student Housing begins on Thursday, August 19, 2021, at 9 AM. On August 19, 2021 and August 20, 2021, UAS will operate a shuttle from the Ferry Dock and Juneau International Airport for all housing residents by appointment only. Due to COVID restrictions, space in each shuttle run will be limited. To sign up for the shuttle, use the link below.

Shuttle Pickup Request Form

The Move-In Process

When you arrive to move-in you should visit the front desk in either the Housing Lodge (apartment placements) or John Pugh Hall. If you arrive after hours, call the RA Cell Phone at (907) 209-6539 and someone will meet you and assist you.

The move-in process will occur as follows:

  1. You will be asked to present a form of photo identification. A staff member will then complete a short verbal health questionnaire, check your temperature, and if needed, collect your negative COVID-19 test results and/or vaccination information. 

  2. The staff member will verify you’ve completed all of your housing move-in paperwork. They will also ensure that you have provided up to date contact information for yourself and an emergency contact. Finally they will issue you a key to your unit.

  3. After moving into your unit, log into MyHousing and access your Room Condition Report by selecting "RCR/Damages" in the left-hand menu. Any damages found in your unit after 72 hours will result in damage charges being placed on your account. 

Please note that if you are not fully vaccinated and your COVID test results have not been received by the time you arrive at UAS Housing, you will be redirected to a temporary quarantine unit, as space permits. UAS has limited quarantine housing, so students may be turned away if quarantine spaces are not available. UAS highly encourages you to submit your vaccination information and/or receive a test with negative results before traveling to Juneau, and to communicate with us as soon as possible if you realize you will be unable to do so.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. For mail delivered prior to August 19, we will make every effort to have your mail placed within your private bedroom before you move-in. During your quarantining or minimizing-interactions period, mail will be delivered to you daily. If you are not in your unit at the time of attempted delivery, you will need to wait until the following day for mail delivery to be attempted again.


If you live in John Pugh Hall, please send your mail to:

11090 Auke Lake Way

Juneau, AK 99801


For residents living elsewhere in housing, send your mail to:

4300 University Drive

Juneau, AK 99801

The UAS Move Crew should be active on August 19, 2021 during daytime hours. Individuals from the Move-Crew will be able to assist you with moving your items to your unit door.

Yes. Although UAS Housing does not currently allow non-residential guests, we are making an exception for assistance with move-in. Individuals who are assisting with move-in who are not a resident are expected to:

  • Wear a face covering at all times, including when inside a residential unit.
  • Be on site only for the purposes of moving items or setting up living spaces. Individuals are expected to leave promptly after assisting with these tasks.
  • Not enter any other campus buildings except for the building (and residence) assigned to the individual they are assisting.
  • Leave immediately upon the request of a staff member or another resident of that unit, in compliance with the standard UAS visitation policy.