Frequently Asked Questions about the Enrollment Process
If you are unable to reach your advisor, you can always contact the School's program coordinator or the general advising centers.
- School of Arts & Sciences: 907-796-6090
- School of Career Education: 907-796-6120
- School of Education: 907-796-6424
- School of Management: 907-796-6402
UAS General Advising:
- Juneau Student Resource Center: 907-796-6000
- Ketchikan Advising Center: 907-228-4508
- Sitka Student Success Center: 907-747-7703
If you need special accommodations for your classes, you simply need to work with our Disability Services.
Yes, after you have been working with your advisor they can set your permissions so that you can register online.
If you are a returning student (with no holds) or a non-degree seeking student you can also register online.
It depends. Typically the reason students wait until they have their official transfer evaluation done is so that they do not repeat any classes that transferred from their prior institution.
If you have met with your advisor and you have an unofficial transfer evaluation you should have an idea of what classes you have already completed and be able to register for classes at UAS.
It depends on if you are a degree seeking student, registered for classes, and where you are located.
The Orientation at the Juneau Campus is required for all new students who are registered for 12 credits or more, regardless if you are a freshmen or transfer student. A mandatory fee will be placed on your account approximately one month before classes begin if you are required to attend Orientation.
The Ketchikan and Sitka Orientation programs are optional.
For more information, please visit our Orientation website.
You should purchase your books after you have registered for classes (and if you are not making any changes to your schedule).
If you are ordering your books online, make sure you allow enough time between your order date and delivery date, so that your books arrive prior to classes starting.