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Key academic information to support student success
Disputes include, but are not limited to: assignment of final course grades, denial of admission to an academic program, and academic dismissal.
Can be submitted to the Registrar in regards to both student academics and student financial status.
UAS assesses academic standing only for students admitted to a degree program. Students who fall below “good standing” will be notified and directed to seek assistance from an academic advisor.
Under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), you are entitled, as a University of Alaska student, to review your education records.