Savings for Every (Future) Alaskan
Come Home to Alaska could save you $13,000 in tuition each year. Don’t wait to become a resident elsewhere — make your dreams affordable now by coming home to Alaska.
To apply you will need to submit an application for resident tuition and proof that you are a lineal descendant of a current Alaska resident. The best documentation will be your birth certificate. Your parent, grandparent, or great grandparent will need to show documentation that they are a current Alaska resident.
Get Back to Your Roots
Come Home to Alaska is connecting your college experience with your Alaskan heritage. Take advantage of everything Alaska has to offer with rich cultural experiences, progressive Tlingit language and Alaska Native Studies programs unique to UAS, and adventures only available near some of Alaska's most scenic and accessible wilderness
Make Yourself at Home
Your home in Alaska’s newest residence hall is also in the largest national forest in the U.S., and features views of the majestic Mendenhall Glacier. Your backyard includes access to 250+ miles of trails, 13 public use cabins, kayaking and paddle boarding on Auke Lake, and snow sports at the Eaglecrest Ski Area, Powder Magazine’s Ski Town Throwdown Finalist.
Not Your Average Campus
Whether your first college experience or transferring credits, UAS is here to support you wherever your academic goals take you — internships, field research, studying abroad, or student clubs and organizations.