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English/Writing Course Prefix Change

Please note: the course prefix has changed for a select group of English and preparatory reading/writing courses for fall semester 2017.

New Course Previous Course
WRTG 090: Writing and Reading Strategies (4) ENGL 092: Improving Writing Skills
WRTG 110: Introduction to College Writing (3) ENGL 110: Intro to College Writing
WRTG 111: Writing Across Contexts (3) ENGL 111: Methods of Written Communication
WRTG 211: Writing and the Humanities (3) ENGL 211: Intermediate Composition: Writing About Literature
WRTG 212: Writing and the Professions (3) ENGL 212: Technical Writing

Classes are subject to change.

The class schedule is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as the basis of a contract between a student and the University of Alaska Southeast. 

Short term courses have different drop/withdraw dates.

When your schedule has been determined, current students can register at UAOnline. 

2017-2018 Tuition Schedule

The 2017-2018 tuition and fee schedule runs from Fall Semester 2017 through Summer Semester 2018. Additional credits are assessed at the appropriate rate per credit. For non-residents, these rates are $715 per credit for lower division, $757 for upper division, and $979 for graduate credit.

  • Non-residents may take up to 4 credits per semester at the resident rate; however, additional credits will cause all credits, including the first four, to be re-assessed at the non-resident rate.
  • For Alaskan residents, additional credits are assessed at $202 per credit for lower division, $244 for upper division, and $466 for graduate credit.
  • Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program: residents of Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming and are eligible under the WUE program. The WUE surcharge is 150% of the lower division resident tuition rate.

Tuition prices vary, based upon the following criteria:

  • Lower division (000 - 299 level), upper division (300-499 level) and graduate (600-699 level) courses.
  • Resident - State of Alaska, Sister City, Yukon and Northwest Territory residents.
  • Non-resident - Residents of all non-WUE states, International students.
  • WUE - residents of the 14 other participating western states and the Northern Mariana Islands

Following are three graphs showing tuition costs per credit for Resident, WUE and Non-RES for Lower Division, Upper Division and Graduate level courses per semester.

LOWER DIVISION (000-299)

#Resident $202WUE $303Non-Res $715
1$202
4 credits or less same as resident tuition
2$404
3$606
4$808
5$1010$1,515$3,575
6$1,212$1,818$4,290
7$1,414$2,121$5,005
8$1,616$2,424$5,720
9$1,818$2,727$6,435
10$2,020$3,030$7,150
11$2,222$3,333$7,865
12$2,424$3,636$8,580
13$2,626$3,939$9,295
14$2,828$4,242$10,010
15$3,030$4,545$10,725
16$3,232$4,848$11,440
17$3,434$5,151$12,155
18$3,636$5,454$12,870
19$3,838$5,757$13,585
20$4,040$6,060$14,300
21$4,242$6,363$15,015


UPPER DIVISION (300-499)

#Resident $244WUE $366Non-Res $757
1$244
4 credits or less same as resident tuition
2$488
3$732
4$976
5$1,220$1,830$3,785
6$1,464$2,196$4,542
7$1,708$2,562$5,299
8$1,952$2,928$6,056
9$2,196$3,294$6,813
10$2,440$3,660$7,570
11$2,684$4,026$8,327
12$2,928$4,392$9,084
13$3,172$4,758$9,841
14$3,416$5,124$10,598
15$3,660$5,490$11,355
16$3,904$5,856$12,112
17$4,148$6,222$12,868
18$4,392$6,588$13,626
19$4,636$6,954$14,383
20$4,880$7,320$15,140
21$5,124$7,686$15,897


GRADUATE (600-699)

#Resident $466Non-Res $979
1$466
4 credits or less same as resident tuition
2$932
3$1,398
4$1,864
5$2,330$4,895
6$2,796$5,874
7$3,262$6,853
8$3,728$7,832
9$4,194$8,811
10$4,660$9,790
11$5,126$10,769
12$5,592$11,748
13$6,058$12,727
14$6,524$13,706
15$6,990$14,685

2017-2018 Fees

Network Access Fee

  • Lower Division: $8 per credit
  • Upper Division: $10 per credit
  • Graduate: $19 per credit
  • Non-resident rate: $29 per Lower Division (100-200 level) credit
  • Non-resident rate: $30 per Upper Division (300-400 level) credit
  • Non-resident rate: $40 per Graduate credit

The purpose of the network charge is to cover rapidly rising costs, especially in the maintenance and enhancement of our university-wide technology infrastructure. The charge will be applied at a 4% rate on a course-by-course basis to tuition, non-resident surcharges if applicable, and fees in lieu of tuition, for credit and non-credit courses. Courses with applicable fees less than the lower division credit hour tuition rate will be exempt from the charge. All calculated fees will be rounded to the nearest dollar.

Consolidated Fee - Juneau

$47 per credit

The non-refundable consolidated fee is used to provide students with a variety of opportunities and services that enhance the quality of the educational experience and facilitate the delivery of instruction. The fee covers the costs associated with the use of various in-class and e-Learning instructional materials, supplies, and technologies, learning support resources, student activities and recreation, as well as the activities of student government.

Consolidated Fee - Sitka and Ketchikan

$25 per credit

The non-refundable consolidated fee is used to provide students with a variety of opportunities and services that enhance the quality of the educational experience and facilitate the delivery of instruction. The fee covers the costs associated with instructional materials, technologies, student activities, as well as the activities of student government.

Optional Student Alumni Fee (Juneau Only - Applies to Fall Term)

$15 per year, optional*

The optional student alumni fee is charged to students taking 6 or more credits during the fall semester. Students must notify UAS cashier or Alumni Office if they would like to opt out of the fee two weeks following the start of the Fall term. Students starting in the Spring will need to notify the UAS Alumni Office for membership.

Lab/Materials Fees

A lab/material fee may be charged for certain courses that require the use of special materials, supplies, services, or equipment as noted in course descriptions.

* Fee is refundable if student requests to opt out by the last day to drop classes with 100% refund. (See Academic Calendar for 100% refund dates.)

Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule

Final exam week runs from December 11-16, 2017. Schedules will be posted here as they become available:

 
 

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