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COVID Plan & FAQ

UAS is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its students, employees, and visitors impacted by COVID-19. Check back regularly for updates.

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Apply Now for Fall 2021

Plan for success, from financial aid and scholarships to reserving your spot in campus housing. Our advisors want to connect with you. Discover the real value of your education—Apply today.

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Campuses Closed January 18

In observation of Alaska Civil Rights Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, UAS campuses will be closed Monday, January 18.

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Spring Involvement Fair January 27

Meet other students, explore clubs, meet your Student Government Representatives, and check out departments on campus (including a mini Study Away fair!). The Spring Involvement Fair will be via Remo, a platform where you can "move around the room" and explore. Register now to be eligible to win amazing raffle prizes.

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Focus on Financial Aid

Deadlines are fast approaching; UAS recommends that you file your FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) by February 15, 2021 to be considered for all UAS Scholarships. Apply for all UAS scholarships with a single application! Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

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Pick. Click. Give.

Help Alaska's Students Become Alaska's Strength

When you apply for your Permanent Fund Dividend this year, you can select UAS, a non-profit educational institution that improves the cultural and economic wellbeing of Alaskans. Contribute to the future of the state that you love and Pick.Click.Give. to UAS this year.

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Earn a Business Degree Online on Your Time

The business programs offered at UAS prepare you for in-demand positions, from bookkeeping and office management to accounting and administration. Get the necessary skills for that entry-level job or increase your knowledge and credentials to expand your career potential.

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UAS.EDU

The University of Alaska Southeast offers online learning options that fit around your life­ and within your budget.

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Save 25% on Tuition for Career and Technical Courses

Now is a great time to earn your Occupational Endorsement with 25% tuition reduction on selected courses.

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UAS in the News

Massive mountain rockslide near Juneau shakes the earth on Christmas Eve

Around Christmas, there were reports of an earthquake and major mountain rockslide in the wilderness near Juneau. But what came first: The earthquake or the slide? Jamie Tait is a helicopter pilot based out of Atlin, British Columbia. The day after Christmas, he and his family were flying along the Taku River valley after checking on a cabin in the area.

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Power & Privilege Symposium adds second day

The 2020 UAS Power & Privilege Symposium will include live, virtual sessions on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and Wednesday, Nov. 11.

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UAS partners with Willamette University to provide law career pathway

The University of Alaska Southeast has forged a partnership with Willamette College of Law to provide an opportunity for UAS students to pursue a career in law. The 4+3 Direct Admission Program allows undergraduate students studying at UAS, and UAS alumni, to gain admission to Willamette Law based on certain academic credentials. Yet although the economy is being decimated by the reduction in tourist vessels, the state’s humpback whales are some of the few locals actually enjoying the silence.

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Humpback whales seize chance to sing in Alaska's cruise-free Covid summer

For Alaskans, summertime means cruise ships. Lots of cruise ships. The 2020 season was expected to commence with a record-breaking deluge of 1.4 million tourists and glacier gazers that would effectively triple the state’s scant population of 730,000. Once the pandemic hit, that number effectively dropped to zero. Yet although the economy is being decimated by the reduction in tourist vessels, the state’s humpback whales are some of the few locals actually enjoying the silence.

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