Programs and Opportunities
All students enrolled at the University of Alaska Southeast who pay the Juneau Campus Student Governance Fee will be members of SGUAS-JC and shall be referred to as the Student Body. One of the main duties of the SGUAS-JC is to advocate on behalf of the Student Body. If there is an issue you would like addressed by the SGUAS-JC, please feel free to contact us or stop by our office.
With support from all Student Senate members, the Rules and Finance Committee will administer up to 8 travel disbursements to provide funding for educational opportunities to students with limited financial resources. There is a $400 limit per student per School year. Students must prove that the activity/event reflects the educational purpose of the department representing them in person to the Student Government or the Rules and Finance Committee. Students will provide the committee with a letter of intent, including all dates, approximate expenses, and lodging per diem, as well as two reference letters and a W-9 form to complete processing. Students will formally share their travel experience upon their return by writing an article for the Whalesong, making a formal presentation at the Lecture Hall, or another negotiable service. No more than three students may receive travel grants for the same activity/event. If you are interested in learning more about our Travel Grant or applying for a travel grant, please come visit us in the Student Government Office in the lower Mourant building or call us at (907)796-6313. Download the application packet here.
Full and Part-Time Scholarships
Each year the SGUAS-JC provides funds for full and part-time student scholarships to be awarded by the UAS Financial Aid Office. To qualify for the scholarships, students must be registered in at least 6 or 12 Juneau credits. For more information, please contact the UAS Financial Aid Office at 796-6255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each academic year (Fall plus Spring Semester), SGUAS-JC will fund two (2) two thousand dollar ($2000) scholarships to qualifying student body members who are enrolled each semester in twelve or more on-going credit hours and are participating in the exchange program. If you are interested you must complete a scholarship application which will be reviewed by the Academic Exchange Office and Student Government. If you are interested in learning more please contact Dashiell M. Hillgartner at (907) 796-6455 or email at email@example.com.
Campus Clubs are organized and operated through the Student Activities Board. Each year the SGUAS-JC allocates 8% of their total budget towards supporting campus clubs, and may also have additional funds available for club projects or on request. Clubs officially recognized by the Student Activities Board have access to certain resources not available to unofficial clubs, including free color printing, room reservations, advertisement on the UAS website, and more. For more information on clubs, including starting a club, please see the Campus Clubs website.
Writing Center Contest Winner
In Partnership with the UAS-JC Writing Center, SGUAS-JC funded the grand prize for essay contest winner Honesty Zahnd. Congratulations, Honesty! The prizewinning essay can be viewed here.