CBPP Tuition Assistance
A limited amount of tuition assistance is available to College of Business and Public Policy students. The process is competitive and applications are judged on students' meeting eligibility requirements and the strength of their application materials. Please read application instructions carefully and for help with the application process, feel free to contact the Student Advising Center (907-786-4100).
Fall 2014 Tuition Assistance Eligibility and Guidelines
A limited amount of tuition assistance is available for awarding based on competitive application packets meeting the eligibility requirements below and strength of the applicant's packet content.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS for TUITION ASSISTANCE:
Undergraduate and Graduate students must be in current satisfactory academic standing with the University of Alaska system policy. If GPA is not maintained and/or all courses are not completed, the student will be ineligible for tuition assistance the following semester. If actual course load varies at time of award, CBPP reserves the right to adjust the assistance amount.
APPLICATION PACKET OUTLINE: DEADLINE Thursday, June 19, 2014 – 5:00 PM
Student must provide a completed application packet and submit the application packet to the Student Advising Center, Rasmuson Hall (RH) – Room 203. Packet must be paper clipped together no staples or binders accepted. Late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered or returned to applicant. Supplying more documents than requested will void application.
Complete the College of Business and Public Policy Fall 2014 Tuition Assistance Applicant Form.
Provide a letter to the Dean indicating why you are a candidate for tuition assistance (i.e., based on talent, merit or leadership/community involvement and/or high demand fields). Letter should state an overall academic and career goal (Certificate, Associate, Bachelor, and/or Master's degree), an academic schedule for the semester of the waiver, to include credits per class. Indicate all other financial aid (grants, waivers and scholarships, etc.) applied for pertaining to the semester of this application and received in the past.
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Provide two current letters of recommendation addressed to the Dean. One letter from a UAA faculty member or academic advisor and one from someone outside of UAA, such as employer, pastor, community organization, etc. Letters must have original signatures (copies or e-mail attachments will be considered disqualified) and letters must contain current contact information for those providing a recommendation.
To request a letter of reference/recommendation from a CBPP professor or advisor you must complete a Request for Letter of Recommendation or Reference form and a FERPA Release/Liability Release form and submit these two forms to the CBPP professor or advisor.
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An appointment must be scheduled in advance to talk with a Student Advising Center Advisor to obtain and attach an unofficial transcript and verification of degree-seeking status printout; signed and dated by the SAC Advisor (Student Advising Center is located in RH 203, 907.786.4100).
Applicants needing clarification on the tuition assistance application process may contact the Student Advising Center at