2014/2015 Academic Year
To apply for housing for the 2014/2015 Academic Year, please complete and submit the application with the application fee and deposit.
The University of Alaska Anchorage Housing Office, in compliance with Alaska State Law and University of Alaska Board of Regents policy, requires all students to provide documentation of immunizations. The University of Alaska Anchorage Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) is responsible for verification of compliance with these requirements. A student can begin the process of immunization verification prior to moving into the Residence Halls by contacting the SHCC, (907) 786-4040, for an appointment. Within one week of check-in, all Residential Students must be in compliance with the immunization requirements.
Intentions Applications for Current Housing Residents
Each year in the spring, current housing residents have the opportunity to tell us their plans for the next academic year, sign a new contract and choose their room type preferences. The Intentions Period for 2014 was April 7-11. Current UAA housing residents who plan to return for the next academic year must complete an Intentions Application via MyHousing in UAOnline during this time. Residents who do not complete an Intentions Application, but decide later they would like to live on campus can fill out a new application, but will need to pay the $50 new student application fee.
Criminal History Disclosure Form
All applicants for student housing must disclose pending felony or sex offense criminal charges and past felony or sex offense convictions. If you answered yes to any of the criminal history disclosure questions on the Housing Application/Agreement, please complete a Criminal History Disclosure Form and submit it to the UAA Housing Office. The Dean of Students Office will review the form and will follow up with you regarding eligibility for student housing. You do not need to submit this form if you answered No to either of the criminal history questions on your housing application.
Title IV Authorization Form
Unless authorization is received, federal financial aid (Title IV) cannot be used to cover non-institutional charges such as: housing deposits and damages, parking permits, parking fines, library fines, returned check fees, health center charges, late fees or any other charges not directly tied to a class. If you would like to have these items placed on your account, you must complete the Title IV Authorization Form and return it to email@example.com.