The University of Alaska Anchorage Military Programs supports military personnel and their families throughout the UAA service area. The university's Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) extension centers provide educational opportunities to about 1,000 military and civilian students. Classes are designed so that students can fit coursework into their busy schedules through the use of conventional environments, as well as online and other distance delivery systems.

UAA is one of more than 1,700 colleges and universities that offer Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges degree programs (SOCAD-2, Associate level). With the SOC program, military students and their family members can complete a college degree without losing college credits due to a change of duty station. UAA is also a GoArmyEd university. 

 


Military Programs is administered by the UAA Community & Technical College's Extended Studies & Workforce Development division.

 

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