Seawolf Advisory!

On Dec. 11, our Facilities and Campus Services team was made aware of a pothole that shut down the westbound lanes of Northern Lights Boulevard between UAA Drive and Career Center Drive. It has since been upgraded to a sinkhole, and the lanes will remain closed for an undetermined amount of time while crews repair the damage. We anticipate the closure will extend through the week.

Finals week is a very stressful time for students. Students, please know that your professors have been made aware of the situation. Please communicate with them any delays you may experience due to this issue. We know this is an unexpected traffic challenge. Please take a deep breath. We want you to have a smooth and safe finals week.

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Spring 2020 Registration

Spring 2020 priority registration is now open to all students. Be sure to register early for the best course selection. Registration is open through UAOnline.

Academic Advising

Not sure what classes to take? Meet with your academic advisor to discuss next semester. Schedule an appointment through the Seawolf Tracks app or by calling the advising hotline at (907) 786-1000.

Academic Calendar

View all upcoming academic dates and deadlines at the Office of the Registrar website.
Amanda Magnusen (Photo by James Evans / University of Alaska Anchorage)

Scholarship recipient hopes to start a domino effect by paying it forward

Navigating scholarships can be stressful. As a lead coach for the UAA eWolf ePortfolio program, Amanda Magnusen is more than familiar with that feeling, inspiring her to donate her own scholarship.

Read Full Story : Scholarship recipient hopes to start a domino effect by paying it forward

Can’t stop, won’t stop corrosion

Fact: You cannot stop corrosion. But according to assistant professor in mechanical engineering Raghu Srinivasan, you can study it and mitigate its effects, which is what the award-winning professor is doing in his lab and on top of UAA’s Engineering and Computation Building’s parking garage.

Read Full Story Can’t stop, won’t stop corrosion

Assistant professor of mechanical engineering Raghu Srinivasan holds a sample of alloy metals to be tested on an adjustable atmospheric corrosion test rack atop UAA’s Engineering and Computation Building’s parking garage. The rack, which holds material samples at various angles for testing corrosion in cold climates, was designed and built by students led by Srinivasan and received a 2019 Materials Performance Corrosion Innovation of the Year Award. (Photo by James Evans / University of Alaska Anchorage)
Maya Narang

The world is one step closer to having drones deliver pizza straight to our doors. When that day arrives, remember to thank journalism alumna Amber McDonald, B.A. ’10, and her drone safety startup Indemnis.

Drone safety from the ground up
Ryan Chernikoff plays the role of a probation officer charged with sending partipants back to jail for failure to complete their assigned tasks during the UAA College of Health Reentry Simulation in Cuddy Hall. The simulation is designed to teach students and community members about the struggles faced by people returning to society after incarceration. (Photo by James Evans / Univeristy of Alaska Anchorage)

UAA College of Health students recently participated in a Reentry Simulation where they role-played as released prisoners to learn just how difficult it can be to reenter society.

Students simulate prisoner reentry to grasp its hurdles
Knapp vs Brown 2019 yell (Photo by Skip Hickey)

A typical off-season for student-athletes is reserved for training and fun. For the Seawolf gymnastics team, a large part of that time also consists of volunteering in the community.

Seawolf gymnastics team spends over 300 hours volunteering during 2019 off-season
UAA Commencement

UAA welcomes the fall Class of 2019 to cross the Alaska Airlines Center stage at the December commencement ceremony. Years of hard work and dedication culminate in this timeless academic tradition and celebration of student success. UAA's faculty and staff extend their heartfelt congratulations to all of our graduating students.

Congratulations, Class of 2019!