University of Alaska Anchorage
UAA COVID-19 Information
In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, UAA has taken steps to protect the health and safety of our campus community. The fall 2020 semester will occur primarily via alternate course delivery, remote work and controlled access to campus facilities. A mandatory mask policy is in effect at all UAA campuses.
Students can visit the College During COVID website to access support services and valuable resources related to successfully navigating the fall semester. In addition, the UAA COVID-19 website is a great source for information regarding COVID-19 communications, onsite operations, statewide guidance, resources and confirmed COVID-19 cases in UAA facilities.
Please note that the UAA Student Health and Counseling Center remains open at this time to serve UAA students. For information about COVID-19 symptoms and current health recommendations, visit the CDC website and the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.
Alternate Course Delivery
Guidance for Faculty
Please visit the Academic Continuity (Guidance for Faculty) page for alternate course delivery FAQs and faculty support resources.
Guidance for Students
Please visit the College During COVID website for support resources, student-to-student tips and more.
Registration for spring 2021 is now open in UAOnline. Your academic advisors are available to assist you with registration and support. To get in touch with your advising office, visit UAA's advising website or call the Who's My Advisor hotline at 907-786-1000.
Keep calm and be resilient
Biological sciences major and fall 2020 commencement speaker Jamie Bagley reflects on her last four years at UAA and how being resilient helped her overcome challenges not only in completing her degree but dealing with everything from an earthquake to a global pandemic.Read Full Story : Keep calm and be resilient
Hooding ceremony student speaker Naidene Baechler on pursuing systemic change
As program supervisor for Knik Tribal Council’s new behavioral health program, social work alumna Naidene Baechler works to resolve the high rates of suicide among Alaska Natives and the increased number of missing and murdered Indigenous women through educational and economic equity.