Coronavirus information

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the University of Alaska Anchorage has taken steps to protect the health and safety of our campus community. Visit the University of Alaska Coronavirus Information website to learn how UAA and the university system are responding to this situation. Find links to communications, policy guidance, resources and information about the university's community restrictions, which apply to all faculty, staff and students. 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.


Location

The University of Alaska Anchorage campus is located in the heart of Anchorage, Alaska.

Out-of-state guests will fly into the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Local transportation includes Lyft, Uber, Alaska Yellow Dispatch, Checker Cabs, and the Anchorage People Mover (bus system).

Mama Moose and Calf in the Administration Building Parking Lot

Guest Parking on Campus

With the exception of weekends, holidays, and the interim periods between semesters or class sessions, all vehicles parked on the UAA campus must display a valid parking permit or Pay 'n Park receipt.

Your permit or Pay 'n Park receipt is good for any parking lot on campus with the exception of the Central Garage. The closest Pay 'n Park machine to the Residence Halls, Apartments, or Gorsuch Commons is located in the "Willow Lot," just off Elmore Road, south of the Commons.

Parking rates during the summer months are as follows:

  • Day use —$2 per hour or $10 per 24-hour period, available through any Pay 'n Park machine.

 

Anchorage Weather

Anchorage, Alaska is a subarctic climate with short, relatively cool summers. Average highs in June and July are 65 degrees to 70 degrees, while the lows are around 55 degrees in the evening. This is also the land of the midnight sun! In Anchorage, the sun will "go down" but it will not get dark in the late evening/early morning. People not from Alaska can find this a little disorienting if they are used to planning their day by the suns position!

Bridge in Eagle River