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Register for your Chugiak-Eagle River Campus Summer 2019 & Fall 2019 classes now on UAOnline!
The Chugiak-Eagle River Campus (CERC) provides instruction and related activities to meet the Chugiak and Eagle River community needs for postsecondary courses. CERC offers classes scheduled in a once-a-week or more meeting format in the evenings, and on the weekends to provide educational access for nontraditional, working adults or those who need greater flexibility in an academic schedule. We also partner with the Anchorage School District to offer the Alaska Middle College School program for junior and senior high school students wishing to earn college credit while completing their high school degree, even allowing students to earn an Associates of Arts degree in the process.
Learn more about CERC's Mission, Vision, and Values that we hold essential to our goals of providing quality instruction:
Message from Chancellor Sandeen
"UAA is committed to maintaining a presence in Eagle River, however, we have decided not to renew the lease on the existing Chugiak-Eagle River Campus building. Spring and summer classes will continue as planned in the building, but beginning in fall 2019 UAA will offer classes in available Anchorage School District facilities in Eagle River.
Understandably, you may be concerned about what the course offerings will be and where those classes will occur. We are working through the details of this change and will share updates with you as we have them.
We appreciate your understanding and look forward to a smooth transition."
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AMCS helps high school students accelerate into college...
The Alaska Middle College School (AMCS) welcomes the new program coordinator, Heather Brekke. The Alaska Middle College School makes it possible for Anchorage School District (ASD) high school juniors and seniors to complete their high school graduation requirements, while simultaneously earning University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) college credits paid for by the Anchorage School District. With proper planning, AMCS students have the potential to earn an Associate of Arts degree at the same time they earn their high school diploma. More information about becoming an Alaska Middle College School student can be found on ASD's website.
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