Chugiak-Eagle River Campus (CERC) Status Update
Chugiak-Eagle River Campus will reopen on Monday, Jan. 14
for the spring 2019 semester but on a modified schedule.
What does a modified schedule mean?
All courses will continue at the same times, but you will need to check UAOnline (select the Student Services and Account Information tab > Registration > Student Detail Schedule) or view our list of classes assigned to main campus for updates to your course locations.
Evening and weekend classes will continue at CERC.
If you have questions or need assistance during weeknight evening classes, you may contact a staff member via phone at 786-7601 between the hours of 5pm to 10pm, Monday through Friday. For Saturday classes, you may call this same number between the hours of 9am to 1pm.
Day classes have been moved to UAA Main Campus.
Parking Passes For Main Campus:
Parking passes are required to park on Main Campus Monday through Thursday. Parking is free Friday through Sunday. If you are not familiar with the Anchorage campus, the UAA Campus Map will assist you in locating various main campus buildings.
For those CERC students whose classes have been relocated to Main Campus this semester, parking permits will be provided to you at no cost. These permits can be ordered online at the Permit Store or by visiting UAA Parking Services located in Eugene Short Hall, Suite 125, Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. or Fridays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. In order to apply for the permit, you will need your UA ID number, vehicle information and photo ID. Wait times will vary with customer volume. Assistance with online transactions can be provided by calling 907-786-1119 or visiting our website. If you’ve already purchased a permit, please contact Parking Services.
Although we’ve tried to keep schedule disruptions to a minimum, we know this will affect some students more than others. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us via the main CERC line at 907-786-7601 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to assist you through this unexpected change.
Please note that until the office suite is repaired, CERC staff members are working out of alternate offices, not located at CERC. Please call or email first to schedule an appointment. Thank you for your patience and willingness to adapt during this time.
your dream. your choice. your way.
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:
ASL & Spanish Tutors Needed!
The UAA Chugiak-Eagle River Campus is seeking American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish Tutors for the Spring 2019 semester. If you are looking for a rewarding job working with students studying ASL and Spanish languages, this may be the position for you! To learn more about these opportunities, and more, please visist the Careers at UA website and search for job# 509852.
The University of Alaska is an AA/EO employer and educational institution and prohibits illegal discrimination against any individual. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application and screening process should contact the local Human Resources office.
Programs and Resources
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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