JBER Access for Civilian Students
Classes on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) require special access. Attending classes offered at these locations is a privilege extended by JBER to UAA students.Students are reminded they are entering a military installation during a time of war. Compliance with all directions of the Army Military Police and the Air Force Security Forces is required while on the installation. Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER) requires the following for vehicles driven on the installation:
- Driver’s license, current insurance card, current registration. These are the same items required by the State of Alaska to legally drive a vehicle.
- Students at either Education Center on JBER are added to the access starting on the first day of the class. Students must call UAA Military Programs at 907.786.0480 (Elmendorf) or 907.786.0477 (Fort Richardson) and provide required information two weeks prior to the start of classes. Students must provide the last 4 numbers of their Social Security number and their drivers license number and state.
- For the first class, stop at the either Visitors Center, Boniface Parkway Gate or Fort Richardson Glenn Highway Exit. Students will be issued a temporary pass. Additions to the access list take up to 10 working days for processing by Security Forces. JBER access is provided only to registered students. Students may not bring additional civilians on JBER. If a student needs to obtain a ride to class on the JBER anyone holding appropriate military ID may escort them. Students holding foreign student visas must contact the UAA Military Programs for specific base access procedures.
- JBER access is granted only to attend classes at the base and post education centers.