Future Students at Alaska's Urban University

Future Students at Alaska's Urban University

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The University of Alaska Anchorage is home to a nationally ranked debate team, engineering programs, research centers and athletic teams. Located in Anchorage, Alaska, UAA is bordered by one of the largest state parks in the United States.



Academic Programs

Explore our Degree Programs

UAA offers over 100 degree programs. Use our interactive program search and pick your major today.

With a large selection of bachelor, associate, master and doctoral programs, start planning your Amazing Story today!

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Tour the UAA Campus

Schedule a campus tour and get to know your future home at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Our tour program is tailored for prospective students who are interested in enrolling at UAA for the first time.

Follow in the steps of Seawolves


Get into the Spirit

Find out what it takes to become a Seawolf!

Review important dates and admission requirements and find out how to apply.

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Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance is the estimated cost of completing a full year as a full-time student.


There are many paths to resident tuition. Find yours.

From a Western State?

Residents of certain states are eligible for a reduced tuition rate in all undergraduate and some graduate programs.


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  • Embassy sweets: An international love story - Green & Gold News

    When Kailey Ibsen decided to study abroad in Chengdu, China, she set off a series of dominoes that led to law school, an embassy gig and the altar. Read more about this anthropology major and the continent-crossing career she continues to build after graduating just four years ago.

  • Risky Business

    As a New York stuntman, UAA theatre graduate Peter Wallach (B.A. ’08 Theatre) stands in for Kevin Bacon, among others. Ask him what it’s like to be hit by a car on CBS’s Blue Bloods.

  • All about the asteroids - Green & Gold News

    His dorm room is ground control for his independent research. Geology student Ian Minnock studies NASA-provided data to determine the porosity of asteroids hurtling light years away and he even presented his self-motivated research in Baltimore earlier this month.

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