"As a student entering college it is important to know that your university has developed clear pathways to graduation. Participating in academic advising is one of the best pathways for a student to graduate. Students who regularly meet with an academic advisor make better decisions that lead to academic success."
- Dr. Bruce Schultz
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
There are seven academic advising centers at the Anchorage campus of UAA that include faculty, professional academic advisors, transition & retention advisors, and peer advisors. UAA also offers supplementary advising for students within specialized programs, including Athletics, University Honors College, University Scholars, and Student Support Services.