Alaska Native Programs

UAA's student body reflects the abundant multi-cultural demographic of Alaska. Our university is committed to integrating all voices in order to create a platform for Diversity and Inclusion.

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    UAA Adds Alaska Native-Themed GER to Curriculum

    As of Fall 2018, students are now required to complete three credits of an Alaska Native-themed (AKNT) General Education Requirement in order to graduate with an Associate of Arts or Baccalaureate degree.

Contact the Alaska Native Programs Team

 

Caitlin Sporleder
Administrative Assistant for Student Success Initiatives 
Office: ADM 214
Phone: 907-786-1473
Email: cmsporleder@alaska.edu

Jeane T'áaw xÍwaa Breinig, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor of Alaska Natives and Diversity 
Office: ADM 221 
Phone: 907-786-4358
Email: jmbreinig@uaa.alaska.edu


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