Student Support Resources

Academic Honesty and Integrity - Student resources on how to avoid plagiarism

Admissions - Admission Wizard; Admission Requirements; Dates & Deadlines; Forms

Advising and Testing Center - Student resources and support: academic advising for Associate of Arts degree students, career advising and testing and placement

CLEP Exams - College-Level Examination Program

DANTES Exams - Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support Exams

DegreeWorks - Web-based degree audit and advising tools where students and advisors can monitor progress toward degree completion, track petitions and advising notes and use the “what if” and “look ahead” features. Students sign in under “Student Services & Account Information”. (Faculty see below under “what you need to know to get ready for class”.)

Disability Support Services - Student Rights and Responsibilities, resources and assistance available

Distance Education Gateway - Student Guide to UA distance learning opportunities through UAA, UAF, UAS courses

Fact Finder - Student handbook – resources, support services, Students rights, freedoms, and responsibilities

Forms - Forms for add/drop, credit overload, time conflict, directed study, academic petition, application for graduation and more

Learning Resource Center (LRC) - 907-786-6828. The LRC provides academic resources and support to students at all levels and in all disciplines. Free tutoring services include reading, writing, math, English as a Second Language (ESL) and world languages. The LRC Library contains a wide variety of books and other materials for self-study in addition to a course reserve service. Meeting and study areas for students include computer labs, a quiet study, open floor, and small group study den areas. The LRC Information Desk serves as an information hub for individuals needing directional or referral assistance.

MAP-Works - MAP-Works is a comprehensive student success and retention program used on the Anchorage Campus since fall 2010.  The system pulls together relevant information about individual students from multiple data sources, allowing front line Student Affairs professionals to easily and quickly identify who is struggling to succeed in college.  MAP-Works also serves as the infrastructure to manage critical outreach efforts and collaborations among faculty and staff. For more information contact Laura Zamborsky at

Registrar, Office of - Academic policies and procedures, academic records, catalogs and scheduling, degree services, graduation policy, registration, transcripts, transfer credit evaluation, dates and deadlines, forms and much more

Registration - Registration dates and FAQs

Student Health Center

Students in Crisis or Conflict - Contact Dean of Students Office 786-1214   "Students in Crisis or Conflict Intervention Strategies"

Tanaina Child Development Center - On campus child care, Student Union 142