Tuition and Fees
In addition to tuition, any course may use materials, supplies or services that necessitate an additional fee. Fees may also be charged for administrative and/or instructional services. All resident and nonresident tuition rates and student activity fees are approved by the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska. The university reserves the right to change tuition rates or fees at any time. Fees will vary at community campuses. Fees are charges students must pay either in addition or in place of tuition.
Admission Fee (non-refundable)
An administrative fee is a fee charged instead of tuition. There may be other fees assessed for the course such as lab or material fees in addition to the administrative fee.
Audit Fee (Varies)
Auditors pay the same tuition and fees as students registering for credit.
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Fee (varies)
This fee varies. It is charged per continuing education unit instead of tuition.
Course Fee (Varies)
Course fees are specific to particular courses and meet expenses beyond those normally covered by tuition. UAOnline identifies courses for which fees are charged and their purpose: lab fee. materials fee, learner services fee or special fee. Fee amounts vary.
Distance Fee (Varies)
A distance fee is charged for each e-learning course. The fee amount varies.
Parking Fee (Varies)
All areas on campus except those designated as visitor parking require an appropriately displayed parking permit. Permits may be purchased online at www.thepermitstore.com or from the UAA Parking Office anytime throughout the semester. The UAA Parking Office is located in the basement of the UAA Bookstore on main campus. Permit fees are non-refundable. For further details, call the Parking office at (907) 786-1110 or visit www.uaa.alaska.edu/parking.
Placement Test Fee (Varies)
This fee is for testing for course placement.
Self-Support Fee (Varies)
A fee for a course that is funded entirely through the revenues collected when students sign up for that specific course. Costs vary by course and may include salaries, supplies, advertising, facilities and travel. Separate refund policies apply.
Student Life Fee (Varies)
All students enrolled in 6 or more credits and having at least one course (3 credits or more) on the Anchorage campus are assessed a per-credit mandatory student life fee per semester for access to student-related programs and facilities: athletics, sports complex, student activities, and student health and counseling services. Students enrolled in at least 1 academic credit but not meeting the enrollment requirements above, whether enrolled on or off campus, may elect to pay certain student fees for access to these services. Student life fees for students registered in fewer than 6 credits are set at a fixed rate. Contact the Issue Cage in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex for information about an athletics/sports complex fee, and contact Student Activities in the Student Union building regarding a student activity fee. Summer student life fees are published in the class listing.
Student Organization Fees (Varies)
All Students, with the exception of senior citizens, enrolled in 3 or more credits on the Anchorage campus are assessed mandatory student organization fees per semester:
Note: The Aviation Technology Center, King Career Center, University Center and Wendler Middle School are considered Anchorage on-campus facilities for the purpose of the student life fee, student organization fee and student transportation fee assessments.
Transcript Fee (Varies/Copy)
A per-copy fee is charged for routine or rushed processing and must be paid in advance.