Alaska’s Largest University

The University of Alaska Anchorage is the state's largest post secondary institution. It is comprised of the Anchorage Campus located in the heart of Alaska's largest city, as well as Kenai Peninsula College, Matanuska Susitna College, Kodiak College and Prince William Sound College, all located in some of the most beautiful places in Alaska.

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Alaska PEAK

Student-workers find more than just a job through Alaska PEAK

Alaska PEAK — a simple yet mighty mentorship program — turns on-campus employment into a high-impact area of student success for the more than 850 student-workers employed at UAA.

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Loon Research

North Slope biologists make room for the loons

For one UAA biology student, summer means tents on the tundra under the midnight sun. Graduate student Hannah Uher-Koch monitors loon behavior on the North Slope for both the Bureau of Land Management and for her graduate research.

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Virginia Groeschel

UAA Letters: Dear Virginia

Alumna Virginia Groeschel, '06, didn't just accomplish her dream of becoming an engineer — she went on to help other UAA students accomplish theirs.

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Adam Ahonen

UAA Letters: Dear Adam

Alumnus Adam Ahonen, '14, persevered and continued his education. Now he's using his UAA master's degree to help prepare special needs students for success and independence.

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Liam Lindsay

For relay runner, school and sports go hand in hand

Liam Lindsay is a two-time All-American sprinter and a physical education major. Much like a clean hand-off in a relay race, his academic and athletic ambitions are seamlessly synced.

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Explore the arts at UAA

Explore the arts at UAA

UAA announces the 2017–2018 lineup of four new theater productions, two sensational dance performances, as well as 24 music concerts (that’s not even including all the free student recitals). Mark your calendars for some amazing performances! 

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