Mental health appointments at the Student Health and Counseling Center are available for eligible students Monday through Thursday this summer; May 15 – August 10. Friday appointments will resume on August 18, 2023.
IT Services Virtual Server Maintenance
IT Services will be performing maintenance and enhancements to the virtual server environment beginning on Friday, June 2 at 10 p.m. through Monday, June 5 at 5 a.m. The work being performed will improve the performance and reliability of our virtual environment and is necessary for our continued operations.
June 13 Emergency Management Exercise
On June 13, UAA and community partners will be holding a full-scale exercise focusing on hazardous materials releases and active aggressor response. The exercise will take place in the Seawolf Sports Complex.
WOLFcard Holders get 20% off meals at Creekside Eatery this summer!
Seawolf Dining offers all WOLFcard holders 20% off meals at Creekside, the UAA ALL-YOU-CARE-TO-EAT dining hall at Gorsuch Commons.
Summer rental available (July- mid-August)
A partially-furnished house in South Anchorage available from July 2 until August 14, 2023. The house has four rooms. I am renting out two rooms on the first floor.
C-CERT hosts Basic Training Course
The UAA Campus- Community Emergency Response Team (C-CERT) recently conducted a basic training course with great success. As a result of this training, three UAA staff members have learned the skills and knowledge they need to be effective members of the campus CERT team.
Seawolf Athletics is hiring a Head Athletic Trainer!
Are you ready to join a collegial athletic training team that operates out of a state of the art sports medicine facility? The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Seawolf Athletics is seeking applicants to join our team as the head athletic trainer.
UAA Campus Kickoff 2023 Planning Meeting
We are excited to announce the upcoming Campus Kickoff (CKO) Planning Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 24. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn about Kickoff’s new location and be part of the planning process for one of the most anticipated events of the academic year!
948 Alaska high school students designated for $12,000 UA Scholars Award
Every year, schools in Alaska identify the top ten percent of their junior class for the UA Scholar Award, a designation which includes a $12,000 scholarship for use at any location within the University of Alaska system.
Anchorage Audubon is giving away free trees
Everyone thinks the Audubon Society is just about birds, which it is, but you can't have birds without the right habitat! To help replace the many spruce trees lost to the spruce bark beetle infestation, Anchorage Audubon will be giving away free spruce saplings beginning May 25 at distribution sites all around Anchorage.