Effective Aug. 2, face masks will be required indoors at all University of Alaska locations in communities with a transmission level of 'substantial' or 'high,' as defined by CDC guidelines, except when you are in a private residence or alone in a private office with the door shut.
Face covering and quarantine update
In late May, consistent with CDC guidance, we relaxed our masking requirement for those fully vaccinated. Since then, the emergence and rapid spread of the delta variant has resulted in changes to CDC guidance. That has prompted us to re-evaluate our approach.
COVID-19 vaccines available weekdays by appointment at SHCC
COVID-19 vaccines available weekdays by appointment for UAA students and employees at the SHCC. Call us at 907-786-4050. Other COVID-19 vaccination sites can be found at: anchoragecovidvaccine.org and covidvax.alaska.org.
Environmental Research Field Work Paid Opportunity
Looking for motivated individuals who love to spend the Alaska summer and fall outdoors. The Applied Environmental Research Center (AERC) is looking for individuals to participate in various field projects ranging from moose browse to fish to invasive species to forestry on Joint Base Richardson-Elmendorf (JBER), for the months of August through November (may change based on field season) at a rate of $1,900 per month (participant stipend).
Seeking: First Year Advising Student Assistant
The Office of First Year Student Advising & Success seeks a student assitant to provide hospitable service to newly admitted and first year students.
Get active with a variety of fitness and outdoor courses!
The Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation is excited to be back in person this fall and is offering an array of health, wellness and outdoor courses. Choose from classes such as fitness cross-training, sea kayaking, backpacking, swimming, yoga and much more to get out and get active. For more information on the PER course offerings or for questions about registering, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Drop! Cover! Hold on!' during an earthquake
The magnitude 8.2 earthquake off the coast of the Alaska Peninsula this week has served as an opportunity to think about what we should do if such an event happened wherever we are. The UAA Office of Emergency Management (OEM) asks that you remember to “Drop! Cover! Hold on!” — which means we should drop to the floor, duck under a sturdy piece of furniture if possible, and hold on to that desk or table as it moves.
Remember to get your new WolfCard
Don't forget to get your new "chip" WolfCard if you didn't get one already as you return to campus. You will need it to gain access to your building. You can identify if your card is chip-enabled by looking to see if it has a small, blue "HID" logo on the back in the upper left corner. If you do need a new WolfCard, you can get it at the Cashiering Office in Eugene Short Hall, Suite 102.
Aug. 5 and 6: Open forums for Career Services director
Please join the virtual “on-campus” open forums for the two finalists for the Career Services Director position. The Career Services Director plays a vital role in workforce development, career education and planning, and student success.