August 2020 Archive

Change to parking — no permits needed this year

Due to the greatly reduced number of students and employees on campus this academic year, parking permits will not be required to park in surface lots or parking garages. For students living on campus, a free permit to park in housing lots will be required and is available from University Housing. If you have already purchased a parking permit for the fall semester, Parking Services will automatically issue you a refund.

3 New Ice Skates for Sale ($45 each)

Ice skates for sale: 1 Pair of K2 Alexis Ice Pro Hockey Skates, Women Size 6.5, Black with Some White and Pink; 1 Pair of Roces Figure Skates, Women's Size 11, Blue-White Star Pattern, Made in Italy; 1 Pair of Roces Model Brits Figure Skates, Women's Size 11, Sand-Black Madras Pattern, Made in Italy.

Meet Your Colleagues: Julian McCarthy

Julian McCarthy

Meet Your Colleagues is a weekly feature highlighting employees who make a positive impact at UAA through their work every day. This week, we're featuring Julian McCarthy, development coordinator, University Advancement.

Aug. 21, 2020: Virtual Faculty and Staff Welcome

Join us Friday, Aug. 21, 9 a.m. as we welcome the fall 2020 semester together with our first UAA Chancellor's Virtual Faculty and Staff Welcome! We are excited to welcome you back for the new academic year and to celebrate the #UAAmazing work you do in support of our students, institution and community.

UAA launches Seawolf Mentor

Last spring UAA launched Seawolf Mentor, a peer-to-peer mentorship program designed to help students navigate college life and offer an extra layer of support.

College During COVID: What will campus events look like this fall?

UAA in-person activities, events, conferences and large gatherings are suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19, although many are continuing remotely. Learn more about virtual engagement opportunities, including Campus Kickoff.

Aug. 20, 2020: UAA Cultural Heritage Month Celebration Planning Meeting

The UAA Cultural Heritage Month Steering Committee requests your help planning Fall 2020 cultural celebration months! Students, staff and faculty are invited to join our campus-wide planning meeting.

Ray Bradbury Read-A-Thon featuring Consortium Library’s Lorelei Sterling available for streaming

Lorelei Sterling, associate professor and head of access services at the UAA/APU Consortium Library, will read a segment of Fahrenheit 451 during the first annual Ray Bradbury Read-A-Thon this Saturday, Aug. 22. The event begins at 12:30 p.m. AKDT and will be livestreamed at

Textbooks at the Library

Now is the time to place textbooks and other course materials on reserve for your students at the UAA/APU Consortium Library. With education costs on the rise, considering textbook affordability is an opportunity for us to support our students and course reserves is one way to enhance student success.

UAA announces reconfiguration of athletics programs

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The University of Alaska Anchorage announced today it will reconfigure UAA Athletics in order to preserve the program’s long-term viability.

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