Join Chancellor Parnell and state leaders to honor the promotion of the officers and staff who protect our UAA community. The ceremony will feature a special presentation recognizing UPD's more than 30 years of service to the university and U-Med District.
August 2023 Archive
Job Opening: Medical Receptionist
The Student Health and Counseling Center is seeking a Medical Receptionist to support the administrative health care services offered through the clinic, including physical, mental, and health promotion services. This position functions within a fast paced office environment requiring compassion, confidentiality, and support of all students served through the SHCC.
Combat Climate Change Club Meeting!
Are you concerned about climate change? Do you want to make a sustainable difference on campus and in your life? Combat Climate Change Club (C4) might be right for you!
UAA to again charge for replacement WolfCards
Beginning September 8, 2023, we will begin charging a $10 replacement fee for lost or damaged WolfCards. Please remember that your first WolfCard is always free.
Interested in earning a Master of Social Work degree? Attend a UAA MSW Program Information Session
Please join UAA MSW Program Chair Mary Dallas Allen for an MSW Information Session to learn more about the UAA Master of Social Work program and the application and admissions process. All sessions are provided in Zoom.
Call for Student Conduct Advocates!
Are you interested in supporting students and helping them navigate the process when they are alleged to have violated the Student Code of Conduct? Student Conduct is looking for additional volunteers to be Student Conduct Advocates for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Now hiring: Contract Specialist
Do you know a thing or two about government contracting? Join a great team at the Alaska APEX Accelerator (formally the Alaska PTAC).
Behind the lens: UAA’s chief of photography and videography talks about his pathway from the U.S. Navy to the university
James Evans, UAA’s chief of photography and videography, has been capturing university culture, students, faculty and staff for nearly a decade. He steps out from behind the lens to discuss how his love of photography sent him around the world with the Navy, ultimately leading him home to Alaska.
The show must go on: Despite fall storm, UAA celebrates the new academic year with food, the Alaska State Fair and fun
Last Friday, UAA kicked off it's beginning of fall semester celebrations by inviting students, faculty and staff back to campus for food and festivities.