The Alaska Distance Classic will be starting and ending on the Alaska Pacific University campus this Saturday, August 6. Some areas will be closed and others will have delayed access with APD traffic control
Save the date: 2022 Disability Services Conference, Nov. 7-11
All staff and faculty are cordially invited to attend the Disability Services Conference, Nov. 7-11, 2022. Two sessions will be offered per day. More details will be announced in September.
Welcoming new Alcohol, Drug and Wellness Educator
The Dean of Students Office has hired Sarah Mills into the position of Alcohol, Drug and Wellness Educator.
International Gallery of Contemporary Art presenting three new artists
The International Gallery of Contemporary Art (IGCA) is pleased to present three new exhibitions by artists Rachael Juzeler, Ronald Viol and Robert Werner.
IT Business Coordinator
UAA Information Technology (IT) Services is seeking applications for the Business Coordinator position.
Political science alumna earns degree before setting foot on campus
Gabriella Hill completed her degree with honors completely online from Naknek, thanks to the Department of Political Science’s recommitment to making its curriculum available to those who might have difficulty traveling to Anchorage for classes.
Voliva named conference co-winner for NCAA Woman of the Year
The Great Northwest Athletic Conference has chosen former University of Alaska Anchorage basketball star Tennae Voliva as one of two nominees to advance to the next stage for the prestigious NCAA Woman of the Year award, the league office announced Wednesday.
Program Support Specialist
The College of Arts & Sciences is looking for a Program Support Specialist to join our team.
UAA's Orton elevated to associate head coach
Entering his eighth season with the Alaska Anchorage men’s basketball program in 2022-23, Ryan Orton has been elevated to the role of associate head coach.