UAA Education Abroad is an opportunity for UAA students to study abroad or participate in an internship or service learning experience in another country while still receiving academic credit towards their UAA degree! Students can choose programs from all over the world, use their financial aid to pay for program fees, and go abroad for the summer, a semester or an academic year.
Sober Seawolves meetings are starting up again for the fall semester! Sober Seawolves is a peer-led group for students in or working towards recovery as well as those who would like support with cutting back.
Your Feedback Requested on the Strategic Enrollment Management Plan
During the last academic year, the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs led a UAA-wide effort to develop a draft Strategic Enrollment Management Plan (SEM Plan). A draft version of the SEM plan is available for view by UAA employees on the UAA Employee Intranet.
Learn about the culinary arts program and dining on campus!
Join us for an inside look of the Culinary Arts program and dining on campus. Observe the hustle and bustle of the culinary arts students preparing sweet and savory treats for the bakery cart. Interact with the program faculty and hear about all the great things happening year-round in the Culinary Arts Program housed in Cuddy Hall.
Alaska Department of Transportation Drone Lab Internship
Work up to 10 hours a week (Monday-Friday). Prefer if you have larger blocks of time. Pay is $3,000 for a semester, prorated for point in the semester.
Campus Cash Receipts
With campus activities returning to pre-pandemic levels, I would like to take this opportunity to inform all departments of the University of Alaska’s cash management policies, especially frequency of deposits.
Rural Immersion Institute of the North (RIIN)
RIIN introduces healthcare students to the realities of providing care in rural Alaska. Students spend the beginning of the program in Anchorage, learning about Alaskan culture and meeting with healthcare professionals to hear about their experiences.
Join visiting poet Jane Hirshfield for a discussion about poetry and the creative writing process
Poet Jane Hirshfield will be in Library 307 on Sept. 28, 2023, from 12 - 2 p.m., to talk with UAA and APU students about poetry and the creative writing process. Bring your questions and share some pizza. This event is part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the UAA/APU Consortium Library.
"Ways of Knowing: Poetry, Science, and the Environment” Panel Conversation
On Sept. 28, 2023, 4-5:30 p.m. in Library 307, please join visiting poet Jane Hirshfield, Stephanie Holthaus (Climate Action Advisor for The Nature Conservancy Alaska and founder of the Women on Climate Initiative of TNC North America), Nancy Lord (Former Alaska Writer Laureate, Homer), and Marie Tozier (Alaska Native poet, Nome) for the panel discussion.
Just Baked Smart Bistro is Now Live on UAA Campus
Check out all the great offerings at the new Just Baked Smart Bistro! Indulge in hot, restaurant-quality delights like scrumptious potstickers, irresistible pizza bites, and heavenly cinnamon rolls, all conveniently available at select campus locations