2020-2021 Housing Rates
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all housing on campus this year will be single occupancy--one student per apartment or residence hall suite (each suite has a private bathroom). This means each student will have a private space and bathroom in order to maintain social distancing.
All students living in student housing will be charged a $10 per semester Residence Hall Association Programming Fee. This fee will help support virtual programming for residential students.
**Apartments are typically reserved for students who have lived on campus at least one year or are 21 years of age or older.
Application Fees and Deposit
All students must pay an application fee and refundable* deposit at the time they apply for housing. Please see the How to Apply page for instructions on completing the Housing Application on UAOnline.
*Students must uphold the terms of the Housing Agreement in order for the deposit to be refunded.
** Application fees are non-refundable
2020 Summer Housing Rate
$2,875 for both summer sessions. Rate will be prorated accordingly for students staying for only one session. Please see the Summer Housing webpage for more information.
It's all about convenience!
An application fee and refundable deposit are due at the time of application and can be paid with a debit or credit card as part of the online application. All other housing and dining fees will be assessed to your UAA student account prior to the start of each academic semester and should be paid along with tuition and other UAA fees by the UAA payment deadline for each semester. Students must keep their accounts with the University of Alaska in good standing in order to live in on-campus housing.
For information on how to pay your student account, visit the Bursar's Office Cashiering webpage.
All rates are effective as of March 4, 2020 for the 2020-2021 academic year and are subject to change. Rates are listed per semester. Students can apply for housing anytime during the year and rates will be prorated depending on the actual move-in date.
All students living in the residence halls are required to have a meal plan. Apartment residents are not required to purchase a meal plan; however participating in one of these plans can be more convenient than grocery shopping and kitchen clean-up!