Supporting students with limited income, whose parent(s) or guardian(s) have not earned a baccalaureate degree, and/or who experience a documented disability.
Create the Seawolf experience that is best for you!
There are different ways to get involved based on your academic major or personal interests. Whether you plan to live on campus, commute, or take classes virtually from your home, we have the resources you need to be successful.
Being a new student can bring up lots of questions, and Wolfpack Orientation Leaders are here to help you get the answers you need. The Wolfpack are current students who will answer your questions, and this appointment request form has suggested topics for you to choose from.
Finding the right community to support you on your journey is important, and the First-Year Experience (FYE) team is here to help.
- (907) 786-1224
- Student Union (SU) 101
Find Your Community
Community, inclusion and diversity are key values at UAA. Here you can find communities, support, and engagement opportunities.
NSS is dedicated to serving all Native students (and their intersecting identities), regardless of degree, major, GPA, etc. In both the on-campus NSS space and virtually, students can find culturally-grounded and affirming programming, advising, advocacy, and support, including the NET Program for incoming students.
Supporting the needs of many UAA student communities. MSS has a dedicated space on campus and fosters culturally diverse community engagement.
Uplifting and advocating our Queer/Trans/LGBTQIA2S+ community by providing a space, events and programming which support the belonging, engagement and holistic well-being of our community members.
Engage with Other Seawolves
Live & Learn On Campus
Live on campus and build community with each other in the First-Year Resident Experience (FYRE) program designed to incorporate social engagement and academic success.
Whether you’re engaging online or on campus, UAA strives to ensure equitable access for all students. Disability Support Services (DSS) empowers, supports, and advocates for students who experience disabilities by partnering with the University community in providing equal access to all programs, facilities, services, and activities.
University Studies (UNIV) courses help students transition into the university and set them up for success.
- Learn strategies for college success
- Explore your interests and skills in light of career options
- Gain ownership of your educational experience
Advisors will help you understand your major and select the right classes to keep you on track. Advisors are a great resource to help you make a plan to complete your degree and plan for classes before registration opens.
Who is your academic advisor? See who your advisor is in your Navigate account.
Get resources to help you succeed in your classes through the Learning Commons, which includes:
- Writing Center
- Math Lab
- Nursing tutoring
- Science tutoring
- Communication Center coaching