Health and Safety
The well-being of all students is a top priority at the University of Alaska Anchorage. A variety of support systems and agencies are in place to assist in this mission.
Physical Health Services
Counseling and Mental Health
- Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
- Equity and Compliance - Sexual Misconduct and Reporting
- University Police
- Alternative Transportation Options
- Environmental Health
- Student Code of Conduct
- Call Team and Safety Escorts
- Emergency Information
- Residence Life Safety Information
- Bringing in the Bystander Training
- Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Basic Personal Defense Training
Care ReportSubmit a Care Referral/ReportSubmit a Care Referral/Report
Please submit a Care Report if a student appears distressed, disturbed, dysregulated, and/or has generally concerning behavior. This online report may be submitted anonymously.
In an emergency, call 911 and inform the operator it is a UAA campus emergency. Care Team referral/reports should not be used in emergencies or immediate crises at hand. For questions regarding UAA's Care Network please call the Care Team at 907-786-6065 or the Dean of Students office at 907-786-1214.
Care records are student records held in the Dean of Students' office and protected by FERPA, the Family Education Rights to Privacy Act. Only those with legitimate educational purposes may access these records.
Confidential HotlineUA Confidential Hotline ReportUA Confidential Hotline Report
Submit an anonymous report online or call 855-251-5719 regarding an act of harassment, sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking or incidents of discrimination based on protected categories such as race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veterans status, physical or mental disability, marital status, genetic information, pregnancy or parenthood or retaliation.
Find out more information from Equity and Compliance.
University PoliceUniversity PoliceUniversity Police
The UAA Police Department consists of a group of professionals working together to provide a safe environment for the UAA community through the confident application of education, rule enforcement and creative thinking.
Alcohol, Drug and Wellness Education
Find out more about the resources UAA provides to its campus members to promote healthy choices about alcohol and drugs. Learn about the alcohol and drug policies UAA has in place to create a safe campus environment.Alcohol, Drug and Wellness Education
Sexual Health & Safety
Read more about the services and resources UAA provides to its campus members to promote healthy lifestyles as well as the safety training and sexual misconduct reporting available.Sexual Health Resources
The UAA Integrated Suicide Prevention Initiative (UAA-ISPI) is a comprehensive, coordinated, culturally-sensitive effort aimed at promoting campus-wide suicide prevention education and awareness.Integrated Suicide Prevention Initiative