Multicultural Center

The Multicultural Center (MCC) facilitates the access, persistence, success and graduation of UAA’s underrepresented minority students (URM). Students are encouraged to give careful consideration to their academic and personal goals and take responsibility for their choices and decisions.

Through purposeful engagement in programs, services, activities and organizations, students will successfully transition to, persist at, and graduate from UAA. MCC’s growing suite of intellectual, cultural, and social programming facilitates a welcoming environment, effective student engagement, meaningful personal development, and academic success.


Pronounced Ah-Ha-Na, AHAINA stands for African American, Hispanic, Asian/ Pacific Islander, International and Native American students.  AHAINA's mission is to further the success of minority students as well as promoting diversity in the University of Alaska Campus.

AHAINA aims to achieve that mission by developing and implementing educational, cultural and social programs that will assist juniors and seniors (upperclassmen) students in obtaining satisfactory grades, reaching self-determined academic goals and successfully graduating.


seawolf Success

The Seawolf Success Program is a leadership training program that provides incoming first and second year students with tools to take charge of their education, social life, study habits and achieve success towards their educational goals. We offer workshops, training, and mentoring that connects students to the UAA community and resources, as well as one-on-one transition guidance from program staff. All these services and more are available for FREE to accepted applicants!

Hours, location

8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
Rasumuson Hall 106

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