Contact via Email and Phone: Closed to In-person Traffic
The University Center is closed to walk-in traffic due to statewide and local measures
to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The call center is operational and staff are able to take your call Monday - Friday
from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Call center: 907-786-1480 (option 5)
- Email: contact information found on this page or listed on the Office of the Registrar homepage
During this time, transcripts must be mailed and are not available for pick up.
Please note that staff are working remotely and there may be some unintended interruptions or delays to communication. We appreciate your patience during this time.
To be eligible to register a student must:
- Be admitted to the university as a certificate-seeking, degree-seeking, or non-degree-seeking student.
- Most students must complete Title IX Training. Degree seeking, living in campus housing and/or national/international exchange students are required to complete Title IX: Sexual Assault Prevention training annually. Training cycles run July 1 – June 30. Access the Title IX training website.
- Some classes require certain placement exams or other prerequisites in order to register. See specific class restrictions in UAOnline.
The goal of academic advising is to assist students in developing educational plans consistent with career and life goals and to provide students with the information and skills needed to pursue those goals. For a list of advising contacts and for more information, visit the Advising page. Advisors may also be indicated in DegreeWorks which is available through UAOnline.
Planning a Schedule
Student can take advantage of Schedule Planner - an online tool similar to a shopping cart where students may add classes to their cart, block out non-class times and select available schedules. Schedule Planner is available the day the semester schedule goes live.
How to Use Schedule Planner
Frequently Asked Questions
Plan Semester Expenses