Guide to On-Campus Living

Dear Seawolf:                    

Our highest purpose and mission is your academic and personal success. The professional and student staff members of Residence Life and Housing are here to support you, and we take this responsibility to heart each and every day. In two words: You Matter!

 We urge you to make the most of your on-campus advantage, by truly connecting to your fellow students, your classes, and to campus organizations and activities. On-Campus Living, comprised of University Housing & Dining Services and the Department of Residence Life, is here to help you make the connection to all of the great resources available at UAA. We have many exciting things planned for residents of the on-campus housing community this year, and hope that the facilities, programs, and activities we provide make a positive impact on your life as a college student.

 The “Guide to On-Campus Living” serves as your resource to all of the policies and processes associated with on-campus housing. Please keep it handy as a reference throughout the year. If you have any questions that are not answered by the “Guide,” or if there is anything else we may do to assist you, please give us a call or stop by our offices – “Housing” is located in Commons 101, and Residence Life can be found in MAC 6-103. Thanks for choosing to live on campus; we look forward to getting to know you as we learn and grow together throughout the year.

Ryan-Jasen Henne, PhD                              David Weaver, M.A.

Director of Residence Life                          Director of University Housing, Dining, & Conference Services

Back to top