Union of Students (USUAA)

Your USUAA President Tuan Graziano and Vice President Esther Dale are here again to talk to you about some changes to expect with campus life and experience for the upcoming fall semester. As of August 2nd, the UAA campus will be open to students, staff, and faculty. In anticipation of those changes, here are some of the most important things to know as a student.

Tuan & Esther

  • Get your new Wolfcard- it's required to attend your in-person classes at UAA. A new or replacement Wolfcard can be obtained at the Consortium Library or Eugene Short Hall. Your Wolfcard must be newer than Fall 2020 to ensure building access.

  • Masks are required- the current COVID-19 policy requires masks inside and outside UAA buildings. This is subject to change; make sure you know the latest policies before heading to campus. If you are interested in getting vaccinated, please contact the Student Health and Counseling Center for more information.

  • In-person activities are back- campus life is starting back up with in-person events and activities returning! We hope to see you participate in these activities safely and healthily as we begin to experience UAA life in person once again.

Welcome back from USUAA President Tuan Graziano

 

Welcome back from USUAA Vice President Esther Dale

 

We encourage you to continually check out the frequently updated UAA COVID-19 Info Website for more information about additional changes to the campus experience. Please be aware that as the pandemic continues, policies may be subject to frequent changes. 

USUAA is here to represent students and we encourage you to join so that your voice and concerns can be heard. You can find more information at www.usuaa.org. We look forward to seeing you this Fall!

 

The Union of Students of the University of Alaska Anchorage (USUAA) is recognized by the University of Alaska Board of Regents as the governing body for students enrolled at the University of Alaska Anchorage. USUAA provides opportunities to develop leadership and advocacy skills while representing student interests and needs.

To petition onto the USUAA Assembly for a vacant delegate, senator, Green Fee Board, Concert Board, or Media Board seat, complete the Online Petition Packet and the membership eligibility form.

Students interested in holding positions in USUAA may run for election. Elections are held each year in the spring semester. See USUAA Elections to learn more.

 

You can participate in USUAA meetings inperson in the Lyla Richards conference room, virtually through zoom or watching the livestream via the USUAA Facebook page.

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