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Military and Veteran Student Services
The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 requires educational institutions to make certain disclosures to students using federal military and/or VA educational benefits. You can access a personalized data sheet by visiting the Net Price Calculator for the University of Alaska Anchorage. Further information on how much it costs to attend UAA can be found using the Cost Calculator. Additional financial information can be found at the NCES College Navigator site. Information on the rates that the VA pays for each educational program can be found at the VA Rate Tables site.
For more information on transfer of credits including military transcripts please see the Transfer Credit Students page. Any information on additional requirements, certification, or examinations that are included with a degree program are embedded and stated as part of our degree programs. The University of Alaska Anchorage adheres to the Principles of Excellence as indicated on our institutional profile. Veterans and military students may contact UAA Military and Veteran Student Services for assistance.
Military Tuition Rate
Current active duty service members, reserves, and national guard members are eligible for tuition to be capped at a $250 per credit maximum and all student fees will be waived*.
*Does not apply to course or lab fees. Does not apply to graduate tution. Does not apply to dependents.
Resources for UAA Student Veterans and Active Duty Military Students
UAA Financial Aid Disclosure Information
Making the decision to pursue a degree is a big step, and in choosing where to enroll,
there are many factors to consider.
The following resources are available to assist with comparing cost, financial assistance, and outcomes.
The staff of UAA Office of Student Financial Assistance are ready to assist students and their families. If you have any questions about financial aid at University of Alaska Anchorage, please contact us so that we can provide answers to your questions.
The College Scorecard
Created and hosted by the U.S. Department of Education, The College Scorecard provides information designed to let prospective students compare information on cost, retention rates, and other critical data.
It is located at: http://collegecost.ed.gov/scorecard/
UAA Net Price Calculator
The UAA Net Price Calculator provides applicants with an estimate of the average cost and financial aid, based on information that they provide. The Net Price Calculator is provided for Undergraduate programs only at this time.
Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance information is provided by career (Undergraduate / Graduate) and is based on average cost for tuition and fees, books and supplies, housing and food, transportation, and personal expenses. The data is meant to be an estimate only, as each student's expenses will depend on many variables, including living arrangements.
Students whose actual expenses exceed their estimates can submit a Cost of Attendance/Budget Adjustment Form
The Shopping Sheet
Once an accepted or continuing student completes the FAFSA, UAA will notify the student of the aid he/she is eligible for. Along with the online award offer (available through UAOnline), an online Shopping Sheet is provided as a way to provide clear, concise information on cost, financial aid, retention, graduation, and average debt information per career. Designed by the U.S. Department of Education, it provides award information in a standard format to allow students to easily compare cost and aid offers for schools they are considering. The Shopping Sheet is available to students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and have applied to UAA.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill