Coronavirus information

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Current Students

Contact via Email and Phone: Closed to In-person Traffic

The University Center and Military and Veteran Student Services Resource Center in the Student Union are closed to walk-in traffic due to statewide and local measures to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Staff are answering the phone and responding to email throughout the day, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Veterans Education Benefits

  1. Register for classes.

    Register for classes using UAOnline.

    Remember, only the courses that are applicable to your degree program can be certified for VA benefits.

    It is highly suggested that you work with an academic advisor and refer to Degree Works to confirm that courses are applicable to your degree program

  2. Request certification.

    Complete the Summer 2020 Education Benefit Certification Request

    Please do not submit this form until you have completed your registration.

  3. Report of Change

    Complete the UAA Student Veteran Report of Change

    This form must be completed if you have made changes to your major, declared a minor, or changed your benefit type.

  4. Maximize all funding resources.

    Maximize all sources of funding by completing:

    FAFSA application for federal financial aid (strongly recommended but not required)

    UAA Scholarship application (strongly recommended but not required)

  5. Check your preferred and UAA email!

    Check your preferred and UAA email addresses frequently.

    Confirmation of certifications, issues with course applicability, and other important, time sensitive information will be sent to your preferred and UAA email addresses only.

Military Tuition Assistance

  1. Education Center

    Contact your Education Center:

    Make your appointment with your Education Center counselor to assist you with the TA process.

  2. Register for classes.

     Register for class using UAOnline.

    Remember, only the courses that are applicable to your degree program can be paid for using Military Tuition Assistance. 

    It is highly suggested that you work with an academic advisor and refer to Degree Works to confirm that courses are applicable to your degree program.

  3. Apply for Tuition Assistance

    MyCAA 

    Please e-mail MYCAA financial aid vouchers to uaa_veterans@alaska.edu. We will have MYCAA financial aid vouchers posted to students account by payment deadline. 

    GoArmy Ed (GAE)

    If you need a course added or if you need to be accepted in GAE for your degree program though UAA please e-mail us at uaa_veterans@alaska.edu. Please provide the following information: Full Name & UAA Student ID #, what it is you are needing to be processed, CRN and Course information or Degree program that your enrolled in. Please allow 2-3 business days to manually post the course / accept your application in GAE.

    When published and active in GAE we will e-mail informing you of the class availability within GAE at which point you may request TA for the classes.

    The GAE tuition assistance will be posted prior to the semester payment deadline for the semester.

    Air Force

    For students utilizing Tuition Assistance (TA) please e-mail your voucher to uaa_veterans@alaska.edu

  4. Maximize all funding resources.

    Maximize all sources of funding by completing:

    FAFSA application for federal financial aid (strongly recommended but not required)

    UAA Scholarship application (strongly recommended but not required)

  5. Check your preferred and UAA email!

    Check your preferred and UAA email addresses frequently.

    Confirmation of certifications, issues with course applicability, and other important, time sensitive information will be sent to your preferred and UAA email addresses only.