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TERM: Summer 2013.
CAMPUS: UAF-University of Alaska Fairbanks.
SUBJECT: Select a discipline of your choosing. You will have best results if you do not fill in any other fields.
No. SSLL offers open enrollment so you do not need to be formally admitted to the university to register for classes. If the course(s) you decide to register for has prerequisites you will need to provide transcripts or test scores that show you have met the prerequisites. Admission to a UAF degree program is required for financial aid.
Students new to UAF may create a student account at UAOnline allowing you to make payment, check on grades and register for courses in the future. Go to UAOnline and then follow the directions.
A second option for new students is to register for classes at the SSLL website. This option does not allow for payment, registration verifi cation or grade information. Additionally, it can take a couple of working days for registrations submitted at this site to be processed. Once your registration is processed you can make payment by calling the UAF Business Office (907-474-7384). You can call SSLL at 907-474-7021 to determine your registration status.
Check your registration status at UAOnline using the help link if necessary. If you have problems accessing UAOnline, do not hesitate to call the SSLL office at 907-474-7021 or 866-404-7021 toll free to confirm your registration. You will NOT receive an email or any other written confirmation of your registration.
You can pay tuition and fees using UAOnline, in person at the Business Office in Signers’ Hall, or by calling the Business Office with credit card information (907-474-7384).
SEE FINANCIAL INFORMATION.
All tuition and fees for courses that you are currently registered for must be paid within the payment period of your first class. If you register for a class and decide not to attend the class you MUST drop the course or you will be responsible for the tuition and fees for that course. See the Dates and Deadlines calendar for information regarding refunds and drops. Remember that summer classes are condensed, so the time frame for dropping and getting a 100% refund is very short.
If you have already paid for your classes, then you have five business days to pay for the course that was added to your schedule through the wait list process. If you fail to pay for the course within that time frame, you will be charged a $50 late fee.
The UAF Bookstore is located in Constitution Hall. It is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition to purchasing new and used textbooks, many titles are now rentable or available as e-books.
Every student at UAF is assigned a UA ID number and an email account. Official university correspondence (such as a student bill) is sent to this UAF email address. Activate your student account following the instructions at ELMO. Once you complete this process and have set up your UA username and password, go to the Google application you would like to log in to (Mail, Calendar, Documents, etc).
If you’re having trouble getting into your account, call the OIT Support Center at 907-450-8300 for assistance.
You can also use the secure online ADD/DROP form on the SSLL website to drop a class. You can use also use UAOnline to drop a class if you are within the time period when classes can be dropped with no penalty. See UAF's Dates and Deadlines for additional information.
It is extremely important to drop or withdraw from classes that you do not plan to attend. This action can save you money, prevent a failing grade on your transcript and eliminate the possibility of registration holds on your account.
First and foremost remember that tuition increases take effect in the fall so summer is your last chance to take courses at lower tuition rates. Also SSLL offers in-state tuition for all (undergraduate and graduate students).
Students newly admitted for summer can fill out a FAFSA for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Yes. We know that working during the summer for college students is a high priority so we do all we can to make Summer@UAF financially possible for students.
Along with traditional financial aid, SSLL offers its own assistance programs for undergraduate study at UAF.
The Sweet Summer Deal (SSD) and the R.G. & Onnie V. Bouchum/La Shina R. Jones Memorial Summer Scholarships.
The SSD provides a financial incentive for undergraduate students to take up to 14 credits over the summer. You pay the tuition for the first ten and we pay for any credits beyond ten (up to 14) that you successfully complete.
The two $500 R.G. & Onnie V. Bouchum/La Shina R. Jones Memorial Summer Scholarships are available for UAF sophomores, juniors and seniors.
SSLL continues to offer three-credit tuition awards for qualifying continuing and new UAF undergraduate students.
Campus employment is available for students registered for six or more summer credits.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SUMMER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.
Yes, housing is available for students while they are registered for one or more credits during Summer Sessions. As long as you are attending classes you can live in the dorms. Food is available on campus seven days a week. Hours vary depending on location.
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