Special instructions

About UA Scholars

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Application instructions


Special instructions

UA Scholars receive award letters during the beginning of their senior year and must apply for admission (as a new student) by May 1 to reserve their award. Scholarships must start within 12 months of high school graduation. Your application fee will be waived when you select the UA Scholars application type when applying through UAOnline.


About the UA Scholars program

The UA Scholars Program encourages Alaska's high school graduates to get their advanced education in Alaska.

The UA Scholars Award is an $11,000 scholarship which can cover eligible expenses such as undergraduate tuition, fees, room, board, books, supplies and other educational costs associated with going to a UA school.

  • Students eligible for the award are designated by their high school if they are in the top 10 percent of their junior class at the end of their junior year.
     
  • The award is disbursed in the amount of $1,375 per semester for a total of eight semesters over a five year period.
     
  • Scholars are required to maintain full-time enrollment status (minimum of 12 credits) and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.

Contact Amy Bristor with questions about the UA Scholars program

Amy Bristor

Application instructions

New students (undergraduate and graduate)

New students: Students who have never attended the University of Alaska before.
  1. Review your admission requirements
     
  2. Go to the UAOnline home page
     
  3. Select Apply for Admission or Check on Status of Application

  4. Select First-time User Account Creation (at bottom of page)
    You will be asked to choose an ID and PIN before continuing to the application form. Please make note of this ID and PIN for future use.
     
  5. Choose a campus
     
  6. Click on your application type: 

    • U.S. Assoc./Cert 1 & 2 year: 
      U.S. citizens or permanent residents who wish to pursue an associate degree or certificate program

    • U.S. Bachelor ? 4 year: 
      U.S. citizens or permanent residents who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree

    • U.S. Graduate ? Master/Phd: 
      U.S. citizens or permanent residents who wish to pursue a master’s degree, doctorate or graduate licensure

    • UA Scholars: 
      students who have been designated as UA Scholars by their high school

    • International Bachelor-4 year: 
      students who are, or will be, in the U.S. on a visa and who wish to pursue a bachelor’s program 

    • International Grad-Master/PhD: 
      students who are, or will be, in the U.S. on a visa and who wish to pursue a master’s degree, doctorate or graduate licensure program

  7. Click continue to complete the online application and pay the application fee. (A credit card is required.)
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