Eileen Panigeo MacLean House

The Eileen Panigeo MacLean House was established to provide students from the Arctic region and other rural areas of Alaska with a safe, inviting, and supportive community environment that would be helpful in the transition from small, tight-knit rural communities to the hustle and bustle of university life in the city of Fairbanks. The Eileen Panigeo MacLean House offers students the opportunity to live in a small community with a cultural focus, allowing them to feel at home in an academic and urban environment, while at the same time supporting their academic efforts and celebrating their successes.
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  • Denali, Lance, Jason, and Tim - dorm staff

    Denali, Lance, Jason, and Tim - dorm staff

  • Residents in the common area

    Residents in the common area

  • Typical (very neat) dorm room

    Typical (very neat) dorm room

  • Eating good!

    Eating good!

  • Rocking the Native Games Night at RSS

    Rocking the Native Games Night at RSS

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  • First time freshman Justice Kippi

    First time freshman Justice Kippi

  • Dorm staff volunteering for the Troth Yeddha' Run

    Dorm staff volunteering for the Troth Yeddha' Run

  • Home!

    Home!

Built in partnership with the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, the Eileen Panigeo MacLean House was named after the late Eileen Panigeo MacLean, an Alaska State Representative, North Slope borough resident and UAF alumnae who was strongly involved in Alaska Native rights.

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