On-Campus Undergraduate Housing

Housing at UAF is in high demand, so apply early!  Students who wish to live in undergraduate housing should apply at least one month prior to the move-in date.  Applications will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis; there is no guarantee that space will be available. To apply for housing, students must be enrolled in at least six (6) semester credits.  UAF encourages all students to apply for admission before applying for housing.

How to Apply for Housing 

STEP 1 // Download and Review Applications
Download the Residence Hall Application & Agreement. Review the documents carefully before filling them out to make sure you don't miss a step!

Fill out applications by hand or electronically using Adobe Acrobat. Make sure to print and sign all applications and forms. Residence Life will not process applications that are submitted without signatures. You will need Adobe Acrobat to open the application. For a free download of Adobe Acrobat click here.

STEP 2 // Submit Housing Application
Applications can be submitted in person at the Residence Life Central Office, by mail, by fax, or by email. All pages of the application must be completed and included for Residence Life to be able to process your submissions.  If you decide to have a land line connected to your campus room, make sure to fill out the Telephone Agreement on page 4 of the housing agreement.

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9am to 4pm (24hr Drop Box)

  • MBS Complex, 732 Yukon Drive
  • PO Box 756860, Fairbanks, AK 99775
  • Fax: (907) 474-6423
  • E-mail: uaf-housing@alaska.edu

STEP 3 // Submit Payment
Send your room deposit and your processing payment to the Residence Life Office.  UAF does not accept any payment information by mail or email.  You will receive written confirmation of acceptance and a receipt for your deposit.

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Please Note: All UAF residence halls, with the exemption of the Sustainable Village, require residents to purchase a meal plan.  Please contact Dining Services at 907-474-6661, for dining application availability. If a student does not apply for a dining plan, they will automatically be assigned the default meal plan. Graduate students, regardless of their hall assignment, are not required to purchase a meal plan.

While we encourage all students to apply for admission to UAF, acceptance to UAF is not required to apply for housing. Once you have applied for housing, additional campus forms and information are available through Admissions.

EXPLORE YOUR HOUSING OPTIONS

Explore your housing options We have numerous housing options, choose to live in Stevens, Nerland, McIntosh, Wickersham, Bartlett, Skarland, Moore, Lathrop, the Cutler Apartment Complex, or the Sustainable Village. 

ASSIGNMENTS

Assignments for the fall semester are made throughout the summer; spring semester assignments are made in late December and as received after winter break. You will be informed by letter as soon as a room assignment is made. All requests for specific rooms or halls are honored on a first- received, first placed basis as long as space is available and all eligibility requirements are met. Several of our more popular residence halls will have only a few spaces for new residents. We try to place you in the building of your choice, but this is not always possible. Please note on the application any request for a specific roommate. We cannot guarantee all requests.

ROOM TYPE OPTIONS
  • DOUBLE-SHARED A room built for two and occupied by two
  • SINGLE A room built for one and occupied by one; limited availability
  • DOUBLE-SINGLE A room built for two but occupied by one; limited availability.
CANCELLATIONS

The cancellation policies specific to your agreement are available on the back page of your application, or page 2 of the online application. If you want to be released from your housing agreement then you need to cancel your housing assignment. Please complete the Housing Cancellation Form and/or Exception to Policy Form and send it to the Department of Residence Life at uaf-housing@alaska.edu

Advantages to living on campus

Off-Campus Apartment Residence Hall
Monthly utility bills to pay. No keeping track of when the bills are due. One payment takes care of everything.
Ramen Noodles and pizza are good, but not for 16 weeks in a row.  Grocery shopping.  Chartwells’ dining options offer you three entrees at every meal and a variety of locations and cuisine with no grocery shopping.  Plus, Residence Hall kitchenettes are available if you want to be your own gourmet.
Buy a washer and dryer or … visiting the Laundromat and save all your quarters. Residence Hall's have clean and FREE laundry facilities right in your residence hall.
Struggling to study?  Study groups and academic tutors dedicated to students in the EDGE Halls, Skarland Hall and Moore Hall.
Boredom and detached from campus life.  An entire hall filled with students to make into new friends, plus intramural sports, mud volleyball, bonfires, floor parties, and more. 
Pay for Internet service. You have the University’s high speed connection, Wi-Fi in many areas on campus and in the comfort of your own room.
Can’t afford a fancy gym memberships. Student Recreation Center (SRC) boasts three multi-purpose courts, weight room, fitness studio, indoor climbing wall, running track, and cardiovascular equipment are all housed inside. Plus there's the Patty Center with an ice arena, basketball courts, racquetball courts, and a pool.
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