1. What is FERPA?
Family Educational Right and Privacy Act
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) deals specifically with the education records of students, affording them certain rights with respect to those records. For more information about your rights as a student please click the above link.
FERPA Release - This form allows parents, guardians, spouses, tribal council and agencies access to your education records.
Withhold or Release Directory Information - This form releases certain information about you as a student. It also allows University staff and faculty to talk to you about your records via phone or e-mail. For more information about (click here) Electing FERPA Confidentiality and how it affects your communication with the University Staff and Faculty.
FERPA Training for Faculty, Staff, Employees, and Student Employees:
Go to UAOnline and log in with your AuthServ credentials, click on the Training link at the bottom of the page.
3. My UAOnline PIN doesn't work. Help!
If you forget your PIN, or need your PIN reset:
- At UAOnline, enter your student ID number under "Login to Secured Area." Select "Forgot PIN."
- If you were not able to reset your PIN using the "Forgot PIN" question, do one of the following:
- Bring a picture ID to the Office of Admissions and the Registrar to request a PIN reset.
- Email a scanned copy of your picture ID and request to reset PIN to firstname.lastname@example.org. The request must be sent from your @alaska.edu email account and should indicate 'PIN Reset' in the subject line. You will be contacted by email once reset.
- Contact the Office of Admissions and the Registrar at 474-7500 to request a PIN reset. You will be asked a series of security questions before we are able to reset your PIN.
A directory or confidentiality hold on your records will require you to present a picture ID at a local campus to have your PIN reset.
6. How do I apply for admission?
If you are interested in any of the degree programs offered though the College of Rural and Community Development you will need to apply for Admissions though UAF.
- Apply for admissions online though UAOnline.
- Paper Application
7. How to Apply for Residency
Proof of Residency
- Residency Application. You may be required to fill out UAF Residency Application if you have been out of a qualified Alaska high school for more than one year.
- Proof of residency is required and a receipt of the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend is the accepted proof of residency. Please click on the Residency Application for more information on other residence eligibility documents.