Launch a rocket. Monitor muskoxen. Study in Spain. It's your life. Make it off the charts or off the grid.
It's all here -- professors who know you, research grants to study in-depth and study-away programs so you can explore a different world.
eLearning and Distance Education
UAF eLearning and Distance Education offers more than 350 courses in 60 disciplines and offers degrees and certificates completely online. Our online degree and certificate programs cover fields from medical coding and reception to information technology. With so many degree programs to choose from, and with the flexibility of online courses, UAF's eLearning courses are a great way to begin or further your educational and professional career.
The Honors Program assists high-achieving and motivated students in making the absolute most of their undergraduate education. But it's about more than being smart. It's about being bold, pushing your intellect and pursuing scholarly opportunities. It's exploring new places -- in the mind and the world. It's your home away from home, academically and socially, where you share small classes and rigorous thinking with student-scholars as inquisitive as you.
The Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity (URSA) office exists to support, develop and institutionalize UAF's diverse and robust programs of undergraduate research and creative scholarship.
The Biomedical Learning and Student Training program (BLaST) offers 20 scholarships that cover tuition, fees and a monthly stipend for students interested in biomedical or health research careers. Students receive mentorship from faculty and the opportunity to conduct research.
If you want to explore the world, UAF can help. Whether you attend a university in another state or another country, your credits will count toward your UAF degree program. Participation in National Student Exchange and international exchange/study abroad programs will start you on your unforgettable adventure!
Summer Sessions and Lifelong Learning
Summer Sessions offers many courses, credit and noncredit, meeting morning through evening, weekdays and weekends from May to August. Complete a course for your degree or investigate a topic of interest.
Various sessions create the option for flexible scheduling for summer students. Twelve-week, six-week and two-week sessions, plus short courses with varying dates and lengths, create the opportunity to design a schedule that works best for you.
The UA Scholars Program encourages Alaska's high school graduates to get their advanced education in Alaska.
The UA Scholars Award is an $12,000 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.