High school students

High school (and secondary school) students can take classes at UAF. There are a few options for attending:

The Alaska Higher Education Admission Decision program allows qualified high school students to be formally admitted to UAF as general studies students. AHEAD students are assigned an academic advisor and follow the registration timeline for degree-seeking students.

To qualify, students must have completed three-fourths of their high school core curriculum and have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. (To qualify for federal financial aid, you must have either a high school diploma or a GED.)

To apply to the AHEAD program:

Complete the AHEAD application (PDF) and submit it along the UAF application for admission (including the $50 application fee), high school transcripts and test scores to:

Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 757480
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7480

The AHEAD program application requires your signature as well as signatures of your parent/guardian, and high school principal or counselor.

If you are a high school student wanting to take one or two classes at UAF, secondary enrollment is for you.

Fill out the high school student enrollment form online

The Tech Prep program allows high school students to receive college credit at UAF by successfully completing specific, pre-approved courses at their school. The program is a partnership between the UAF Community and Technical College and the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District.

 

 

Apply today!

 
  1. Create an account.

  2. Complete your student profile.

  3. Start an applicationselect a term (fall, spring or summer), select a major and tell us about your academic history. If you can’t finish it all at once, you can always come back to finish it later.

  4. Electronically sign, pay and submit your application.

If you have any questions during the application process, please connect with us. We are here to help.