Hours and Contact Info


Anna Berge

Sarala Puthuval
Collections Manager

Drop-in hours

ANLA is open to the public on some Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings. Dates vary depending on staff availability, please email, call, or check Library website for details.

Hours for archival research & tours

ANLA is open by appointment only, except during the drop-in hours listed above. During Spring Semester 2019, appointments are generally available Sunday-Thursday from 10am-5pm. If you are coming from out of town and/or you need to make an appointment outside of the usual hours, please contact us well in advance.

Contact Details

Email is the most reliable way to reach us. Please write to:  uaf-anla [@] alaska.edu, or the Director, or the Collections Manager.

Phone and fax

+1 (907) 474-7436 (main office and research room)
+1 (907) 474-5351 (director's office)
+1 (907) 474-6586 (fax)

Mailing Address

Alaska Native Language Archive
Rasmuson Library
PO Box 756808
Fairbanks, AK  99775-6808

 To recommend a resource for acquisition by the Archive, please use the resource recommendation form.


The Alaska Native Language Archive is located within the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library at 1732 Tanana Loop on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. Our main office and reading room are located on the first floor (Rasmuson 109) and our Reference Library, which is open for public browsing during library hours, is on the second floor (follow the signs for Alaska Native Language Archive). 

Parking: The nearest lots to ANLA are those east of Signers' Hall and south of the Eielson Building. Additional visitor parking is available in the Taku lot off Farmer's Loop Road. Taku lot permits may be purchased from a kiosk. A parking permit is required for visitors on UAF campus Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Parking is free for visitors after 5 p.m. and on weekends and holidays. More info on visitor parking here. 

Transit: To reach ANLA by public transit, take a Fairbanks MACS transit bus to UAF Wood Center.

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