Tuition & fees

 

 

How Much Does College Cost?

How much you pay for college tuition costs will vary depending on the institution and how much financial aid you receive. We offer in-state tuition rates for online programs and provide a wide selection of financial aid options to help you cover tuition costs for college.

 

 

UAF Tuition and Costs

Here’s a breakdown of college tuition and other costs at UAF. Remember, most students receive financial aid and only pay a portion of college tuition costs. Once you get an idea of the cost for college, we encourage you to explore all of the financial aid options available and calculate the amount of aid you will receive using the resources that follow.

Course levels Alaska resident Non-resident WUE**
100-200-level $223/credit $789/credit $335/credit
300-400-level $269/credit $835/credit  $404/credit
600-level $513/credit $1079/credit  
First-years and sophomores Alaska resident Non-resident WUE**
Tuition and fees* (15 credits, 100-200-level courses) $4,269 $13,104 $6,002
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $5,220 $5,220 $5,220
Semester total $9,489 $18,324 $11,222
Juniors and seniors Alaska resident Non-resident WUE**
Tuition and fees* (15 credits, 300-400-level courses) $4,989 $13,824 $7,082
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $5,220 $5,220 $5,220
Semester total $10,209 $19,044 $12,302
Graduate students Alaska resident Non-resident
Tuition and fees* (9 credits, 600-level courses) $5,412 $10,713
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $5,220 $5,220
Semester total $10,632 $15,933
First-years and sophomores Alaska resident Non-resident WUE**
Tuition and fees* (30 credits, 100-200-level courses) $8,538 $26,208 $12,004
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $10,440 $10,440 $10,440
Annual total $18,978 $36,648 $22,444
Juniors and seniors Alaska resident Non-resident WUE**
Tuition and fees* (30 credits, 300-400-level courses) $9,978 $27,648 $14,164
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $10,440 $10,440 $10,440
Annual total $20,418 $38,088 $24,604
Graduate students Alaska resident Non-resident
Tuition and fees* (18 credits, 600-level courses) $10,824 $21,426
Room and board (double room + Block 75 or 105 meal plan) $10,440 $10,440
Annual total $21,264 $31,866
Expense type Living off-campus Living on-campus
Books and supplies $2,000 $2,000
Miscellaneous and personal expenses $2,250 $2,250 
Transportation $2,000 $400

* Includes fees for ASUAF (student government), athletics, libraries and digital resources, student activities and services, Student Health and Counseling Center, recreation, student sustainability, technology, transportation, UA network and facilities. Does not include health insurance, books, supplies, travel, parking, miscellaneous expenses or special costs associated with international or exchange students. Costs are subject to change.​

** Western Undergraduate Exchange

 

 

Apply for Financial Aid

Get help paying for college tuition and other college fees. To apply for financial aid, you’ll need to first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will determine your eligibility for federal and state grants and some scholarships. You’ll receive an award letter via email within about a week of submitting your application.

 

How we determine your financial aid amount

The Financial Aid Office estimates your yearly cost for college to determine how much financial aid you may receive. We use your housing type as reported on your FAFSA and your residency status as determined by the Office of Admissions to estimate your costs for tuition, room, board, fees, books, supplies and miscellaneous expenses. This estimate is based on full-time attendance for the fall and spring semesters. Your actual college costs may be more or less depending on how many credits you take, your housing expenses and other factors.

 

Calculate how much financial aid you will receive

Our Net Price Calculator can help you estimate how much you’re likely to receive in financial assistance. It only takes a few minutes — you’ll need to have an idea of your family's income and assets.

 

 

How to Pay Your College Tuition 

Tuition and fees may be paid online at UAOnline or in person at the Office of the Bursar Payment plans are available.