"Navigate Student" Mobile App
Download on Google Play or AppStore
Use the Navigate Student Mobile app to find the information you need all in one place. Download the Student Quick Guide here.
- Access advisor, tutor, career services, instructors, and more through appointment scheduling
- View and email your success team (assigned advisors, coaches, instructors, etc.)
- View your class schedule
- Connect with other students on campus through study buddies
- View campus resources and student help
- Complete the major explorer
- View reports (electronic sticky notes)
- Interact with automated and personal to-dos, important dates and events
- View holds notifications with resolution steps
- Complete surveys and quick polls for student support staff to better serve you!
If you get this error message when you click on an appointment link, please type in Fairbanks to the search bar and log in using your UAF username and password (same as UAOnline).
Update your UAOnline email and phone number
View this site for additional instructions on how to update contact information in UAOnline: https://catalog.uaf.edu/academics-regulations/communication-via-email/. Updating your preferred information in UAOnline will be reflected in UAOnline, Canvas, Blackboard, Gmail and more.
What is Nanook Navigator?
Nanook Navigator (Navigate Student) is a suite of interconnected tools to support students from enrollment to graduation and life-long success. Nanook Navigator, includes two valuable products – a mobile app and an advising platform– to keep students on academic track, connected to their advisors and campus resources, and making progress toward graduation.
This mobile app for students, streamlines the UAF experience through ways to get involved, upcoming registration and other important deadlinesm and personalized “to-dos”. Students can connect with university resources through their network and access a comprehensive directory of student services. Nanook Navigator is the best way for faculty, advisors, and student support staff to communicate with one another about the progress, concerns, and the unique needs of each student.