Students are not considered registered for any courses until all tuition and fees are paid or other payment arrangements have been made by the fee payment deadline.
An electronic bill will be generated for you on or about the 15th of each month and made available via UAOnline. A reminder will be sent via email each time a new bill is generated. It is your responsibility to check your email address regularly. A link on the UAOnline "Statement and Payment History" page will take you to the page where you can pay with credit card or electronic check. To view your bill, go to UAOnline and choose "Student Services & Account Information" from the main menu, then "Student Account," then "Statement and Payment History."
Other than tuition, fees, housing and dining, which are due according to the schedule, any charges owed to the university are due within 5 days of when they are incurred to avoid additional late fees.
Pay online: Pay with
- China Union Pay
- Diners Club
or electronic check on the web at UAOnline. Be sure to review your account status after payment is confirmed.
Please note that a 2.85% ($3.00 minimum) transaction fee will be applied to all credit and debit card transactions. If you are paying with a debit card or have a daily limit on your credit card, contact your bank to tell them you are paying university tuition and fees to ensure your card won't be declined.
Pay by mail: Mail your full payment to arrive by 5 p.m. on the fee payment deadline. Payments received after this date will be assessed late fees. Make checks payable to UAF and mail to: University of Alaska Fairbanks, P.O. Box 757640, Fairbanks, AK 99775-7640. Credit and debit card payments are not accepted by mail.
Pay in person: Debit/credit card payments will no longer be accepted in-person or over the phone at the Office of the Bursar. You can pay with either cash or check or you can have the charge added to your Banner account. See the schedule of dates and times.
International payments: Visit payment.flywire.com/pay/payment/ to make a payment or for more information.
Cost: $65 online (reduced rate only applies to online enrollment via UAOnline.)
$90 in person, and special arrangements.
$90 for deferred payment plans.
Who pays: UAF degree-seeking students who cannot pay all tuition and fees at the beginning of a semester.
What's covered: Budgeting by distributing the costs of tuition and fees over up to five payment dates. Payment plans are available for UAF students via their UAOnline account. (Note: Only UAF offers this option.) A down payment and enrollment fee are required at the time of enrollment.
The earlier you enroll, the more payment plan options are available, so enroll early!
Learn more about payment plans
University policy requires a financial hold be placed on your student account if you fail to meet your financial obligations. The hold will prevent any registration, transcript or graduation activity.
Past due accounts may be sent to a collection agency. Interest, late fees and/or collection costs will be added to your account. Past due accounts may be reported to a local credit bureau. The university is authorized to garnish Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends for payment of past due accounts.
All graduate students must have their student bills paid by the fee payment deadline each semester as set by the UAF Bursar’s Office.
For students on a graduate assistantship, contract letters are automatically received by the Graduate School. Those contracts that are received on or before the fee payment deadline will be processed by close of business on the last Friday of fee payment. Students are responsible for ensuring their account is paid in full by the fee payment deadline.
Students on fellowships or receiving payment via a memo must complete the Graduate School Fee Payment Form.
Tuition is determined by the following:
- the number of credit hours in which you are enrolled,
- the level (e.g., 100-level, 200-level) of the course, and
- your residency status.
Students taking 4 or fewer credits are charged at the resident rate.
Tuition by course level
|Fairbanks 100-200-level courses¹||$260/credit||$826/credit||$390/credit|
|Community Campus 100-200-level courses²||$234/credit||$800/credit||$351/credit|
|All 300-400-level courses||$289/credit||$855/credit||$419/credit|
|All 600-level courses||$539/credit||$1105/credit||NA|
|WUE||Western Undergraduate Exchange; 150% of Alaska resident rate.|
|¹||Applies to 100-200-level courses offered through the Rural College and Fairbanks Troth Yeddha' campus.|
|²||Applies to 100-200-level courses offered through the Community and Technical College and Bristol Bay, Chukchi, Interior Alaska, Kuskokwim and Northwest Campuses.|
Note: Audited credits are charged at the same rate as other credits.
The College of Business and Security Management has a 25% tuition surcharge of for upper division and graduate level courses ($72-$135/per credit). The College of Engineering and Mines has a 20% tuition surcharge ($47-$108/per credit). Surcharges are applied on a per credit basis (rounded to the nearest dollar) and are considered a fee. Tuition waivers do not cover tuition surcharges.
All students should check their residency status and tuition charges each semester when they register. Electronic processes, such as a new application, may cause a student's status to change from one semester to the next.
In general, students are expected to have resided in Alaska for the prior two years to be eligible for resident tuition. However, there are additional criteria to meet the eligibility requirements. In the past two years, students must not have:
- been absent from Alaska for an aggregate of more than 120 days other than documented absences due to illness or attendance at another educational institution while maintaining Alaska residency;
- acted inconsistently with Alaska residency, such as claiming residency in another state or voting as a resident of another state;
- registered as a resident at an educational institution in another state; or
- received the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) scholarship, and paid tuition at WUE rates.
Proof of eligibility for the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend is the standard accepted documentation of residency. You'll also need to complete an Application for Resident Tuition Assessment. Other specific proof of residency, as outlined at the Alaska PDF site may be accepted.
- PFD proof of eligibility — Submit a copy of your most recent Form 1099 or go to check out the Alaska PDF site and click on "Check Application Status," follow the instructions, print the final page that shows "approved, paid, or eligible" and submit it with your UAF residency application.
Students graduating from a qualified Alaska high school within one year of enrollment and enrolling in a degree program will automatically be considered residents when they provide their high school transcript.
UA Board of Regents policy waives regular tuition for Alaska residents who are at least 65 years old.
- you are a permanent resident of Alaska,
- you are at least 65 years old
- there is space (i.e., no waitlist) in the class or classes you want to take.
Using the senior citizen tuition waiver:
- You must wait to register until the first day of instruction for that semester to use a senior citizen tuition waiver.
- You must meet both age and residency requirements on the first day of class.
- Reimbursements will not be made to senior citizens who pay for a course then request a waiver.
- Tuition waivers cover tuition only. Tuition surcharges are not covered.
- The applicant is responsible for paying all other fees by the payment deadline.
- Late fees and payment deadlines apply to those using tuition waivers.
- Waivers found to be ineligible will be reversed and the students will be responsible for payment of the waived tuition.
Please call 907-474-7384 for more information.
- Employee tuition waivers cover the cost of 16 credits per academic year (up to 8 credits per semester) for university employees.
- Employee tuition waivers require the employee's signature. A supervisor's signature is also required if the classes take place during the employee's work hours.
- Adjunct tuition waivers require the signature of the employee.
- There is no limit to the number of credits an employee's spouse and dependent children through age 23 may take.
- Dependent children must be under the age of 24 on the first day of instruction to be eligible.
- Dependent tuition waivers require the sponsoring employee's signature in addition to the dependent's signature.
- The dependent student is responsible for paying all other fees by the payment deadline.
- The employee must be in a benefit-eligible position on the first day of class.
- Tuition waivers cover tuition only. Tuition surcharges are not covered.
- Late fees and payment deadlines apply to those using tuition waivers.
- Waivers found to be ineligible will be reversed and the students will be responsible for payment of the waived tuition.
- Reimbursements will not be made to employees/dependents who pay for a course or courses and later become eligible for the waiver.
|Semester-length classes, including evening and weekend courses|
|Through Friday, Sept. 9 (fall semester); Friday, Jan. 27 (spring semester)||100% tuition and fees*|
|After Friday, Sept. 9 (fall semester); Friday, Jan. 27 (spring semester)||no refund|
|Courses meeting four weeks or more, but less than a semester|
|Drop within five business days of the first class||100% tuition and material/course/lab fees|
|Courses meeting less than four weeks and self-support classes, MAYmester|
|Last day to drop for a full refund is the first day of the class.|
|CEU (Continuing Education Unit) courses|
|100% refund of all charges if you withdraw by the first day of class.|
|Regular semester length evening and weekend courses beginning after Friday, Sept. 9 (fall semester); Friday, Jan. 27 (spring semester)|
|Drops must be processed the next business day for the refund policy to apply.|
- If an upper-level class is swapped for a lower-level class, the difference is refundable at 100% through the 100% tuition and fees refund period for that semester.
- If a lower-level class is swapped for an upper-level class, the student must pay the difference.
The consolidated fee, facilities, network, orientation, laboratory, material and miscellaneous fees are not refunded after the 100% refund deadline. Parking permits purchased and not received or purchased and returned by the fee payment deadline are refundable. Health insurance will be credited to your account if a total withdrawal takes place within the first 31 days of the insurance policy coverage. If you withdraw for medical reasons, you may appeal the reversal of your insurance enrollment with the Student Health and Counseling Center.
Appeals for a refund of tuition are exceptions to policy and are only allowed in exceptional cases. Approval is not automatic, and you need to provide documented evidence to support your request. Acceptable serious and compelling reasons may include:
- death in the immediate family;
- serious illness or injury of the student or immediate family; and
- factors outside students' control (for example, fire, flood).
Not receiving expected financial aid, or failing to comply with published deadlines or regulations are not serious and compelling reasons to seek a refund and will not be approved.
Appeals for a refund of tuition must be submitted within 30 class days after the beginning of the next regular semester. Forms for an appeal for a refund of tuition are available online, through the Bursar's Office in Signers' Hall at the Fairbanks campus, or through local campus student services offices. Once received, the appeal will be evaluated by a campus-wide committee, which will return a decision to the student. The decision of the committee is final, and a student who files a written appeal under these procedures shall be expected to abide by the final disposition of the review, as provided, and may not seek a further appeal of the matter under any other procedure within the university. Submission of appeals and appropriate documentation after published deadlines will not be considered. Contact the UAF Bursar's Office for more information.
In order for the committee to consider your appeal for a refund for a class, you must be fully withdrawn from the class. To withdraw from your class or classes, complete the Total Withdrawal or Late Withdrawal form (whichever is appropriate) and submit it to the Office of the Registrar. Forms can be found online or at the Office of the Registrar.
Financial aid will be disbursed to student accounts 10 business days prior to the first day of class for the semester and the Bursar's Office will begin processing refunds at that time. Submit an Advance of Funding form if you need your fund for books and supplies.
Refund processing is automatic for students who officially drop courses by published refund deadlines. Remember to return parking permits if you drop them during the 100% refund time.
All refunds are processed electronically or by mail. The Bursar's Office does not issue refund checks for amounts less than $10. It is your responsibility to check your account and contact the Bursar's Office to receive your refund as cash or to apply it to your PolarExpress card as a nonrefundable payment.
- If you paid tuition and fees by credit card only, the card will be credited up to the amount charged.
- If your tuition was paid through external sources such as financial aid, federal loans, scholarships, or grants, you will receive your refund as a check sent to your mailing address of record or direct-deposited in your bank account.
Once processed by the Bursar's Office, direct deposit takes three to five business days to disburse to your bank account.
- Your refund is subject to federal regulations. If you receive a refund due to dropped classes or a total withdrawal, you may no longer qualify to receive scholarships or financial aid. In that case, the funds may be returned to the lender or grantor pursuant to all applicable rules and regulations.
- If you paid by cash or check, a refund check will be sent to your mailing address of record, or direct-deposited in your bank account. If you notify the Bursar's Office that you have not received the check due to an incorrect address, a fee of $18.50 will be charged for all checks reissued due to a stop payment request by the student. Please be sure your current mailing address is on file.
- If you paid your tuition and fees by check, refund processing will begin after your check has cleared the bank.
Any balance owed to the university will be deducted from your refund.
Students who drop during the 100% refund period and want to maintain health insurance coverage should contact the Student Health and Counseling Center at 907-474-7043.
Enrolling in direct deposit allows your refunds to be electronically deposited into your bank account. It's simple, safe and convenient. Enrollment is available through our secure self-service website. Sign up for direct deposit of your refund through UAOnline by following these steps:
- At the "Student Services & Accounting Information" menu, select the "Direct Deposit Enrollment" link.
- Select "1st time setup of direct deposit".
- Select the account type.
- Enter the bank routing code.
- Enter account number.
- Re-enter account number.
- Select "Submit".
Many students receive some sort of financial aid from either the State of Alaska, federal government or institutional programs. The application process may take up to six weeks. The Financial Aid Office, located in 107 Eielson, has all the necessary applications.
Financial Aid Reminders
To be eligible for financial aid, you must:
- Be admitted to a UAF degree or certificate program and meet satisfactory academic progress standards.
- Be an undergraduate enrolled in 12 or more credits (or a graduate student enrolled in 9 or more graduate-level credits) if receiving full-time funding. Waitlisted and audit classes do not count toward determining your full-time student status.
- Complete online entrance counseling if receiving a Federal Direct Loan for the first time.
If your guaranteed financial aid or loans will not arrive before the last day to pay tuition and fees, you must arrange for a payment plan with the Bursar's Office.
Before the last day of fee payment, you must make arrangements to pay tuition and fees, including housing if you are living on campus. A payment plan can be arranged if disbursement of financial aid will be delayed past the payment deadline. You must pay tuition and fees by that time or late fees will apply. Contact the Bursar's Office if you are interested in setting up a payment plan.
To verify that financial aid has arrived at UAF and is available for disbursement:
BASIC STUDENT FEES
Some courses require special materials, supplies or services and require a material fee in addition to tuition. Check course listings to see if material fees are required for any of your classes.
Cost: $53 per credit- UAF, CTC, eCampus and Juneau Fisheries
The nonrefundable consolidated fee provides students access to various services that enhance their educational experience beyond the classroom and ensures the continuation and expansion of critical university wide services for all students. The consolidated fee paid by each student supports these specific services: student government, student health and counseling center, student recreation center, support for online and distance learning, student sustainability, student activities and services, libraries and digital resources, technology, and transportation and related infrastructure. The consolidated fee is mandatory and cannot be negotiated, waived or reduced.
Cost: $21 per credit- CRCD Campuses (Rural College, Bristol Bay, Interior, Kuskokwim, Northwest, and Chukchi)
The non-refundable consolidated fee provides students access to a variety of services that enhance their educational experience beyond the classroom and ensures the continuation and expansion of critical university-wide services for all students. CRCD campuses are assessed a reduced fee due to their proximity to the main campus but also receive access to UAF services via online and alternative methods. The consolidated fee paid by each student supports these specific services: telehealth and counseling, virtual recreation classes, streaming of sporting events, libraries and digital resources, and technology. The consolidated fee is mandatory and unable to be negotiated, waived, or reduced.
The Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks represent student views
and concerns to the university administration, board of regents, and Alaska Legislature.
The consolidated fee partially funds the publication of the UAF student newspaper,
the Sun Star; the student-managed ASUAF Concert Board; KSUA, the student radio station;
and other media. Other services provided through ASUAF include a free half-hour attorney
consultation, academic travel funding, subsidized student club activities, regular
free coffee service, and much more. Contact ASUAF at 907-474-7355 or visit the ASUAF website
Provides admission to all home athletic competitions and live streaming of Nanook
sporting events. Fee excludes post-season competitions. For further details regarding
event/ticket policies visit Alaska Nanooks website.
Funds go towards academic and advising support, online student resources, exam proctoring
services, technology upgrades, and enhancements to course delivery. For more information
visit the eCampus website.
Libraries and Digital Resources
Supports students by providing the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library services such as research assistance and instruction, online/digital resources, subscriptions
for databases and journals, and improvements to library materials/spaces (physical
and virtual) used by students.
Membership to the Student Recreation Center (SRC), Patty Ice, Patty Pool, and Outdoor Adventures including virtual recreation classes. The SRC is a comprehensive fitness facility with equipment, courts, track, group fitness, intramurals and a climbing wall. Patty Ice provides recreational ice skating sessions. Patty Pool provides lap swim sessions. Outdoor Adventures has discounted equipment rentals, trips and an outdoor rock/ice wall. Some extra programs have additional fees associated; consult DRAW staff for details. Anyone under the age of 18 using the SRC and its facilities must be accompanied by a parent or guardian whose minimum age is 21, unless he/she is a full-time UAF student. Call 907-474-5886 for more information.
Student Activities and Services
Supports Nanook traditions such as Starvation Gulch, Winter Carnival and SpringFest as well as student activities and student life programs that enhance the out-of-class experience of students and will provide ongoing operational and capital funding for programs. For more information visit the Student Acitivities website.
Student Health and Counseling Center
Basic medical and counseling services at the Student Health and Counseling Center on the Fairbanks campus including telehealth and counseling. See Student Health and Counseling website for more information.
You can contact the Student Health and Counseling Center at 907-474-7043.
Supports student-run sustainability programs. These include the Office of Sustainability, UAF Recycling, the Green Bikes Shop and rental program, the UAF FreeStore, the Upcycle Annex Repair Cafe and DIY Space, the Nanook Grown Student Gardener Training Program, and the Wood Center Food Pantry.
Supports student activities in the summer.
Supports technology initiatives including implementation of UAF's wireless network/access, delivering university-licensed software to all students, increasing the number of technology-enabled classrooms and computing spaces, and expanding and improving online and self-service environments.
Transportation and Related infrastructure
Covers a portion of the costs of operating shuttle buses that provide transportation throughout campus and to various university facilities off campus, street and lot maintenance, snow removal, lighting, and plug-ins.
Cost: $6 per credit.
Who pays: All undergraduate and graduate students, including those enrolled in eCampus or distance education courses.
What's covered: The UA facilities fee is assessed to all undergraduate and graduate students to address the capital reinvestment for university facilities and academic equipment. Capital reinvestment funds construction that modernizes university classrooms, laboratories, residence halls and other buildings so students have learning and living facilities that enhance the academic experience.
Cost: 4% of tuition.
Lower Division: $9-$10 per credit
Upper Division: $12 per credit
Graduate: $22 per credit
Non-resident rate: $32-$33 per Lower Division (000-200 level) credit
Non-resident rate: $35 per Upper Division (300-400 level) credit
Non-resident rate: $45 per Graduate credit
Who pays: All students.
What's covered: The UA network charge covers rapidly rising costs, especially in the maintenance and enhancement of the university-wide technology infrastructure. The 4% network charge is applied on a per credit hour basis (rounded to the nearest dollar) to tuition, nonresident surcharges if applicable, and fees in lieu of tuition for credit and non-credit courses. The minimum network charge per course is $9.
Cost: Fall 2022/spring 2023, single vehicle, $51 for 8 or fewer credits; $88 for 9 or more credits; $153 annual permit. With any of these permit options, for an additional $10, two or more vehicles (up to a total of four) may be registered for the multi-vehicle option. The hang tag allows one vehicle to be parked on campus at a time. (Campus residents may not purchase the multi-vehicle option. Employees are not eligible to purchase parking permits at student rates.)
Costs are based on the combined total credit hour enrollment at UAF, Community and Technical College, eCampus, or any class held at a UAF location where credit is given through another location.
Who pays: Students who choose to park a vehicle at any on or off-campus UA, UAF or Community and Technical College location are required to have a parking permit or permit displayed on the vehicle at all times, including evenings.
What's covered: Parking in permit-required and general use lots/spaces at any on or off-campus UA, UAF or Community and Technical College location in Fairbanks.
How to get your permit: Request your permit through UAF's online parking system. Select the type of parking permit(s) needed, your delivery option and payment method. You may instantly print a two-week temporary permit for use until your permit arrives in the mail or you pick it up. Permits can also be purchased and picked up at the Bursar's Office in Signers' Hall. Debit/credit card payments will no longer be accepted in-person or over the phone at the Office of the Bursar. You can pay with either cash or check or you can have the charge added to your Banner account. Please bring your current vehicle registration with you to ensure correct information for your file.
How to pay: Complete your permit purchase at UAF's online parking system. Payment options are all major credit cards or "student account," if you have added parking to your student account.
It is the responsibility of all students parking a vehicle on any UAF property (on or off campus) to know UAF parking regulations. For more information, call 907-474-7384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $40-$75 — $25 Late Fee
Who pays: Applicants to certificate and associate degree programs are charged $40; applicants to baccalaureate programs $50; applicants to graduate programs, $75. There is a $25 late fee charged for all baccalaureate and graduate program applications submitted after the published deadlines. For more information contact the Office of Admissions.
What's covered: Assessment and processing of prospective student applications.
Most first-year students are required to live on campus during their first year. For more information, visit the Admitted Student Housing Information page.
Fairbanks campus single-student housing
Cost: $355 due at time of application ($40 non-refundable application fee, $315 refundable
|Hall Name||Semesterly Double Room Rates||Semesterly Single Room Rates||Semesterly Super-Single Rates|
|Bartlett (Floors 2-7), Moore, McIntosh||$2,550 / semester||$3,060||$3,570|
|Bartlett 8th Floor||$2,601||$3,111||$3,621|
|Cutler Apartment Complex (100, 200, and 600 Blocks)||$3,060||$3,570||NA|
|Upgraded Cutler Apartment Complex (300, 400, and 500 Blocks)||$3,213||$3,723||NA|
|Wickersham (Offline due to Renovations)||$2,907||$3,417||$3,937|
For complete rate information, please go to the Residence Life website.
Fairbanks campus employees, family and graduate housing
Cost: $40 non-refundable processing fee.
- Shared, efficiency, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments: $853–$1,717 per month.
- Limited number of garages available with Stuart Hall one-bedroom apartments: $100 per month.
- One, two, and three bedroom homes with garage: $1,377–$1,821 per month.
- A $25 programming fee will be applied to your January and September rent.
Residence Life Programming Fee
Cost: $25 semester
Who pays: Residential students and employees.
What's covered: Fee revenues will be used to modernize the student experience by better serving university residents by providing sustainable funding for community councils and Residence Hall Association (RHA).
How to apply: Applications are available online. Room rent and meal plan fees, along with all other fees, are due in full by fee payment end. Information about Residence Life is available on their website. You may also contact them at 907-474-7247 or email@example.com.
Cost: $40 per credit hour.
Who pays: Students using the credit-by-exam option for earning UAF course credit.
What's covered: The fee pays for coordinating the exam or other evaluation requirements between student
and professor, grade recording and transcription.
Learn more at the Exam Services website.
Cost: $50 fee payment plus $10/credit hour for credits earned.
Who pays: Students using the credit for prior learning option to earn UAF course credits.
What's covered: The fee pays for the portfolio or license/certificate review by faculty. If credit is awarded, the fee per credit hour earned pays for grade recording and transcription. For more information visit the Student Resources page.
Who pays: Students given permission to add a full semester-length class after the last day to pay tuition and fees will be charged a late registration fee of $50 that must be paid within five business days. No late fee will be charged when:
- you add a late-start course during the regular registration period for that course.
- you are moved into a class for which you were waitlisted.
- you change from one section to a different section of the same course.
- you move from one level of the same subject to another (i.e. from MATH F251X to MATH F151X) when you have the instructor's permission for the class you are adding; the drop and add must be done on the same day.
This fee is refundable only if all classes for which you have registered are canceled. See Changing your Registration for the procedure for adding a class.
What's covered: Processing of late registration.
Cost: $125 for first; $175 for second; $50 per month for late payment plan payments.
Who pays: All students who have missed the fee payment deadline and have a balance of $300 or more. An additional $175 fee will be added to accounts which are not paid in full by the withdrawal deadline.
What's covered: Processing of late payments.
Who pays: All students living in residence halls and Cutler Apartments are required to purchase a meal plan, with the exception of graduate students. UAF also offers meal plans to commuter students, including residents of family housing and students living off campus.
How to purchase: Meal plans and Munch Money bundles may be purchased using the electronic MyHousing application. Please review your dining contract for more details. All prices are per semester.
Note: Dining locations are limited during UAF winter and spring breaks.
Cost: $150 for fall, covers all programs, except special Outdoor Adventures activities; $25 for one-day fall transfer student orientation, and $25 (plus $10 for each additional guest) for two day fall family orientation. $35 for spring orientation.
Who pays: Any new student may participate in UAF New Student Orientation on the Fairbanks campus. New Student Orientation is required for all first-year baccalaureate degree students (regardless of the number of college credits earned) and international students (undergraduate F-1 and international exchange J-1 visa status). Domestic transfer students are also encouraged to attend. Family members who choose to attend two-day family orientation and transfer students who choose to attend one day transfer orientation will be billed the respective fees outlined above.
What's covered: All materials, sessions, general entertainment and meals.
Cost: $75 per box per semester. Limited number of larger boxes available for additional cost. $30 for use of a small box for summer only.
Who pays: Students who wish to receive U.S. Postal Service, UPS, or FedEx mail on campus must rent a campus mail box in the Campus Mail Center on the lower level of Constitution Hall. Mail is delivered on campus to Campus Mail Center boxes only, not to residence addresses. The fee can be paid at UAOnline or at the Bursar's Office in Signers' Hall. Fees renew automatically each semester until the rental agreement is cancelled and keys are returned.
What's covered: Campus Mail Center box space, letter and package delivery, and mail forwarding services.
This includes USPS, FedEx and UPS mail.
Check out the Campus Mail Center
Who pays: If a check is returned for any reason, a hold will be placed on the student’s account, which will prevent the student from registering, viewing grades, participating in graduation activities and receiving transcripts until the account balance is paid in full.
What's covered: Processing of returned checks.
Cost: The cost for your textbooks and course materials will vary between $15 and $400 per course, depending on your instructor's preferred textbook or course material. You can expect to pay $250 to $1,100 per semester on textbooks, depending on your course load. You can look up pricing information at UA Bookstore or through your UAOnline account (Pick the Student Services tab -> Registration -> Add/Drop/Withdraw Classes -> scroll to the bottom of the page -> select Get Books).
Who pays: All students who need their required textbook or course materials.
What's covered: Textbooks, assigned readings, or other course materials assigned by instructors. Visit the UAF bookstore for more information.
NoLo Courses: Courses tagged as “No or Low Cost” in the schedule, also known as NoLo courses, do not require textbooks or materials in excess of $40. Visit the NoLo Information page for more information and a list of courses.