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There are a wide variety of services for UAF students to achieve success in their education.  Whether you are a traditional student on main campus, a rural student at a remote campus or a non-traditional student at CTC, the services below are for you.  

Librarians and library staff assist students in using library resources and can give guidance on how to best locate research and information resources both in the library and beyond, regardless of format. As always, seeking out help and assistance from reference staff early in the research process can save many hours of frustrating work.

Contact the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library at UAF reference desk for help with research.
UAF Campus
907-474-7481

eCampus helps students with registration and course schedules, provides information about lessons and student records, assists with the examination process, and answers general questions. Our Academic Advisor can help students communicate with instructors, locate helpful resources, and maximize their distance learning experience.

Contact the UAF eCampus Student Services  at 907-455-2060 (toll free 1-800-277-8060) or contact staff directly.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) at the University of Alaska is a unique organization in that it provides services to students and employees system-wide. We provide local services to the University of Alaska Fairbanks and state-wide employees. OIT’s network infrastructure connects the three university campuses and thirteen community campuses to instructional technologies, administrative computing, voice and data services as well as the internet.

UAF Bunnell Building - Room 231
907-450-8300 (in the Fairbanks area)
1-800-478-8226 (outside of Fairbanks)
email: helpdesk@alaska.edu

The UAF Student Health and Counseling Center promotes the well-being of our students. We assist students in acquiring the knowledge, skills and behaviors necessary to recover, build and maintain healthy, balanced lifestyles. Our mission also includes fostering a healthy campus environment through prevention and outreach activities.

The UAF Student Health and Counseling Center offers after-hours counseling services for students who need immediate mental health care.  The Center has employed a counseling service that has professional counselors on staff available to serve our students when we are closed which is evenings, weekends, and during university holidays.  

To access the service, the student just needs to call our Center’s phone number, 474-7043 and follow the instructions for connecting to the service. For Rural Students, see instructions on how to access after hours services.

UAF Whitaker 2nd floor
907-474-7043
uaf-sh-cc@alaska.edu

 

At UAF Disability Services, our goal is to provide UAF students with access to academic classes and course materials through an interactive accommodation process. UAF Disability Services provides accommodations to students on the Fairbanks campus as well as on the Bristol Bay, Chukchi, Interior Alaska, Kuskokwim, Northwest, Community and Technical College (CTC), UAF eCampus, and College of Rural and Community Development (CRCD) campuses. Disability Services implements the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and ensures that UAF students have equal access to the campus and course materials.

UAF 208 Whitaker Building
907-474-5655
uaf-disabilityservices@alaska.edu

UAF is committed to all veterans and military students—active duty, reserve, guard, separated and retired—as well as their dependents who are exploring UAF's academic opportunities.  Staff members in Financial Aid, Admissions, Career Services, Veterans' Services and the Veterans’ Resource Center are here to help you with any challenges you encounter while working while in or transitioning from a military to an academic environment. 
Learn more at 
 Veterans' Services website.

UAF 111 Eielson
907-474-2475

Responding to student needs by providing quality services to Native and rural students who expend positive effort in the pursuit of higher education and its opportunities.
Learn more at  Student support services website.

UAF 1st Floor Brooks Building
907-474-1871

Located in 514 Gruening Building, provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with college requirements, and serves to motivate students towards successful completion of their degree program.

Students have access to services if they meet any of the three eligibility requirements:
a) limited income, b) documented disability, or c) first generation college student. Students receive intensive advising, one-one-one tutoring, technology checkouts, free printing and copying, computer lab space, and many other services.

Learn more at Student Support Services (SSS)  
contact SSS directly at (907) 474-6844.

If you need help jump starting your vehicle, or if you lock your keys in your vehicle while at UAF/CTC locations, please call at 907-474-5053. 
A Parking Attendant will be dispatched to assist you. This complimentary service is available during our regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. You will be asked to show photo ID and sign a liability release form.

Fairbanks Campus

The Academic Advising Center provides advising for general studies, pre-majors, AHEAD and non-degree seeking students. In the Academic Advising Center the staff and specially-trained faculty academic advisors advise these students. Our office also serves as a resource for information and training to the academic advising community.

UAF 510 Gruening Building
907-474-6396 or toll-free at 888-823-8780
uaf-advising@alaska.edu

Rural Campuses

Rural Student Services is here to offer academic advising with over 45 years of experience by explaining academic requirements, registering for classes, exploring degree & career options, and informing you of university resources! Our advisors are here to provide you with thorough and comprehensive advising.

(888) 478-1452
UAF-RSS@alaska.edu

Community & Technical College

The UAF CTC’s Advising Center provides advising for associate of arts and non-degree students, as well as those in the process of deciding upon a program of study. Advising for degree students is provided by program advisors with detailed knowledge of the student’s degree program. Military students and their dependents can receive specialized advising from our Northern Military Program advisors. Career advising is also available through our advising center.

604 Barnette Street, Fairbanks
907-455-2800 or 877-882-8827 (toll-free)
UAF-CTC@alaska.edu

The Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities Office supports student-centered programs and services designed to assist students in achieving their personal, academic and career goals. The office provides assistance to students, staff and faculty regarding conduct, grade appeals, administrative withdraws, safety/security concerns, as well as handling Student Employee Waivers, and more.

UAF 110 Eielson
907-474-7900
uafstudentrights@alaska.edu

The Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, or ASUAF, is YOUR Student Government. The function of ASUAF is to represent and act on behalf of the students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. ASUAF provides services, student body representation and student advocacy.

UAF Wood Center
(907) 474-7355
asuaf.office@alaska.edu