UAF is here for you too.
The college decision is an important one, and we realize that parents need to have just as much information about an institution as their son or daughter.
We look forward to helping your student achieve their academic goals and explore the possibilities of the Last Frontier — where inspiration is around every bend, independence is championed, and adventure is inevitable.
Check out what's going on through UAF Admissions and how you and your family can get to know UAF better.
Wondering when your son or daughter will be home for the holiday break? Holidays and dorm closings can be found on the UAF events calendar or at the academic calendar.
Parent and Family Orientation is encouraged for parents and other family members. Attending is a great way for family members to take part in their student's collegiate experience.
UAF's residence halls are some of the best in the state, and they are the only residence halls in the nation that boast a view of the Alaska Range and Denali, the highest peak in North America.
UAF offers many different dining locations for Fairbanks residential and commuter students. Wood Center's Dine 49 facility has several types of fare, including Mongolian grill, homestyle meals, deli sandwiches and wraps, pizza and pasta, and a salad bar. At Arctic Java students enjoy late-evening service and special events and programs on the coffee house stage. Other retail options available at Wood Center are sushi and favorites off the grill.
The mission of the UAF Student Health and Counseling Center is to help all UAF students stay healthy, grow and develop personally and do as well as they can in their university studies. Health and Counseling offers multiple services right on campus including medical care and counseling with the student insurance plan.
UAF boasts an extremely safe campus with our own police force right next door to the UAF residence halls. For more information about safety, crime statistics and the campus police visit the UAF Police website. The UAF police force offers several safety services including police escorts, and Parking Services offers vehicle jumpstarts.
If you have concerns about your child's safety, please contact the Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities at 907-474-7317.