It's never too early to start thinking about the steps you'll need to complete to register for classes. Once you have finished your admissions application and received your letter of acceptance you will need to complete the follow steps:
- Academic advising
Academic advising is crucial to your educational success and required for all students prior to registration each semester.
- Declared majors: set up an appointment with your academic advisor.
- Undeclared majors, pre-majors, or students in need of general advising: make an appointment with the Academic Advising Center.
- Certificates, occupational endorsements, or associate degree students: contact UAF's Community and Technical College.
- Rural students:
Attending the UAF main campus: contact Rural Student Services.
Attending a Rural campus: Contact your campus advisor:
- Bristol Bay Campus, Dillingham 800-478-5109
- Chukchi Campus, Kotzebue 800-478-3402
- Interior-Aleutians Campus, Fairbanks 888-474-5207
- Kuskokwim Campus, Bethel 800-478-5822
- Northwest Campus, Nome 800-478-2202
- Find your classes
Use the Course Finder to look up courses, or visit the computer kiosks specifically for registration in the lobby on the ground floor of Signers' Hall.
- Register early
- View the current dates and deadlines for class registration.
- Visit the registration guide (Fairbanks students) or review the quick guide to registration (PDF) for directions. If you are attending a rural campus, visit the College of Rural and Community Development's class schedule.
- Watch a video on how to register using UAOnline.
- Register and pay for classes online at uaonline.alaska.edu.
Don't forget to complete these other to-do items before you arrive:
Financial aid: Make sure to fill out the FAFSA and connect with the Financial Aid office.
Health inventory and immunization record (PDF): Required of all new students before move-in.
New Student Orientation: Required for most new students. You can even register online.
Read through the entire Trail Guide (PDF) for more information about each of the to-do items above and other things you can do to prepare for your arrival at UAF!
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This program will help you be successful, feel at home on campus and learn about the whole range of academic opportunities available at UAF.
This comprehensive program is for all first year residential students under 20 years of age.
Academic Advising Center
Now that you've been admitted, it's time to talk with an advisor.