Applying for Admission: Occupational Endorsement Programs

When to Apply

Applications for admission to occupational endorsement programs are due no later than July 1 for fall semester, Nov. 1 for spring semester or May 1 for summer semester.

High school seniors are encouraged to apply for admission as early as the first semester of their senior year and should provide an official high school transcript including a list of courses in progress.

How to Apply

An application form is available at www.uaf.edu/admissions/pdf/undergrad_app.pdf. Application forms may also be requested from the Office of Admissions. Before an application can be reviewed, the Office of Admissions must receive:

Admission Requirements

For admission to occupational endorsement programs, official documentation must be provided showing that the applicant:

  1. is at least 18 years old, or
  2. has a high school diploma*, or
  3. has a General Educational Development (GED) diploma.

* To earn a high school diploma in Alaska, a student must fulfill all curriculum requirements and satisfactorily complete all three competency areas of the High School Qualifying Exam.

Program Completion

Students should check with an advisor for the specific requirements for their program.

Occupational endorsement programs are designed to give students occupational training in a specific field. These programs require between 9 and 29 credit hours and will be posted to the student's transcript upon completion and approval by the academic department. The credit hours may be applied to other undergraduate degree programs (when applicable).

Where to Get More Information

Office of Admissions
University of Alaska Fairbanks
215 Signers' Hall
P.O. Box 757480
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7480
E-mail: admissions@uaf.edu
Online: www.uaf.edu/admissions/
Telephone: 907-474-7500
Toll-free: 1-800-478-1823


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