Our Mission

    UAF's French program offers courses in French language, literature, and culture (French-speaking countries included) at all levels. Advanced classes are taught entirely in French with the goal of fluency for all students. Majors and minors are encouraged to go abroad.

      French Club
    • French Club 09-10

      French Club 09-10

    • French Club 10-11

      French Club 10-11

    • French Night 2010

      French Night 2010

    • French Night 2010

      French Night 2010

    • French Night 2010

      French Night 2010

    • French Show 2006

      French Show 2006

    • French Show 2006

      French Show 2006

    • French Show 2006

      French Show 2006

    • French Show 2006

      French Show 2006

    • French night 2002

      French night 2002

    French Club

    2012-13 French Club is underway, and meeting

    each monday

    7p.m.

    609 Gruening

    A group of students, professors, and others in the French/Francophone community will be meeting on Monday evenings at 7pm in the Language Lab, located at 609 Grueining Building.  All students or speakers of French are welcome!

    If you are interested in joining French Club or just want more information, contact the club advisor Yelena Matusevich at ymatusevich@alaska.edu or (907)474-5851.

    Stories from our Graduates

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    Our students

    A growing number of UAF students are choosing French as a double major due to the career advantages knowledge of French can offer. By the time our students graduate, they are usually fluent in French.

    The French Club meets each Monday evening at 7pm in the Language Lab. All students or speakers of French are welcome!

    Our Instructors

    Our Opportunities

    We strongly encourage all students to study in a French-speaking country like France, Switzerland, Canada, and many more!

    Attend schools in other parts of the world at UAF tuition. Your options include: International Student Exchange, work abroad, and National Student Exchange .

    For all of which financial aid and scholarships are available.

    Courses

    We offer beginning, intermediate, and advanced language courses. All of our upper division classes are taught in French, but don't worry, we work up to that. 

    To see a full listing of classes we offer, click here

    Our Graduates

    Adrian Raymond, Paris, France