Summer courses are an excellent way for high school students to begin a college career. This summer there are more than 50 UAF lower division courses that high school students can take with permission from the instructor.
For more information contact Admissions and Registration Services at (907) 474-7500 or SSLL at (907) 474-7021, toll free 866-404-7021.
Submit the completed form:
Admissions and the Registrar, Signer’s Hall First Floor
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., excluding holidays
UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning
PO Box 757540
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7540
FNSB high school students may be able to use University of Alaska Fairbanks course credits toward high school graduation. An Outside Credit Request Form is available at high school counseling offices. The approval for outside credit is given on a course-by-course basis and does not require admission to the university. This process must be completed with the school district prior to starting the university course.
The AHEAD program allows high school students to formally attend UAF while still holding concurrent enrollment with their high school. AHEAD students, therefore, earn both high school and university credit for UAF classes. Students must be admitted to the university and will receive personalized academic advising and priority registration. Students have the option of living on campus. Students must have completed 75% of their high school academic core curriculum with a 2.5 gpa to be eligible. For more information visit your high school counselor or contact the Office of Admissions at (907) 474-7500, email@example.com.
Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning is offering various youth programs this summer.
Culinary Arts Food Expereince (CAFE) - This camp is available to kids from ages 6 - 17 years. A great culinary adventure is in store for you.
Fairbanks 911 - This camp offers students age 13-15, the opportunity to spend a week exploring the many facets of today’s criminal justice and public safety systems.
Engaging Alaska Teens in Gardening (EATinG) - This is a unique experiential educational program developed by Calypso Farm and Ecology Center for youth ages 11-14 who are interested in learning how to grow their own food, gain valuable job readiness, teamwork and communication skills, and have fun!
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer and educational institution and is a part of the University
of Alaska system.
UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning • 216 Eielson Building • Fairbanks, AK 99775-7540
(907) 474-7021 • (866) 404-7021 toll free • (907) 474-5297 fax
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