Students on a campus tour

Inside Out

Dates: March 9, 2018; June 22, 2018
Time: Check-in begins at 8 a.m. The event ends at 4 p.m.
Check-in: Wood Center

Ask questions, get answers and experience life at UAF. We'll turn the university inside out so you can get the real story on financial aid, the admission process, classes and professors at UAF, extracurricular fun, and our outstanding academic programs.


This is a sample of what Inside Out might look like.

Times Sessions Locations
This is a sample of what Inside Out might look like.

8-9 a.m.

Check-In and Donuts With Deans
Check in for Inside Out and chat up the deans of UAF's schools and colleges.

Wood Center mall and multilevel lounge

9-10:15 a.m.

Inspiration starts here. Get the details of your day and get a taste of what it's like to be a part of Nanook Nation

Davis Concert Hall

10:30-11:30 a.m.

Academic Presentations
A UAF degree offers the ultimate opportunity: a chance to make a living doing what you love. Learn from our faculty and staff how UAF can help you find your path. Not sure what you want to study? Choose a session that sounds interesting or attend the presentation specifically for undecided students.

Alaska Native Studies and Rural Development
Improve the quality of life in Alaska's indigenous and rural communities through preparation for management and leadership positions in village governments, corporations, organizations and government agencies.

Business and Management
Innovation in teaching, discovery and service prepares students for professional success in the fields of accounting, business administration, economics and emergency management.

Career and Technical Education
Associate's, certificate, and occupational endorsement programs prepare students for the workforce in public safety, technical and trade fields, and the healthcare industry.

Prepare for a career in K-12 education while developing a deep understanding of the cultural, environmental and emotional context of education in Alaska's diverse communities.

Engineering and Mining
Engineers invent, design or improve machines, structures and systems we use every day. Help build a better world through civil and environmental, computer science, electrical and computer, mechanical, mining and geological, and petroleum engineering.

Liberal Arts -- Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages, and the Arts
The liberal arts explore the human experience by studying arts, humanities, social sciences, human behavior and languages so that we can better understand and interpret the world and our place in it.

Marine Biology, Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Healthy communities, cultures and economies depend on healthy oceans and waterways. You can help protect and promote this vital resource through fisheries, marine biology or oceanography.

Natural Resources, Environmental Science and Sustainability
Implementing sustainable natural resources decisions in contemporary society requires an interdisciplinary approach to facilitate the wise management of renewable resources. Help protect and manage our natural resources by examining the interrelatedness of our society and environment.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Studying natural sciences opens a world of career possibilities. Explore geosciences, forensic chemistry, physics, space science, biomedicine, wildlife conservation or mathematics, to name just a few.

General Studies -- Undecided and Undeclared
Unsure what you want to study? Not ready to declare a major? Learn how you can explore academic and career interests

Various classrooms

11:30 a.m-2 p.m.

Lunch and Concurrent Sessions:
Grab a bite to eat in the Wood Center and choose from a selection of information sessions:

  • Admissions
  • Financial Aid
  • Pre-Professional Programs
  • Study Away Opportunities
  • Honors, URSA and BLaST
  • Residence Life Open House
  • Rural Student Services Open House
  • Commuter Connections
  • Campus Life Open House
  • Campus tour
Wood Center Dine Forty-Nine

2:15-3:15 p.m.

Transitioning to College
Our panels of experts will share their tips and tricks for making a successful transition to college.

Wood Center

3:15-4 p.m.

Chat with admissions counselors and ask any final questions as you conclude your day on campus.

Wood Center multilevel lounge

On-campus accommodations available for Inside Out

On-campus guest housing for Inside Out is available at a cost of $65 per night. Linens and towels are included. Please contact Kate Avery, Marketing and Conference Services Manager in the Department of Residence Life at or 907-474-5846 to arrange your stay. Reservations must be made at least one week in advance.

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