Welcome to #NanookNation!

We are so excited to have you join us during New Student Orientation. Don't know where your classes are? We've got you covered. Where's the food? Come with us, we'll show you! Can I work a student job or climb an ice wall or get funding for research? TOTALLY! 

New student orientation and parent and family orientation will return to normal, in-person activities and sessions, and we’re planning ways for the event to be as accessible for online students as possible.

 

Check out the Fall 2022 Schedule of Events
 
 
 

 

New student orientation

Attend UAF's New Student Orientation and connect with all of the programs, departments, people and opportunities that UAF has to offer to help you succeed as you transition into your college experience!

The University of Alaska Fairbanks strives to make our orientation program accessible for all individuals. If you, your family members or guests need accommodations to participate, please contact our office  at 907-474-6295 or ljelliott2@alaska.edu.

 
Requirement

All new students are strongly encouraged to attend New Student Orientation. It is REQUIRED for:

  • All new bachelor students registered for 12 or more credits (6 credits in-person), including transfer students with 30 credits or fewer and international undergraduate students (including F-1 and J-1 visa status).  

If you fall into a required category, you don't need to register.

Fees

A $150 New Student Orientation fee will be applied directly to your student account, which is settled during regular UAF fee payment at the start of the fall semester.

 

 

Need a ride?

Use the following link to reserve a shuttle from the Airport to UAF during New Student Orientation. Please feel out this request form no later than Wednesday, August 17th. 
 
Should your flight information change please reach out to our office via email at uaf-orientation@alaska.edu  or by phone at (907) -474-6295.

 


 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

Immunizations

Required immunizations for students living in campus housing

All newly admitted students living in campus housing must provide proof of the following immunizations, which can be uploaded to the Student Health and Counseling Center patient portal.

  • Meningococcal (MCV4) - administered after the age of 16
  • Tetanus (Tdap, TD) - administered in the last 10 years)
  • 2 Mumps, Measles, Rubella (MMR)
  • Tuberculosis Skin Test (TB) - required with initial move in

COVID-19 immunization

Currently, UAF will not require COVID-19 vaccinations for residential students starting in the Fall of 2022. However, UAF does currently require employees to be vaccinated, this includes faculty, staff and student employees. Please find the full information regarding UAF's Covid-19 policies here.

 

 

Contact New Student Orientation

Logan Elliott

Student Activities & Orientation Coordinator