Future Students

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Getting started

907-842-5109
1-800-478-5109
uaf-bbcinfo@alaska.edu

Go to Admission Login

  1. Login or select New User
  2. Follow the on-screen directions

Helpful Hints:

  • Please select Bristol Bay Campus as your campus
  • Your application can be saved and returned to at your convenience
  • Do not submit more than one application unless you are requesting more than one degree
  • Your Social Security Number and Credit Card number will be requested

Have questions or need help, call the campus at 907-842-5109, or 1-800-478-5109

Send official transcripts from High School and Other Colleges/Universities to:
Office of Admission and the Registrar
PO Box 757480
Fairbanks, AK 99775
907-474-7500

Before your eligibility for any kind of financial aid can be determined, you must first fill and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Please use school code 001063.

FAFSA application deadline is June 30.

Once your FAFSA has been processed, your name will be┬╗submitted to the grants for which you are eligible. Grants are an excellent option since they do not need to be repaid.

Try Googling grants to find additional opportunities.

Some popular grant sources for our students include:

Educational loans generally have long-term repayment schedules, offer low-interest rates, and often allow deferring payments.

To learn more about loans visit UAF Loans page.

 

You will need to know your UA Username and Password.

UA math placement test (ALEKS test)

This test is proctored at the Bristol Bay Campus and many other locations. Call 907-842-5109 to schedule a test.

UAS and UAA use both the English and Math tests.

After testing, contact your advisor and they will help you register for the appropriate classes. Call the Bristol Bay Campus, 907-842-5109 if you do not know who your advisor is. These test results may be required for some Financial Aid applications.

  1. Ensure that your admission file is complete on UAOnline
  2. Check FAFSA Application (1-800-433-3243)
  3. Check your UA Webmail often. If you forget your login or password use ELMO to reset.

Congratulations, and welcome!

Next steps are on the Current Students page.

Go to: Easy Login Maintenance Option (ELMO).

This site will:

  • Ask you several security questions
  • Find your UA username and student id
  • Allow you to create/change your password

Note: This username/password will be for UA Mail, Blackboard, and Blackboard Collaborate.

Go to: UA Mail.

Sign in with your username and password.

Note: This email is the source of communication from the University, Instructors, and Advisors.

Blackboard Collaborate enables meetings and classes to be held online using a computer or smartphone.

We suggest viewing these short videos First Time Users and Collaborate Video Tutorial.

The instructor has not yet allowed student access.

Registered students will not see a course in Blackboard until the instructor makes the courses available.

  • Log in to UAOnline
  • Select Student Services & Account Information
    • Registration
    • Week at a Glance or Student Detail Schedule

You will use your schedule to search for your course textbooks and materials
What you will need to know:

  • CRN - Course Registration Number - Example: 39574
  • Subj - Examples: ENG, MATH, ENVI
  • Crse - Course
    • Courses starting with an "F" are offered through UAF
    • Courses starting with an "A" are offered through UA
    • Courses starting with an "S" are offered through UAS
  • Sec - Example: BD1
  • Campus - Example: UAF-Bristol Bay Campus
  • Log in to UAOnline
  • Select Student Services & Account Information
  • Select Student Account
  • Select Account Detail for Term (Semester)/Pay Term Balance

NOTE: View holds on your account under Student Account

  • Log in to UAOnline
  • Select Student Services & Account Information
    • Student Records
    • Academic Transcript - Unofficial
  • or, Select Student Services & Account Information
    • Official Transcript Request Service

DegreeWorks is a road map of your degree program - a checklist of your accomplishments toward your degree. Try the " What IF" scenario to consider progress in a degree or other degrees.

  • Log in to UAOnline
  • Select Student Services & Account Information
    • DegreeWorks and Electronic Degree Audit
    • UAF DegreeWorks

Students are individually responsible for meeting all academic regulations and degree/certificate requirements. Students must submit an Application for Graduation during, or before, the semester they intend to graduate. See deadlines.

Application for Graduation (online)
Requires UAF login. Use Firefox or other non-Microsoft browsers for best results.

There is a $50 fee associated with each application

Late applications are accepted up to one month after initial deadline with an additional $30 late fee.

Applications will be canceled for all students who are unable to meet their graduation requirements by the end of the semester. Students must reapply for graduation for the semester they intend to graduate.

If all graduation requirements are completed by the end of the semester, the certificate/degree will be awarded within six weeks after final grades have posted. Diplomas will be sent out approximately six weeks after the end of the semester.

Once your degree is posted you can view it on your unofficial transcript on UAOnline.