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Advising and Student Success

Your success is our priority.

As a student at Kuskokwim Campus, you have an entire team supporting you through your education journey, from registration to financial aid to wellbeing. Reach out today to say hello - we can't wait to meet you.

 
 

 

Talk to an advisor

New students start here!

The Advising Center at the Kuskokwim Campus provides admission, registration, academic and career advising and many more services to students taking classes via distance from their home community or on campus in Bethel.

All students are encouraged to speak to an academic advisor or UAF admissions counselor prior to applying for admission. All degree-seeking students must speak with an advisor each semester before registering for classes online

Jessica Glore

Jessica Glore

Student Services Manager

Room 105D

Danny Nelson

Danny Nelson

Academic Advisor

Room 105D

Haley Hanson

Haley Hanson

Health Careers Advisor

Kuskokwim Campus

Position Vacant

Position Vacant

Academic and Career Advisor


Easy Steps to Become a Student

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Apply for a program or just take a class.

Step 2: Apply for Financial Aid

UAF offers financial aid options, including scholarships, grants, loans and Work-Study.

Step 3: Take Placement Tests

Placements measure your current skill level to help make sure you register for the right course.

Step 4: Talk to an Advisor

Our accessible advisors are equipped to answer all of the important questions you have.

Step 5: Register for Classes

Register as part of a program or just take a class.

Step 6: Pay for Classes

Choose from options to pay online or in-person.


Attending Class

One of the most important pieces of student success is attending class. Showing up and being prepared will set you up to get the most out of the student experience.

Let your instructor know if you plan to miss a class or if you have difficulty accessing your class. Students who stop attending must withdraw through their local campus. Failure to withdraw will cause a failing (or no basis) grade.

If you register for courses, the university holds you financially responsible for that registration. If you do not attend, you must drop your courses within the 100% refund period to avoid assessment of tuition and fees.

Questions?

Contact Student Services at 907.543.4500
or Toll-Free 1-800-478-5822