Giving to UAF
Giving to the Student Support FundThank you for being a caring member of the UAF family. We understand you have other priorities right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are interested and are able to help UAF students at this time, the best way is through our Student Support Fund.
The UAF Student Support Fund is designed to help students facing unexpected costs and short-term emergencies, such as the sudden loss of a part-time job. Now more than ever, our students are requesting help due to housing displacement, the loss of a job, food insecurity and technology needs. If you are thinking of how best to support UAF students, please consider giving to the Student Support Fund.
Welcome to University of Alaska Fairbanks Development and Alumni Relations. We are here to help you with any questions you have about giving to UAF, current campaign initiatives, fundraising events, joining the UAF Alumni Association and more.
Thank you for your support!
Give to University of Alaska Fairbanks
Support UAF by making a gift online, by mail, phone, or a variety of other methods. Gifts from alumni and friends shape the campus landscape and inspire our students and faculty. The University of Alaska Fairbanks changes lives, and you make it happen! Give to UAF today!
Your gift has an impact
Thank you to our generous donors - past, present and future. Your gift to UAF is essential to provide an extraordinary education by strengthening programs and projects, supporting new initiatives, and enhancing classrooms, laboratories, libraries and recreational spaces, funding scholarships and fellowships and more.
Where to give
We respect that giving is a personal decision. We each have our own reasons for supporting
UAF, and we encourage donors to consider ways of giving that best match the impact
they want to have.
Each year, several events are sponsored by the Development Office to celebrate the
generosity of those who choose to include UAF in their giving priorities.
Aurora magazine: Winter 2021
Read about a bowhead whale skeleton taking shape at the UA Museum of the North, beavers changing the Arctic landscape, and much more in the winter 2021 Aurora.