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Students shall be free, individually and collectively, to express their views on issues of institutional policy and on matters of general interest to the student body. The student body shall have clearly defined means to participate in the formulation and application of institutional policy affecting academic and student affairs.

One of Student Government's primary responsibilities is to represent the Student Body. ASUAF does this in several ways. The President and his/her designates serve on various boards and committees throughout UAF. The ASUAF Senate can pass resolutions voicing student concerns and stating the student body's opinion. ASUAF conducts surveys and polls to find out what students are thinking. All of this is in an effort to make sure student's voices are heard and are part of the decision making process.

For more information visit ASUAF website 
Main line: (907) 474-7355
8:00AM - 5:00PM Monday through Friday.

Our mission is to create fun, unique, memorable experience for UAF students! We believe that some of the best communities are created through sharing experiences, and we want UAF to be a place where all feel that they belong, that they can build memories, and that they can grow. And of course - we want to do this through fun events and programs!

For more information visit SAO website.
Phone: 907-474-6029

The Nanook Diversity and Action Center (NDAC) provides a welcoming space, educational programming, and opportunities to transform social concerns into action. NDACs mission is to promote a community of inclusion, social justice, and cultural pluralism by providing educational programs that honor and support diverse and intersectional identities. To promote a campus free of violence, harassment, and abuse through the use of Green Dot and other prevention.

For more information visit NDAC website.

We provide tools, training, and support to UAF students, to assist them in becoming agents of positive change in their communities. Through leadership, volunteer experience and student involvement opportunities, the SLI program at UAF seeks to develop leadership in individuals, groups, and communities in order to foster a lifelong commitment to socially responsible leadership. Utilizing co-curricular and curricular settings, we promote student leadership identity development and encourage students to conceptualize their understanding of leadership beyond the traditional leadership model. We are a resource and clearinghouse for campus and community collaboration.

For more information visit SLI website. 

Students can work Student Assistant A, B, and C positions at UAF. Graduate students can hold graduate assistantships in either research or teaching. Depending upon the qualifications necessary, students may also work as temporary employees.

Virtually all departments on campus hire student employees. Student employees are vital in keeping the university running, and as an institution, we are pleased to be able to provide our students with opportunities to gain work experience in many different fields. Everything from clerical positions to working with your fellow students in the dorms to working alongside your professors in the field. Whatever your goals in your working life, we have the job opportunity for you!

For more information visit student employment website.