Student Resources

IAC is committed to the success of our students whether they are taking classes locally or via distance. 

Many of the services and resources available to help students become successful learners are linked on this page. We invite you to take advantage of the resources here to ensure you have a positive experience as a student at Interior Alaska Campus.

Student Handbook Registration Guide

Six Easy Steps to Become a Student

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Apply for a degree program or take a class for personal enrichment.

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 current skill level to ensure you register for the right courses.

Step 4: Talk to an Advisor

Our advisors are equipped to answer all of your questions.

Step 5: Register for Classes

Register as part of a degree program or take a class for personal enrichment.

Step 6: Pay for Classes

Choose from options to pay online or in-person--whichever you prefer works for us!



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 as you transition into your college experience.

You choose the delivery method you prefer--online and face-to-face orientation sessions are available!

The University of Alaska Fairbanks strives to make our orientation program accessible for all individuals. If you need accommodations to participate, please contact our office to request services.

Click here to Register for an Orientation Session

I Need a Writing Tutor. Do You?

Improve your communication (and your grade) by meeting with IAC's incredible writing tutor. Success begins here!

From personalized brainstorming sessions trying to find a topic for a paper to last looks at a nearly polished piece of writing, the writing tutor at IAC provides world-class assistance to IAC students at any stage of the writing process. 

Schedule an appointment during the fall and spring semesters by calling: 907-474-2709 or emailing:

Click Here to Find Tutoring

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