The Interior Alaska Campus in Fairbanks serves 46 communities and villages in the Doyon and Tanana Chiefs regions throughout the interior of Alaska, an area about the size of France. The Interior Alaska Campus is the most decentralized of the UAF campuses. Although the director’s office and some faculty are located in Fairbanks, there are Interior Alaska Campus staff in Anchorage, Fort Yukon, Kenai Peninsula and Tok.
Courses are offered online and by audio conference, on site by local or visiting instructors, and via intensive sessions in Fairbanks and Anchorage. The campus offers a range of degree programs, including occupational endorsements, certificates, and Associate of Arts and Associate of Applied Science degrees. English tutors are available for all students taking courses through the campus.
Click on the images to visit the campus page for each region.