Registrar - University of Alaska Fairbanks
The Registrar's Office is currently closed to walk-in traffic, but is still helping students via email, and phone. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 907-474-6300. We can most quickly and efficiently answer your questions and solve problems by email. Please email your question or concern, including your student ID, to email@example.com. If that isn't possible, please leave a message including the spelling of your name or your ID number, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Visit the UA Student FAQs on the UA coronavirus information website for answers to questions about classes.
- Visit the UAF Faculty FAQs on the UA coronavirus information website for answers to faculty questions.
- Visit the UA coronavirus information website to learn how the University of Alaska is responding to the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 situation and find links to FAQs, communications, policy guidance and resources.
Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at UAF. We are here to help you register for classes, find information about college enrollment and sort out your class schedules and academic records. Let’s get started.
Before You Register
Before you start, take a quick look at where you are in the enrollment process and determine any steps you need to take before you register for college. We have step-by-step information and requirements for undergraduate degree students, graduate students and non-degree seeking students.
Register for Classes: Admitted Students
Already admitted to UAF? You can register for classes, manage financial aid and other college enrollment activities at UAOnline.
If you’re a newly admitted student, you’ll first need to meet with your academic advisor,
who will then open your registration.
Just Take a Class: Non-Degree Seeking Students
You can just take a class without applying to a degree program or seeking financial aid. If you’re an undergraduate student, any courses you take can still count towards a degree later. Graduate students can apply up to 9 credits of non-degree seeking coursework toward a graduate degree program.