Resources for students
Student Support Services provides information about financial aid programs, benefits and resources for locating public and private scholarships, as well as connections to other opportunities for learning beyond the classroom.All UAF services and resources A-Z
Learning Resources (PDF)
UAF has a number of labs that provide academic assistance to students:
- Accounting Lab
- Chemistry Learning Center
- Engineering Lab
- Foreign Languages Lab
- Math and Statistics Lab
- Speaking Center
- Writing Center
CircleIn is where classmates gather to study in unity, share skills, attack really difficult problems, build better study habits and push each other to succeed.
Live homework help (via SLED)
Online homework help for Alaska students is available 1-9 p.m., seven days a week. Call 800-440-2919 to receive a password for access.
This resource provides online help for students in many different subject areas, including math, science and humanities.
Style guides for writing papers
VARK Questionnaire: How do I learn best?
The VARK Questionnaire helps you identify how you learn. Understanding your learning style can help you adjust your study strategies and gain other insight.
Center for Student Rights and ResponsibilitiesThe Center for Student Rights and Responsibilities provides support for academic integrity, grade and academic appeals, student conduct, required training and other administrative concerns.
Disability Services provides academic and classroom support for students who experience learning or physical disabilities, including accommodations and other resources.
Student Health and Counseling Center
The Student Health and Counseling Center is a general medical clinic offering health care, counseling, lab services and referrals for UAF students.
Title IX - Sex and Gender Equity
Title IX is a federal civil rights law prohibiting sex and gender-based discrimination in education. UAF’s Title IX Office provides options to report violations, along with policy and regulatory support.
- FAFSA opens Oct. 1 for the following academic year (e.g. 2022-2023 FAFSA opens Oct.
- FAFSA is due by Feb. 15 for UA Foundation and UAF scholarships.
- FAFSA is due by June 30 for Alaska Education Grant and Alaska Performance Scholarship recipients.
- Check your financial aid status
Visit the Financial Aid Office for more information.
General scholarship resources
- American Association of University Women
- Caleb Lumen Pungowiyi Scholars Program
- Doyon Foundation
- Financial aid deadlines and calendar
- Foundation scholarships
- Osher Re-Entry Scholarship
- SSS Emergency Scholarship*
- Scholarships at SallieMae.com
- Scholarships at collegeboard.org
- Scholarships at fastweb.com
- UAF scholarships
Other scholarships through the Financial Aid Office
*The purpose of this scholarship is to provide temporary financial relief for unexpected personal expenses or in emergency-type situations to current UAF Student Support Services program participants. Please consult your SSS advisor prior to applying.