Stability is the focus for interim University of Alaska President Pat Pitney. In a speech to the Anchorage Downtown Rotary Club, Pitney said, “If we can get stable financial footing from the state, we can repair the work with the students. We can get them back.”
A professor of education policy is the new Interim Director of UAA’s Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER).
APU is the first university in Alaska to implement this change in procedure. The decision continues the university’s mission to expand equity and access initiatives for all students.
Administrators say the Anchorage campus will be open to all faculty, staff, and students beginning August 2 in advance of August 23 classes.
The funds will allow the Alaska Tilth program to purchase Mat-Su farmers’ produce at fair market prices and in turn offer that produce to communities of need via the UAF Cooperative Extension’s SNAP-Ed Nutrition Education services.
UAS, UAF Sign Alaska Advantage Agreement, Providing Dual Enrollment Opportunities for Alaskan High School Students
UAS and UAF signed an agreement for Alaska Advantage, a program which provides high-quality online dual enrollment opportunities for Alaska’s high school students.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents voted to increase the amount undergraduate students pay for college tuition by 5 percent beginning in fall semester 2020 but directed the administration to invest $1.5 million of tuition revenue to financial aid for students at each university.
Students in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District will soon have the opportunity to complete their high school careers with up to two years of college credit, tuition-free.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks’ online bachelor’s degree programs have been ranked among the top 100 by US News & World Report.
Senior geotechnical engineer at PND Engineers gives back to alma mater, becomes a board member of the UAF College of Engineering and Mines Advisory and Development Council.