For fall and spring semesters, UAA follows a staggered priority registration schedule based on student class standing.Class standing is determined by total completed and in-progress UAA credits.UAS or UAF credits count toward UAA priority registration only upon transfer to UAA.To check class standing, log in to UAOnline, go to the Students Services and Account Information tab and click on the "Check Your Registration Eligibility" link in the Registration menu. on the priority registration day for each student type.Advisors may also be indicated in Degree Works which is available through UAOnline.Find out specific information about placing into writing, math or statistics classes. This schedule is the most up to date and complete class information available.To use this form, log in with your UAA username (not your UA ID number) and UAA password (your UAA e-mail/Blackboard password): Fill out the Student Initiated Drop Form If you do not leave this page after trying to log in, the combination of username and password that you entered were not recognized. In order to view PDF files on your computer, you must have a PDF reader program installed.
The university reserves the right to change or cancel classes; to change the fees, rules and calendar for admissions, registration, instruction and graduation; and to change other regulations affecting the student body at any time.See detailed information about tuition and fees for each semester. Student can take advantage of Schedule Planner - an online tool similar to a shopping cart where students may add classes to their cart, block out non-class times and select available schedules.Schedule Planner is available the day the semester schedule goes live.All online registration is completed through UAOnline.The UAOnline site is used to access student records, registration activity and other account information. All current and former students of the University of Alaska system have a UAOnline account.
The goal of academic advising is to assist students in developing educational plans consistent with career and life goals and to provide students with the information and skills needed to pursue those goals.