Colleges in Alaska

Colleges in Alaska

Alaska is the north-most US state with temperatures varying from “arctic” to “mid-latitude oceanic” depending on the region. The colleges in Alaska are divided between 2-year and 4-year institutions, with the largest university in the The Last Frontier being the University of Alaska Anchorage. Popular industries in Alaska are oil and gas, which support nearly 80% of state revenue. While Alaska does have a high cost of living, it’s the only place in North America where the Aurora Borealis is visible from mid-September to mid-April.
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University of Alaska Fairbanks

Originally founded as the Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines, the University of Alaska Fairbanks is a public school and flagship campus of the U of A System. The oldest institution of higher-learning in the state, UAF is home to nine...

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I am a current student at UAF studying Chemistry Forensics. While I have only taken my general requirement classes, I feel that a majority of the classes are very well planned out and teach new information. Some of the classes are easy to pass with...

” – Rianna from Fairbanks, AK
University of Alaska Anchorage

The University of Alaska Anchorage is a public institution in the city of Anchorage. The campus is surrounded by lakes, ponds, and mountains, but has a trail system that  connects the university to midtown Anchorage. Top fields of study include...

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There are a number of great and outstanding Professors at UAA. You will come across some you do not like and some you love. It all depends on how you take it. However, you will certainly learn a lot from them.

” – Janelle from Mountain Village, AK
Alaska Pacific University

Alaska Pacific University is a small, private institution established in the city of Anchorage. APU’s scenic campuses consist of a main campus with 175 acres of wooded land, and a remote, 900-acre education center located on a private farm in the...

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Very open and largely discussion based courses

” – William from Anchorage, AK
University of Alaska Southeast

The University of Alaska Southeast is a part of the University of Alaska system, and a public institution that focuses on the sciences and humanities. The campus features the Anderson Science building, where students learn about marine transportation...

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The professor to student ratio is fantastic here! The most students I've ever had in a class was 22 so you really get a chance to know your professors. All of the professors I've had are extremely approachable and easy to get along with.

” – Hollis from Palmer, AK

With a campus nestled in a mountain range, Alaska Bible College is the state’s only 4-year accredited Bible-based institution of higher education. ABC offers five Bible-centered bachelor’s degree programs with concentrations in fields such as...

Alaska Christian College is a private, Christ-centered institution located in Soldotna. ACC offers four associate’s degree program options including Behavioral Health, General Studies, Christian Ministry, and Paraprofessional Education. Students at...

With a campus situated on the northernmost point of Alaska, Ilisagvik College is a 2-year tribal institution dedicated to serving the educational needs of the Iñupiaq people. Among Ilisagvik’s ten academic departments, the Iñupiaq Studies program...

The Alaska Vocational Technical Center (AVTEC) is a vocational training school in southern Alaska. With a mission of developing students’ skills for the workplace, AVTEC offers training programs in 16 technical fields of study. Utilizing its campus...

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