University of Alaska Fairbanks
United States of America
University of Alaska Fairbanks History
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is a public research university which is located in Alaska, US. This university includes the type like land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant institution. UAF was established in the year 1917 and classes were opened in 1922. The university originally name was Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines, it later became the University of Alaska in 1935.
University of Alaska FairbanksPrograms, Courses and Schools
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, it offers more than 190 undergraduate degree and 46 graduate degrees, and certificate programs available in more than 120 disciplines. The University also includes doctorate degrees, Licensures, and Post-baccalaureate licensure. The University has 9 academic schools and colleges it include College of Engineering and Mines (CEM), College of Liberal Arts (CLA), College of Natural Science and Mathematics (CNSM), College of Rural and Community Development (CRCD), Graduate School, School of Education, College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS), School of Management (SOM), School of Natural Resources and Extension (SNRE). The University has more than 546 academic staff including 2,465 administrative staff and has 7,406 undergraduate students and 930 postgraduate students.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Campuses
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, the main campus is located in the south of the polar circle, the Fairbanks campus' unique location favors Arctic and northern research. The University of Last Frontier depository of the North is additionally on the Fairbanks campus.
In addition to the Fairbanks campus, UAF encompasses six rural and concrete campuses: Bristol Bay field in Dillingham; Chukchi field in Kotzebue; the Fairbanks-based Interior Last Frontier campus,that serves the state's rural Interior; Kuskokwim field in Bethel; Northwest field in Nome; and therefore the UAF Community and Technical faculty, with headquarters in downtown Fairbanks. UAF is also the home of eLearning and Distance Education, an independent learning and distance delivery program.
University of Alaska FairbanksAchievements
The University of Alaska Fairbanks, research specialties area unit illustrious worldwide, most notably Arctic biology, Arctic engineering, geophysics, supercomputing, and Native Alaskan studies. As a research university, UAF offers students opportunities to participate in experimental and observational research and creative activities. The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity supports, develops, documents and institutionalizes UAF’s diverse and robust programs of undergraduate research and scholarly activity.
University of Alaska Fairbanks USP
The University of Alaska Fairbanks ranked 575 by Forbes in National University Ranking. The University also ranked 210 by Washington Monthly in National University Ranking. The University also ranked 301 out of 350 in Times by Global Ranking, it also ranked in ARWU 501 out of 600 by Global Ranking. The University has always been committed to its motto of “Naturally Inspiring”. The University enrolled those students who are no more than 4 credits per semester pay tuition at the resident rate.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Notable Alumni
Margaret Murie (Naturalist), Syun-IchiAkasofu (University professor), Bob Bartlett (Politician), Jay Hammond (Former Governor of Alaska), Brad Oleson (American-Spanish basketball player).
University of Alaska Fairbanks Programs
University of Alaska Fairbanks Application Requirements
University of Alaska Fairbanks Cost of studies
Undergraduate: USD 24,800
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Deadlines
Bachelors: Fall semester- March 1, Spring semester- September 1
Masters: Fall semester- March 1, Spring semester- September 1
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
University of Alaska Fairbanks Rankings
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