UAF eCampus logo

We Go Where You Are

Choosing college is a big adventure! We have experts to guide you through questions about degrees, admissions, deadlines and more. 

Explore the Possibilities

All fields are required

Student Type:

UAF eCampus Program:

How would you like to take your classes?

When do you plan to start classes?

What to Expect as an Online Student

Being a part of University of Alaska (UAF) eCampus is more than taking college classes online. It’s an experience. With over 50 majors to choose from, you can take your career to the next level. Plus, studying with top faculty and researchers gives you unique learning opportunities in the Arctic and beyond. 



UAF’s costs are well below the national average and eCampus courses always qualify for the low in-state tuition rate. We can help you get an estimate of what your costs may be.


Full-Service Support

We have your back no matter where you are or what phase of life you’re in. UAF offers online students financial coaching, one-on-one advising catered to your goals, 24/7 tech support, and much more.



UAF is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Some online degrees have additional specialized accreditations, certifications and standards.

Fully online programs to fit your schedule and meet your career goals

Explore our online degree programs and begin a transformative educational journey without leaving your home.

Nicole's Top Tips

  • Want to find out more about costs? Take a look at our tuition! Estimated costs are also found on each program page.
  •  Want a preview of what classes are online? View our courses
  • Ready to apply? Find out more about admissions.

Still have questions or want to chat? Fill out the form above or contact Nicole!

Cassidy Kelley

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Mammalogist at Alaska SeaLife Center

I could not have become a marine mammal trainer without the Psychology department at UAF. Their support while I was a student and even afterward helped me achieve this dream!

Picture of Cassidy Kelley, a graduate of the UAF psychology department