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Who can register online?

Students who are enrolling in School of Education courses: COUN, ED EDSC, EDSE by distance education (audio conference) must register through UA Online.

Web registration dates - November 12, 2012 - January 16, 2013

Web registration and fee payment closes at 11:59p.m. Wednesday, January 16th, 2013. Tuition and fees can be paid immediately upon registration, but no later than January 16th, 2013 to avoid late fees. Web registration permits students to register for classes and to add or drop courses at your own convenience.

Registration / fee payment at UA Online or in person
November 12 - January 16, 2013 Open for all currently enrolled students
November 19- January 16, 2013 Open for non-degree students

Payment due deadlines

Semester tuition and fees - Due January 16, 2013
Late add/late registration - Due within 5 business days of adding the class
Wait listed courses - Due within 5 business days of getting into class
Late start classes added after fee payment deadline - Due by first day of class
One day/shortened - Due by first day of class
Early Start - Due by first day of class
Employee tuition waivers - Due by January 16, 2013
Senior citizen tuition waivers - Due on day of enrollment (cannot enroll before the first day of class)
Audit classes - Due by January 16, 2012 -- all tuition/fees apply
International taxes - Due within 30 days of notification
Financial aid repayment - Due within 5 business days of aid being reversed if a balance remains

How to Register / Add / Drop Classes for Distance Students

Before you start...

If you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student, contact your academic adviser to discuss your schedule of classes.
Once you have decided on your schedule of classes, send an email to your adviser giving permission to sign your Registration Form. Your adviser will activate (“pin”) your student account for web registration.

The next step...

If you are a degree-seeking undergraduate student go to UA Online and complete the course information on the Registration Form by clicking Student Services, Financial aid & Account Information--> Registration--> Select Term (select the current registration term and click on the Submit button)--> Check Your Registration Eligibility. NOTE: Students taking course by distance delivery will select FM sections—these sections are delivered via audio conference.

Don’t forget this step...

Although your adviser will sign your registration form and activate your UA Online student account, that does not mean that you are registered. You must go to the web and register for classes to complete the registration process on UA Online .

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find out more about my financial aid?
See the Financial Aid website or log in to UA Online.

What if I want to change my schedule after I talk to my advisor?
You can use the UA Online system to switch class times around. Be cautious of dropping a class before checking to see if the one you want to add is full. You are not required to see an adviser to change your schedule, but if you have questions, or if you are changing to new courses (not simply rearranging the same ones) you are encouraged to discuss your new course plan with someone who can verify that you are taking courses that will be useful toward your degree.

How do I drop or add a class after I am registered?
Prior to the start of the semester or within the first week of classes, you can add or drop classes using UA Online. You do not need to see an adviser again, but you are welcome to discuss your plans with an academic adviser, and are encouraged to consult with someone to make sure that the class you want to add is still available. After the first full week of classes, you need to have adviser approval to drop or withdraw from a course. They will check to make sure dropping the class will not have an effect on your financial aid, housing, or graduation date. To add a class after the first full week, you will need to get written permission from the instructor before you will be allowed to add. You may also have to pay a late fee for a class added late.

Click here or at the menu to the left to see the current classes offered for rural registration.

School of Education Rural Adviser:
Phyllis Turnquist
1-866-474-5740
pdturnquist@alaska.edu