Student Life

Students in a line to enter Campus Kickoff 2021 in the Alaska Airlines Center with banner that says "Engage"

Upcoming Events

 

Benjamin Brown and other students watch as Seawolves Hockey returns to the ice for the first time in 2 1/2 years after the program was eliminated by the UA Board of Regents in 2020 and then reinstated after raising $3 million.

Campus Involvement

Participate and lead on campus. With over 100 clubs, six Greek organizations, volunteer opportunities and student government, your passion can move the university forward.

How to Get Involved

鶹Ƶɰ汾 has plenty of clubs and organizations to choose from. You can also find other ways to engage by becoming a student leader, getting a campus job or joining student government.

 

Brian Tang, Maezelle Tacas, and Lawrence Giron check out the Multicultural Student Services table with Student Success Coordinator Leo Medal at 鶹Ƶɰ汾's Fall 2021 Campus Kickoff outside the Alaska Airlines Center.

International and Cultural Engagement

Engage with the departments that support and further cultural engagement around campus.

鶹Ƶɰ汾's Spirit gets his COVID-19 vaccination at the Student Health and Counseling Center in Rasmuson Hall.

Student Services and Advocacy

Need an advocate or support? 鶹Ƶɰ汾 offers many services to empower you and provide the help you need.

鶹Ƶɰ汾 Alaska Airlines Scholar-Athletes Daryl Bushnell, from Seawolves Track and Field/Cross Country, Tobin Karlberg, from Seawolves Men's Basketball, Eve Stephens, from Seawolves Volleyball, and Tennae Voliva from Seawolves Women's Basketball, photographed at the Alaska Airlines Center.

Athletics and Recreation

Seawolves excel in many areas. Catch a basketball or volleyball game in the Alaska Airlines Center, join an intramural team or rent some gear from the Student Union gear room and get outdoors.

  

Campus Living, Shopping and Dining

Campus is alive with living learning communities, shopping at the 鶹Ƶɰ汾 bookstore and dining from quick eats to fine dining. Whether you live on campus or commute, enjoy all of what campus has to offer!

Seawolf mentor, Program Management masters grad and 鶹Ƶɰ汾 Alumni Association board member Jessica Jacobsen meets with her protégé, Project Management masters student Maicel Fuhriman in the Kaladi Brothers Coffee shop outside 鶹Ƶɰ汾's Social Sciences Building.

 

Arts and Culture

Art is alive in 鶹Ƶɰ汾 culture. From fine arts galleries, student opera productions to the Northern Light and student radio KRUA 88.1 FM, there's an outlet for the creative energies of all students. Create and experience the arts at 鶹Ƶɰ汾.

 

鶹Ƶɰ汾 Day at the Alaska State Fair, showing booths and people walking around with mountains in the background.

Alaska is My Campus

If you split Alaska into two states, those two halves would still be tied for largest state in the union. Experience the enormous opportunities this vast state can provide.

Spirit the Seawolf enters the new 鶹Ƶɰ汾-wrapped People Mover bus on the 鶹Ƶɰ汾 campus in winter.

Getting Around

Whether you need to get across campus or explore Denali, investigate your travel options.