How to Register for eLearning Courses

Summer and fall registration is now open.

Register at UAOnline

Current Students

Current students in the University of Alaska (UA) system can register at UAOnline.

For fall and spring courses, degree-seeking students must do the following:

  1. Obtain your registration form at UAOnline.
  2. Meet with your academic advisor and turn in your form. Don’t know who you academic advisor is? This site can help.
  3. Register at UAOnline.

Students enrolling in summer courses do not need to meet with their advisor before registering.

New Students / Non-UAF Students / Non-Degree Students

If you have enrolled in a University of Alaska course within the last two years, go to UAOnline to enroll. Don’t remember how? see the Quick Guide to Registration.

All others can use the UAF eLearning Registration form.

High School Students

High school is a great time to start earning college credit. We offer many courses routinely accepted for dual credit.

See what’s available and enroll using the UAF eLearning & Distance Education High School Student Registration Form.

If you need assistance, contact our Student Services Staff.

Special Course Registrations

The following courses have special registration forms. Click on the course you’re interested in to access that registration form.

  • Alaska Growers School
  • Special Notice to Residents of the Following States:
    Alabama, Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, New York, or North Carolina

    Residents in these states who seek to enroll in University of Alaska (UA) online programs and/or complete an internship in their home state related to UA enrollment need to be aware of special requirements. If you are residing in one of these states and you anticipate enrolling in an academic program, entailing either online courses or an internship, at one of the three UA universities, you must first contact the individual listed below at the university where you plan to enroll:

    University of Alaska Fairbanks: Mary Kreta,
    University of Alaska Anchorage: Lora Volden,
    University of Alaska Southeast: Barbara Hegel,