Quick FactsOffice hours are Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm. Extended hours for testing purposes are available Wednesdays from 5pm to 7pm during fall and spring semesters. We are located at 2175 University Ave, Suite 200. Our Student Services team is here to assist you! Chat with a representative online (click the icon in the upper left corner of your screen), call 907.479.3444 or email UAF-eLearning@alaska.edu with any questions not answered here.
UAF OfficesContact information for related UAF departments. Office of Admissions and Registrar: 907.474.7500 or email@example.com UAF Bookstore: 907.474.7348 or firstname.lastname@example.org Office of the Bursar: 907.474.7384 or
email@example.com Financial Aid: 907.474.7256 or firstname.lastname@example.org College of Rural and Community Development (online audio courses): 907.474.7143 or
Student ResourcesA collection of websites useful to UAF students. UAOnline: One-stop website where students can see course listings, apply for admissions, pay for tuition and fees, and more. Blackboard: Where your online courses are located. If you need assistance with Blackboard, email Brant Schalk, IT tech, at email@example.com. UAF Directory: Find contact information for people and departments. GoArmyEd: Virtual gateway for all eligible Active Duty, National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers to request Tuition Assistance (TA) online. Writing Center: Works with students at any phase of the writing process — planning, drafting, revising — and helps improve grammar, mechanics and punctuation. Math Lab: Free tutoring for mathematics and statistics classes. The math hotline (866-823-6284) is also available Sunday through Thursday (5-10pm) for live, toll-free tutoring for students taking eLearning math courses. Atomic Learning: A library of 1,000+ educational resources, including many 2- to 3-minute video tutorials that answer the “How do I do that?” questions. Lynda.com Software Training Videos: A collection of online video tutorials about computer software.
The Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) is a series of tests that measure reading, writing, and mathematics skills. The PPST is used for both the purposes of determining what candidates are qualified for a teacher education program and also for licensure purposes of those who wish to become teachers.