If you are an Alaska Native or rural student whose major is related to science, technology, engineering or math, then this program can help foster your success. You can take classes with other students in the program, participate in organized study groups, receive peer and professional mentoring, do undergraduate research projects, work summer internships and enjoy planned group social activities.
You will find opportunities for undergraduate research and scholarships in this biomedical program. You can explore career possibilities, network with professionals and may have opportunities to travel to research conferences. This program is for students of diverse backgrounds, especially those from rural Alaska.
If you are a rural or Native student, then the Department of Rural Student Services can offer you academic and social support. Department members offer tutoring, academic advising and organize social events where you can meet other students.
The Honors Program allows undergraduate students to explore, create and engage in educational practices outside traditional pedagogical boxes. The program offers scholarships, national and international academic internship opportunities, priority registration, an Honors House and more.
Student Support Services provides free services for undergraduate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. They provide tutoring, a laptop and technology loan program and direct financial assistance.