Quick FactsOffice hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Extended hours for testing purposes are available Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. during fall and spring semesters. We are located in 131 Bunnell Building on UAF’s campus. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org UAF Bookstore: 907.474.7348 or email@example.com Office of the Bursar: 907.474.7384 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Financial Aid: 907.474.7256 or email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.