Future Students
The Tuition Breakdown

When it comes to defining tuition at the University of Alaska, students are generally sorted into one of three categories. Resident, Non-resident and WUE (Western Undergraduate Exchange).

Resident - For information about qualifying and applying for residency, visit the residency page.
Non-Resident - Taking 4 credits or less each semester? You get charged resident tuition rates! 
WUE - Residents of Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming may be eligible to pay 150% of UA's resident tuition rate. For more information please visit WUE's website.

Resident

 

Academic Year 2017
(per credit hour)

Academic Year 2018
(per credit hour)
Lower Division (course # 0-299):  
Prince William Sound College$168$185
Kodiak College$169$185
All Other$192$202
Upper Division (course # 300-499):$232$244
Graduate (course # 600-699):$444$466

Non-Resident

 Academic Year 2017
(per credit hour)

Academic Year 2018
(per credit hour)

Lower Division (course # 0-299):  
Prince William Sound College$168$185
Kodiak College$169$185
All Other$681$715
Upper Division (course # 300-499):$721$757
Graduate (course # 500-699):$907$979

*Non-resident undergraduate surcharge for AY2017 is $489, for AY2018 is $513. Non-resident graduate surcharge for AY2017 is $463, for AY2018 is $513. Prince William Sound College and Kodiak College do not charge non-resident tuition surcharges. 

Campus Tuition Sites

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