Courses

Schedule a time to meet with your Academic Advisor today!

Photo by Todd Paris, UAF
Photo by Todd Paris, UAF

UAF requires all undergraduate students to meet with their academic advisor before registering for classes. An academic advisor is a member of the faculty with training and experience to help you select, plan, and complete your academic/career goals. Your academic advisor is usually someone in your major. It is your responsibility to initiate contact with your academic advisor!

Clicking on the grids below will open a PDF and allow you to link to the description and other information about each course.

Fall 2014 Film Course Offerings

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Microsoft Word - FLM Fall 2014.docx

Fall 2014 Theatre Course Offerings

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Microsoft Word - THR Fall 2014.docx

Courses with a flexible schedule, but good for “beginners”:

Know Before You Go:

  • Become familiar with the class schedule uaf.edu/reg/schedule/and UAF Catalog uaf.edu/catalog
  • Collect copies of your registration materials, financial aid information, and transcripts from other universities you have attended. Go to www.uaonline.alaska.edu to use DegreeWorks and develop a tentative educational plan and semester schedule
  • BRING THESE WITH YOU WHEN YOU MEET WITH YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR along with a pen or pencil and notepaper
  • Give some thought to your interests, academic/career goals, courses you might like to take, and whether you might qualify for non-traditional credit options
  • Prepare a list of questions for your academic advisor
Using Your Academic Advisor Effectively
  • MAKE AND KEEP APPOINTMENTS. Call if you need to cancel or change an appointment.
  • COME PREPARED. If you’re registering, bring a tentative class schedule, work schedule or planned activities.
  • ASK QUESTIONS. If you don’t understand a policy or procedure, just ask until you do.
  • BE OPEN-MINDED. Your academic advisor’s job is to present you with options so you can make better decisions.
  • ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY. Accept responsibility for your decisions.
  • KEEP CURRENT. Stay up-to-date on policies, procedures, and requirements.
  • KNOW THE ACADEMIC CALENDAR. Know deadlines and schedules to avoid last minute rushes.
  • KEEP PERSONAL RECORDS. Keep records of your progress. If you talk with different academic advisors, these will be helpful.
  • SEEK HELP. Seek help from your academic advisor when you need it.
  • DEVELOP A RELATIONSHIP. The better your academic advisor knows you, the more helpful she/he can be to you.