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How to register 1 Find courses that interest you from the list inside. 2 Check the course prerequisites at www.uaf.edu/coursefinder/. permission from the course instructor(s) via email. Instructors’ emails 3 Obtain can be found in the 2014 Faculty Directory on the Summer Sessions website under Sessions and Courses. If you have difficulty contacting an instructor to secure permission, ask Summer Sessions staff for assistance.

a High School Enrollment Form from www.uaf.edu/reg/forms/. 4 Download Complete the form, and note:

• The form must be signed by your parent or guardian. • A printed copy of the instructor’s permission must be attached to the form.

submit your completed registration form and instructor permission: 5 You• may By mail to PO Box 757540, Fairbanks AK 99775

• In person at the Office of Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning in Eielson 216 on the UAF campus.

If you need assistance, we’re glad to help! Contact Felicia Burud at 907-474-7021.

UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning www.uaf.edu/summer/ 216 Eielson Building 907-474-7021 • Toll free: 866-404-7021 summer@alaska.edu

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. UAF is an AA/EO employer and educational institution. UAF photo by Todd Paris.

high school 2014 Planning Guide


Six Week Session I: May 27–July 2 ANTH F242 BIOL F104x BIOL F240 COMM F131x COMM F141x DEVE F070 DEVM F060 ENGL F111x ENGL F230 HIST F100x MATH F103x MATH F107x MATH F161x MATH F200x MUS F221 PS F100x PS F202 SOC F100x

Native Cultures of Alaska Natural History of Alaska Beginnings in Microbiology Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Group Context Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context Preparatory College English Elementary Algebra Introduction to Academic Writing English Language Proficiency Modern World History Concepts and Contemporary Applications of Mathematics Functions for Calculus Algebra for Business and Economics Calculus I History of Music Political Economy Democracy and Global Society Individual, Society and Culture

ART F205 ART F209 ART F211 ART F213 CHEM F103x COMM F131x

Beginning Drawing Beginning Metalsmithing and Jewelry Beginning Sculpture Beginning Painting Basic General Chemistry Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Group Context COMM F141x Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context CS F101 Computers and Society DEVM F050 Pre-Algebra DEVM F105 Intermediate Algebra ECON F100x Political Economy ENGL F111x Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL F231 English Language Proficiency FLM F290 Digital Video Editing FLM F295 3D Filmmaking HIST F131 History of the United States JRN F290 Digital Video Editing JRN F295 3D Filmmaking MATH F108 Trigonometry MUS F222 History of Music SPAN F103 Conversational Spanish I

Six Week Session II: July 7–August 15

Full Session: May 27–August 15

ANTH F295 ART F105 ART F195 ART F201

ART F284 Basic Digital Photography COMM F141x Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context DEVM F060 Elementary Algebra

Culture, Communication and the Family Beginning Drawing Cartooning and Comic Art I Beginning Ceramics

DEVM F105 ENGL F111x JRN F204 PHYS F103x PHYS F211x PSY F101 PSY F201 SOC F100x

Intermediate Algebra Introduction to Academic Writing Basic Digital Photography College Physics General Physics I Introduction to Psychology Culture and Psychology Individual, Society and Culture

Variable Dates: May BIOL F595P NONC F041 ART/JRN F040 JRN F040 JRN F049

Introduction to Alaska’s Birds Bicycle Maintenance and Repair Cyanotypes Understanding Your Digital Camera Field Photography: Fairbanks Area

Variable Dates: June ART F295

Molds for Multi-media and Iron Casting

High school students:

consider a uaf course this summer! Here’s a sample of courses you may be qualified to take.

Financial aid PELL GRANTs — If you are a graduating senior

and you qualify for a Pell Grant for fall 2014–15, there may be money for you to go to school this summer. You can apply for a 2013–14 School Year Pell Grant, which would help cover the costs for this summer’s schooling. Information: UAF Financial Aid, 474-7256, financialaid@uaf.edu. New Student Tuition Awards — Available to students who are just beginning their academic career. An applicant must be 18 years of age or older and have accumulated no more than 12 university credits. Information: 474-7021, www.uaf.edu/summer/financialaid.

Variable Dates: July JRN F195

Sound and Story: The Evolution of Radio Journalism ART/JRN F040 Van Dyke Browns

Variable Dates: August BIOL F195P

Introduction to Alaska’s Mammals

special Dates

Payment deadline. Last day to drop Last day to register classes for 100% tuition and fee Open registration and attendance is refund required and fee payment

Late payment fees begin

Last day for faculty or student initiated withdrawal

Six-Week Session I

Feb. 24– May 29

May 29

June 2

June 3

June 18

Full Session

Feb. 24– June 2

June 2

June 2

June 3

July 15

Six-Week Session II

Feb. 24– July 9

July 9

July 11

July 12

July 30

Cover: Adam Paskvan, biology student in URSA (Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activities.) Drawing by Todd Sherman, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

July 7 through August 15

Do you need to successfully pass DEVM 105, Intermediate Algebra, before you can pursue your major? At Math Boot Camp you can sharpen your math skills and earn $500 credit toward fall tuition. Learn more at

www.uaf.edu/summer/highschool


Six Week Session I: May 27–July 2 ANTH F242 BIOL F104x BIOL F240 COMM F131x COMM F141x DEVE F070 DEVM F060 ENGL F111x ENGL F230 HIST F100x MATH F103x MATH F107x MATH F161x MATH F200x MUS F221 PS F100x PS F202 SOC F100x

Native Cultures of Alaska Natural History of Alaska Beginnings in Microbiology Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Group Context Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context Preparatory College English Elementary Algebra Introduction to Academic Writing English Language Proficiency Modern World History Concepts and Contemporary Applications of Mathematics Functions for Calculus Algebra for Business and Economics Calculus I History of Music Political Economy Democracy and Global Society Individual, Society and Culture

ART F205 ART F209 ART F211 ART F213 CHEM F103x COMM F131x

Beginning Drawing Beginning Metalsmithing and Jewelry Beginning Sculpture Beginning Painting Basic General Chemistry Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Group Context COMM F141x Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context CS F101 Computers and Society DEVM F050 Pre-Algebra DEVM F105 Intermediate Algebra ECON F100x Political Economy ENGL F111x Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL F231 English Language Proficiency FLM F290 Digital Video Editing FLM F295 3D Filmmaking HIST F131 History of the United States JRN F290 Digital Video Editing JRN F295 3D Filmmaking MATH F108 Trigonometry MUS F222 History of Music SPAN F103 Conversational Spanish I

Six Week Session II: July 7–August 15

Full Session: May 27–August 15

ANTH F295 ART F105 ART F195 ART F201

ART F284 Basic Digital Photography COMM F141x Fundamentals of Oral Communication: Public Context DEVM F060 Elementary Algebra

Culture, Communication and the Family Beginning Drawing Cartooning and Comic Art I Beginning Ceramics

DEVM F105 ENGL F111x JRN F204 PHYS F103x PHYS F211x PSY F101 PSY F201 SOC F100x

Intermediate Algebra Introduction to Academic Writing Basic Digital Photography College Physics General Physics I Introduction to Psychology Culture and Psychology Individual, Society and Culture

Variable Dates: May BIOL F595P NONC F041 ART/JRN F040 JRN F040 JRN F049

Introduction to Alaska’s Birds Bicycle Maintenance and Repair Cyanotypes Understanding Your Digital Camera Field Photography: Fairbanks Area

Variable Dates: June ART F295

Molds for Multi-media and Iron Casting

High school students:

consider a uaf course this summer! Here’s a sample of courses you may be qualified to take.

Financial aid PELL GRANTs — If you are a graduating senior

and you qualify for a Pell Grant for fall 2014–15, there may be money for you to go to school this summer. You can apply for a 2013–14 School Year Pell Grant, which would help cover the costs for this summer’s schooling. Information: UAF Financial Aid, 474-7256, financialaid@uaf.edu. New Student Tuition Awards — Available to students who are just beginning their academic career. An applicant must be 18 years of age or older and have accumulated no more than 12 university credits. Information: 474-7021, www.uaf.edu/summer/financialaid.

Variable Dates: July JRN F195

Sound and Story: The Evolution of Radio Journalism ART/JRN F040 Van Dyke Browns

Variable Dates: August BIOL F195P

Introduction to Alaska’s Mammals

special Dates

Payment deadline. Last day to drop Last day to register classes for 100% tuition and fee Open registration and attendance is refund required and fee payment

Late payment fees begin

Last day for faculty or student initiated withdrawal

Six-Week Session I

Feb. 24– May 29

May 29

June 2

June 3

June 18

Full Session

Feb. 24– June 2

June 2

June 2

June 3

July 15

Six-Week Session II

Feb. 24– July 9

July 9

July 11

July 12

July 30

Cover: Adam Paskvan, biology student in URSA (Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activities.) Drawing by Todd Sherman, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

July 7 through August 15

Do you need to successfully pass DEVM 105, Intermediate Algebra, before you can pursue your major? At Math Boot Camp you can sharpen your math skills and earn $500 credit toward fall tuition. Learn more at

www.uaf.edu/summer/highschool


How to register 1 Find courses that interest you from the list inside. 2 Check the course prerequisites at www.uaf.edu/coursefinder/. permission from the course instructor(s) via email. Instructors’ emails 3 Obtain can be found in the 2014 Faculty Directory on the Summer Sessions website under Sessions and Courses. If you have difficulty contacting an instructor to secure permission, ask Summer Sessions staff for assistance.

a High School Enrollment Form from www.uaf.edu/reg/forms/. 4 Download Complete the form, and note:

• The form must be signed by your parent or guardian. • A printed copy of the instructor’s permission must be attached to the form.

submit your completed registration form and instructor permission: 5 You• may By mail to PO Box 757540, Fairbanks AK 99775

• In person at the Office of Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning in Eielson 216 on the UAF campus.

If you need assistance, we’re glad to help! Contact Felicia Burud at 907-474-7021.

UAF Summer Sessions & Lifelong Learning www.uaf.edu/summer/ 216 Eielson Building 907-474-7021 • Toll free: 866-404-7021 summer@alaska.edu

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. UAF is an AA/EO employer and educational institution. UAF photo by Todd Paris.

high school 2014 Planning Guide


Summer Sessions High School 2014 Planning Guide