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Northwest Campus offers registration in local courses, regional courses, distance delivered courses, and semester long independent learning courses through UAF's Center for Distance Education.

You must register and pay tuition and fees to enroll in coursework. Registration is held each semester on dates published in the academic calendar. For special programs, short courses, seminars and other classes not part of the regular academic calendar, registration is as needed.

Northwest Campus offers students open enrollment, meaning students do not need to apply for admission to take coursework. The registration process is still done with a single-page, paper form, which can be faxed, emailed, or completed in person. Continuing students can register online once approved by NWC student services staff.

Alaska Resident Tuition Cost
< 100-level $192/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
100 to 200-level courses $192/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
300 to 400-level courses $232/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
500-level courses varies
600-level courses $444/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee

Non-Resident Tuition Cost
< 100-level $681/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
100 to 200-level courses $681/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
300 to 400-level courses $721/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee
500-level courses varies
600-level courses $907/credit plus $6/credit university facilities fee

Arrangement for payment of all tuition,
fees, and materials is required at registration.

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