Degree Seeking

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I have earned (or soon will earn) a high school diploma or GED.

Degree Seeking Application



Non-Degree Seeking Student

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I would like to take a class for personal development or have not yet earned a high school diploma or GED. 

Non-Degree Seeking Application



Mat-Su Middle College School

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Students enrolled in Mat-Su Middle College earn credits toward a high school diploma and a college degree. 

Apply for MSMCS


CTE and Dual Credit Academic

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Students receive college credit for successfully completing specific, pre-approved courses at their high school. 

Apply for CTE/Dual Credit Academic



Dual Enrollment 

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High school students independently registering for class at Mat-Su College who pay tuition and fees (often covered by an external funder)

Apply as Non-Degree Seeking




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The Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program at Mat-Su College is open to qualifying MSBSD 9th, 10th and 11th graders.

Apply for ANSEP



Admission Checklist for Degree and Non-Degree Seeking Students

  • Complete an Admission Application
    The online application takes about 15–30 minutes to complete and is free. You will create an account that will let you save your application and log back in any time to complete your application, upload additional admission documents, and check on your application status.
  • Submit Transcripts

    Once you submit your application, the required transcripts that you need to provide will be listed. Here are some transcripts that you may be asked to provide if you are a degree seeking student:

    • High school transcript: Mat-Su College / UAA requires an official final transcript sent directly from your school. If you haven't graduated yet, an initial admission decision is made with the information you provided in your application. 
    • GED transcript: Mat-Su College / UAA requires an official GED score report issued from the state which awarded the GED. Students who earned their GED in Alaska can request an official GED transcript using the State of Alaska GED Transcript Request form.
    • College credits: Mat-Su College / UAA  requires official final transcripts from every regionally accredited institution you attended, including attendance during high school. If you are currently taking a college course, an in-progress transcript can be submitted for admission; the final transcript is required after grades are posted. Transcripts are not required from any University of Alaska campus.
  • Check Application Status
    After you submit your application, you'll receive an email confirmation and further instructions. Once we receive all required documentation, we'll review your application. If you have not heard from us after 5 business days, please contact admissions at 


Congratulations on being admitted, here is whats next.

  • Complete Placement Tests

    You will need to take the ACCUPLACER for reading and writing and the ALEKS test for math. You can learn more and schedule your tests online or by visiting the Learning Resource Center at the Mat-Su College campus.

    Freshmen Students: Your placement scores determine which classes you can start in. 
    Transfer or Returning Students: If you already passed college level math or english classes, you do not need to take a placement exam. 

  • Meet with an Advisor
    Your advisor will be the person you connect with to select courses and decide on the best course delivery method. You can schedule and appointment online or by visiting Student Services at the Mat-Su College campus. 
  • Register for Classes 
    Register for your classes at UA online. If you need any assistance feel free to reach out to Student Services at 907-745-9746 or visit Student Services at the Mat-Su College campus.
  • Order Textbooks
    Ordering textbooks is completely online now, and ordering early means free shipping to the Mat-Su College campus. 
  • Attend Orientation
    New student orientation is offered once in the fall and once in the spring. Check with student services at 907-745-9746 about dates, times, and how to sign up. 
  • Get your Student ID Card

    Visit Student Services to get your WolfCard. Student Services is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.

    WolfCards are used for:
    • Your official Mat-Su College / UAA College ID
    • Your Okeson Library Card
    • Printing in the Okeson Library
    • Bus pass with Valley Transit and People Mover
    • Purchase food at Rolled Gold in the college cafeteria
    • Students may add funds to either their Wolfbucks account or WolfCard using the self-service VTS machine in the Okeson Library.

    NOTE: If you are taking classes on the Anchorage campus you will need to get your Wolfcard from UAA. UAA has a new security ID card required to enter all UAA campus buildings.

  • Pay your bill

    Payment of tuition and fees for classes must be received by the posted deadline or at the time of registration unless you have made previous arrangements with the Campus Cache office.  Payment may be made online through UAOnline.

    Note: Students are financially responsible for classes in which they are registered, even if they do not attend class.




Notice of AvailabilityAnnual Security and Fire Safety Report

The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online at:  The report contains information regarding campus safety and security including topics such as: campus law enforcement authority; crime reporting policies; campus alerts (Timely Warnings and Emergency Notifications); fire safety policies and procedures; programs to prevent dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking; the procedures the University will follow when one of these crimes is reported; and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The report also contains information about crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in On-Campus Student Housing Facilities; in Noncampus buildings or property owned or controlled by the University or a recognized student organization; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus.  The report also contains fire statistics for any fires occurring in an On-Campus Student Housing Facility during the three most recent calendar years.  If you would like to receive a paper copy of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, you can stop by the UAA Police Department Office at Room 114 of Eugene Short Hall on the Anchorage campus or request a copy be mailed to you by calling 907-786-1120 or emailing  You may also stop by the UAA Dean of Students Office in Room 122 of Rasmuson Hall on the Anchorage campus or request a copy be mailed to you by calling 907-786-1214 or emailing