Mat-Su College is an extended college of the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA). If you are pursuing a degree program offered by any other UAA campus (Anchorage,
Kenai Peninsula College, Kodiak College, or Prince William Sound College) you may
take classes at the Mat-Su College campus without submitting a separate application to Mat-Su College.
If you are a high school student applying for the Mat-Su Middle College School (High
School) on our campus, offered by the Mat-Su Borough School District please visit
our Mat-Su Middle College website for specific instructions on how to apply.
Fall 2022 Semester (August 29 - December 16) Application Deadline: August 29, 2022
Spring 2023 Semester (January 17 - May 6) Application Deadline: January 17
Degree-Seeking versus Non-Degree Seeking Application
You are taking classes to earn a specific degree or certificate. Degree seeking students may be eligible for financial aid.
Start an Application
Most applicants complete the application in about 15-30 minutes.
1. Create an account with an email and create a password.
2. Create a profile with basic identification and contact information.
3. Start an application; select a term, program and provide an academic history.
4. Electronically sign and submit the application.
You just want to take classes at this time and are not pursuing a degree.
High School students taking college classes while still in high school are considered
Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid.
Start an Application
After you Apply: Next Steps
Follow these Next Steps to sign up for classes and become a fully enrolled student.
Step 1. Complete the Placement Tests
ACCUPLACER Placement Test (Writing)
ALEKS Placement Test (Math)
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.
Step 3. Register for Classes
You can register for classes online via UAOnline after you have met with your Academic Advisor.
Step 4. Order Textbooks
Students may order textbooks through our online bookstore MBS Direct or their preferred provider.
For more information about ordering textbooks, contact MSC Campus Cache: (907) 745-9739 or
Step 5. Get your Student ID Card
Stop by the Student Services office on campus to get your Student card.
Step 6. 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.
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Fridays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed for lunch noon to 1 p.m.
Closed on Saturday and Sunday, and all federal holidays.