"Come Home to Alaska" waives nonresident tuition surcharge at UA

For Immediate Release
Monday, July 28, 2014
 
The University of Alaska System has a new program in place aimed at enticing Lower 48 students with family ties in Alaska to head north.
 
“Come Home to Alaska” waives the nonresident surcharge for students with parents or grandparents currently living in the state. This means a substantial savings to an out-of-state student—over $13,000 for 30 undergraduate credits a year.
 
The program will start with the fall 2014 semester. Associate Vice President for Student and Enrollment Services Saichi Oba called the program “innovative.”
 

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