University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks

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The UAF Police Department serves to protect life and property, to prevent and deter crime, to detect criminal activity and apprehend offenders, to assist those in danger, those who cannot care for themselves and those in need of assistance, to protect individual constitutional rights, and to facilitate the safe movement of people and vehicles on campus.
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  • Ordinary people have seen so far is limited. First, EVELY BLD... to the flyers look numbered around a commentary in a room on the map with the left, looking around is more efficient. Because it runs a free shuttle bus is available. Both the 1周 around. There is a bus stop of the city bus ago the wood Center with food court, bar, billiards, bowling alley, shops and bus stops
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  • The College is a great place to go and learn they have sever programs that are stat-of-art. They even have an out of state program were they work with Colorado University. Other then the School it has...  more »
  • A very cool and inviting university. We walked around and it has a very beautiful scenery specially that we caught some autumn foliage.  more »
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  • I went to UAF for both undergraduate and graduate studies. Ultimately I graduated with my MBA in 2011. I am proud of UAF and my education and proud to call Fairbanks home. You get more out when you put more in!
  • Not very amazing. The campus is built on a hill, so getting around is pretty grating, and everything is spaced out so dully. It's a bit of a pain to get everything set up, seeing as how you have to use not one--not two--not even three--but essentially four websites to get up and moving at this university. Fees are handled as a joke, too. For example: You didn't fill out some seminar that you might have, just possibly could have gotten a spam email about? Gotta pay $100 or you'll be dropped from all your classes with nothing but a day's notice. Tough luck, right? Don't even get me started on the controversies surrounding this place recently. Title IX is NOT held up here, and serious sexual assault issues never get properly resolved. Being completely honest, it's not very safe here. Despite the shortcomings, the overall atmosphere of UAF can be soothe at times, whenever you decide to sit down somewhere between classes, but as far as universities go, you're better off elsewhere. I'd suggest you absolutely use the Study Abroad support this place has if you get roped into being a student here.
  • They have a great Emergency Management Program and I love how involved the professors are with their students. They really want you to do well. The cost is reasonable. I have to take extra classes to graduate (as a transfer student) but no regrets here. Also, there is great scholarship opportunities here.
  • A fine university in a great city. Love their natural history museum as well as the larger city of Fairbanks.
  • They have a really nice and well maintained ski track. Awesomeness.

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Where to stay in Fairbanks

Downtown Fairbanks holds the highest concentration of accommodations, and here you'll find everything from hotels for business travelers to cozy bed and breakfasts. The area just across the Chena River from downtown features a few establishments that serve as convenient alternatives should you be unable to secure a place to stay downtown. The areas around the airport and the University of Alaska feature numerous accommodations, including bed and breakfasts and small inns in addition to hotels for business travelers. Just outside of town you'll find lodges, cottages, and additional bed and breakfasts that feature quieter settings closer to the mountains.
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