Alaska Colleges List

The best college in Alaska on the University Review Rankings is the University of Alaska at Fairbanks (read more) placed in the 432 to 507 range in the world, it is rated as the 487th best college in the USA by Forbes; the branch at Anchorage rates at 606th place in the Forbes list.

List of Alaska Colleges

NameAddressTypeNumber of UG StudentsIn-State TuitionOut of State TuitionAcceptance RateFounded
Alaska Bible College200 College Road, Glennallen, AK 99588Private43$9,000$9,0001966
Alaska Pacific University4101 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508Private387$19,680$19,68037%1957
University of Alaska System
University of Alaska Anchorage3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508Public16,577$6,002$19,32280%1954
University of Alaska at Fairbanks505 S Chandlar Drive, Fairbanks, AK 99775Public8,078$6,752$20,07280%1917
University of Alaska Southeast (Juneau)11120 Glacier Highway, Juneau, AK 99801Public2695$5,693$16,26968%1972

Size wise the largest colleges by undergraduate student body are the University of Alaska at Anchorage (16,577 students) and Fairbanks (8,078 students). While the smallest establishments include the Alaska Pacific University (387 students).

Cost wise, of the main public higher education establishments the cheapest tuition fees are offered by the University of Alaska Southeast (Juneau) (In-state tuition: $5,693; Out of state fees: $16,269).

Conversely the highest priced public college in Alaska is the the University of Alaska Fairbanks ($6,752 In-state tuition fees and $20,072 Out of state fees).

Of the private institutions, the lowest priced establishments is the Alaska Bible College ($9,000), whilst the most expensive university in Alaska state is the Alaska Pacific University ($19,680).

The most selective institution on the list of Alaska colleges is the Alaska Pacific University (37% acceptance rate). The oldest college in Alaska is the the University of Alaska at Fairbanks, established in 1917.

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