Is the University of Alaska Museum of the north in Fairbanks?

Is the University of Alaska Museum of the north in Fairbanks?

A trip to Fairbanks isn’t complete without a visit to the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Discover fascinating stories about Alaska’s people, places, and wildlife in the museum’s award-winning exhibit galleries – your best introduction to this vast and diverse state.

Where is the UA Museum of the north?

Handicap-accessible facility. By Car: Located on the West Ridge of the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. From the Parks Highway, follow the signs to UAF, then follow campus signs to the museum. Free for museum members, UA students with ID and children under 5.

Where to find information about University of Alaska?

Visit the UA coronavirus information website to learn how the University of Alaska is responding to the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 situation and find links to communications, policy guidance and resources. Information on study options and programs. Find out more about cost of attendance, room and board, tuition and fees.

Is the University of Alaska Fairbanks an accredited university?

UAF is the only national university in Alaska, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 rankings. In fact, Times Higher Education ranked UAF No. 10 among the world’s best small universities in 2018. We’re accredited. The University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Is the Museum of the north still open?

UAMN appreciates your support and understanding during our reopening. Our limited operations will remain more restrictive than what you may see in other sectors. As a campus unit, we conform to the “On-site Operations Plan” instituted by the University of Alaska.

Who is the architect of the Alaska Museum?

Nationally-recognized architect Joan Soranno and the GDM/HGA architectural team designed the expansion to convey a sense of Alaska, with innovative lines and spaces evoking images of alpine ridges, glaciers, breakup on the Yukon River, and the aurora.

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