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Student Resources and Advising

New students joining the College of Business and Public Policy (CBPP) are often unsure about which business major is right for them, or how to begin working toward the degree they’ve chosen. Advisors in the Student Advising Center (SAC) help business students explore their interests and strengths so that when they do choose a major, the choice is one that makes sense for them individually.

CBPP Student Advising Center Mission
The CBPP Student Advising Center encourages students to be persistent toward their career and educational goals. We connect with students in a proactive manner and consistently provide timely and accurate information. We support academic and personal development, and work in partnership with each other to promote student success.

Business Class Registration
Declared BBA Majors must meet the upper-division application eligibility requirements (outlined on the Upper Division Application page) in order to obtain upper-division business approval.

For non-business or non-degree seeking students who are looking for approval in UA Online to take a business course, please contact the CBPP Student Advising Center (linked below) for review and processing. All students still must meet listed course prerequisites.

SAC Office Hours

8 AM - 5 PM Monday through Friday, appointments available Monday - Thursday

Contact the Student Advising Center

Email: sac@alaska.edu
Phone: (907) 786-4100
Fax: (907) 786-4115
Physical Location: Rasmuson Hall, Suite 203,
3416 Seawolf Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Please note all advisors are currently working remotely. You can schedule a phone or Zoom appointment online in Seawolf Tracks or by downloading the Navigate Student app on your smartphone.
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Mailing Address:
CBPP Student Advising Center,
RH 203, UAA,
3211 Providence Drive

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Academic Advisors

Allyson Berg, Director/Academic Advisor
Andrea Jones, Academic Advisor
Martha Massey, Academic Advisor

Academic advising is a vital aspect of a successful university experience and an integral part of the teaching and learning mission on the College of Business and Public Policy. Academic advisors in the Student Advising Center develop one-on-one advising relationships and encourage students to work persistently toward their career and educational goals. SAC advisors are committed to providing consistent, timely, accurate information, supporting students’ academic and personal development, and encouraging the type of systematic thinking, knowledge integration and decision-making they will need throughout their college career.

The College of Business and Public Policy invests solidly in its Student Advising Center and its advising staff is vetted for their knowledge and expertise. Make a point to stop in soon to meet with a CBPP advisor.