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University of Alaska Fairbanks enrolls students on its Fairbanks, Alaska campus as a public institution. Instructors bring expertise in their fields. Students who complete an academic or technical program often enter the workforce right away. The institution's cost per credit is unknown. At the accredited school, students qualify for financial aid, including federal loans, scholarships, and grants. A total of 91% of students receive financial aid and 20% take out loans at the institution. Bachelor's students graduate from the school at a rate of 39%. The school reports a 67% admission rate. Prospective students can contact an admission advisor to learn more about applying. The school is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.