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From its campus in Fairbanks, Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks offers multiple programs as a public institution. Students can earn a degree or certificate that prepares them for the workforce. Learners benefit from the school's academic rigor and affordable tuition rate. Students can enroll in nationally ranked programs. The amount students pay per credit on average is unknown. Degree-seekers attending the accredited institution may qualify for federal financial aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. Degree-seekers choose from academic and technical programs at the school. Depending on their program, students complete foundational courses, technical classes, and general education requirements. University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.