Why are there some schedule differences at CTC, IAC?

Question

I am a student at the Community and Technical College and my spouse is a student through the Interior Alaska Campus. It seems like there are different rules and deadlines for our classes, but I thought they were all part of the rural college. How does this work?

Response

IAC follows the general UAF deadline for all statewide cross-regional course offerings. When it differs is when we offer “local” or late-start courses. These courses are offered throughout the semester and are usually considered intensives. These courses follow the deadlines for payment and registration set by the Bursar’s Office and the Office of Admissions and the Registrar, where it is required on or before the first day of class. For these courses that might mean if it starts on Oct. 1, a student has until that date to pay or be registered without penalty.

— Bryan Uher, interim director, Interior Alaska Campus