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Step One: Login into UA Online

Step Two: Go to your student account Step Three: Select the term to pay Step Four: Review your bill and proceed to pay
  • Take a moment to look and see if your charges are correct
  • If correct, click Pay Now (shown below)
  • If incorrect, call Marie Tozier at (907) 443-8403
  • Note: Clicking on Pay Now will bring you to a different site

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Step Five: Pay your bill
  • The new site first shows a quick view of your account status
  • Click Make a Payment to proceed (shown below)

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  • Next, Click Pay (shown below)


  • Next, Select your payment method with the drop down menu (shown below)
  • When you are done, click Go

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  • The rest of the steps are up to you. Hopefully you have the required information at your side. Please call us if there are any questions.
    Marie Tozier at (907) 443-8403
    Jack Gadamus at (907) 443-8421
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 June 2016 14:52

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