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Acceleration Academy (Mat-Su)

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Multiple Information Sessions

*Note: Information Sessions in Mat-Su to be determined.

TUESDAYS - 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Multiple Dates in 2019 - January 8, February 12, March 12, April 9, May 14

ANSEP Acceleration Academy Building
3800 University Lake Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508

THURSDAYS - 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Multiple Dates in 2019 - January 24, February 28

ANSEP Acceleration Academy Building
3800 University Lake Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508

If you have any questions please contact us at 786-1158 or uaa_ansepacceleration@alaska.edu

The Acceleration Academy is currently accepting applications from current high school students. Applications are accepted as space allows.

Download the 2018-19 Application

 

Download Guide to Sign Up for ALEKS test

 

Deadline: Open until capacity is filled.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us at:  

uaa_ansepacceleration@alaska.edu or 907-352-0451.

The Acceleration Academy (Mat-Su) is an innovative partnership between ANSEP and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District (MSBSD). It is a full time regular high school with the additional benefit that students who participate will have the opportunity to graduate from high school early with one year or more of college credits earned toward BA and BS degree programs. The Acceleration Academy (Mat-Su) is located in Wasilla, at the Career & Technical High School. MSBSD students will begin taking college courses the moment they begin high school, and will have the ability to accumulate college credits that apply towards many degree programs at the University of Alaska. The proposed course and schedule options will ensure that MSBSD students will be academically college-ready by the end of year three, while an optional fourth year will allow students to earn even more college credits.

The ANSEP Acceleration Academy (Mat-Su):

  • supports students of all career interests;
  • significantly improves college readiness by eliminating the need for remediation;
  • produces high school graduates with up to a year of college credits earned for various degree programs;
  • reduces the time to degree for college students;
  • saves families a year or more in college costs;
  • saves the State of Alaska millions of dollars in general fund support; and
  • increases the economic opportunities for MSBSD students and their families.

Students earn credits towards:

  • BA Education (44 credits)
  • BA Business Management (42 credits)
  • BS Biological Sciences (55 credits)
  • BS Civil Engineering (49 credits)
  • BS Psychology (45 credits)
  • BA Liberal Studies (45 credits)