Success Center

Make a Plan at our Success Center

The Success Center is here to help you with all your college and career needs. 

Our friendly College & Career Specialists can assist you with:

    • Career Exploration

    • Career Training Research

    • College & Career Applications

    • Financial Aid Applications, including the FAFSA

    • Scholarship Searches and Portfolios

    • College Enrollment Coaching 

Bring a College & Career Specialists to your organization, school, or classroom:

Presentation topics include:

    • Choosing a Career

    • Yes, College Is for You

    • Choosing a College

    • Paying for College

    • Scholarship Searches

    • Financial Aid Overview

    • Filling out the FAFSA

    • Be Financially Prepared

    • Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS)

    • Or, Let us know what meets your needs!

All Success Center services are free!

Visit a Success Center Location

Dimond Center Mall

The Success Center is located in the Dimond Center Mall in Anchorage, on the 2nd level near the movie theatre.

Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Appointment only) & 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Walk-ins.
9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Walk-ins

UAA One Stop

The Success Center at the UAA One Stop is located in the University Center Mall.

Monday - Friday
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m

Meet Daniel

Position: College and Career Specialist

Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, UAA | Master in Human Services, UAA

Personal Biography:  Postsecondary education has always been a forefront goal in Daniel Pulu's family. Daniel's parents did not have the chance to go to college due to working multiple jobs to support their two sons, but they kept encouraging their sons to exceed their grasp when it came to education. Daniel absolutely loves learning anything and everything! He became a College and Career Specialist because "I enjoy helping people set and achieve their postsecondary goals; where there's a will, there's a way!"

Meet Keriann

Position: College and Career Specialist

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Nutrition, UAA | Associate of Arts in General Program, UAA

Personal Biography:  College was apart of the plan since she was in elementary school. She is a first generation college student and always felt she was at a disadvantage to her peers. She knew the life she wanted to live would need postsecondary education. Growing up playing competitive soccer, she always imagined she would play in college. Her plans changed when she got to her senior year and had no plan, fear of being rejected from colleges, SAT/ACT test anxiety, no drive to complete scholarship applications, a promise to herself to never take another chemistry course and a fear of committing to another four years of school. All of these factors contributed to her decision to attend University of Alaska Anchorage and pursure an Associate of Arts in Small Business Administration. She soon found herself pursuring an Associate of Arts in General Program, then a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition, then a Bachelors of Science in Dietetics, and then back to a Bachelors of Sciece in Nutrition. Although her path was a curvy one, she knows she made the right decision staying in her hometown. "College allowed me to grow academically, professionally, and personally. I learned things about myself and had experiences that I don't think I would have been able to outside of college and met people that will forever have an impact on my life. I chose to be a College & Career Specialist because I want to improve the lives of others by sharing the wealth of knowedge I have learned through my experiences."

Going the Distance: Community Outreach

Meet Krystal

Position: Community Outreach Supervisor

Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Public Communication, UAA | Master of Arts in Organizational Management (In Progress)

Personal Biography:  As a first-generation college student, Krystal understands the importance of completing education beyond high school, as well as the unique obstacles facing Alaskan students. Krystal began her work with the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education in 2013, serving as a College and Career Guide for the Alaska College Advising Corps (ACAC). Working with students of Seward High School, Krystal helped pilot the ACAC distance program, which now serves more than 40 schools in rural and urban Alaskan communities. In 2014, she was promoted to Training and Development Specialist for the Alaska Career Information System (AKCIS). Working with educators and counselors across the state, Krystal provided instructional training and multimedia guidance in building Personal Learning and Career Plans (PLCPs), while assisting students with educational and career exploration.

In 2015, Krystal began her work as the ACPE Community Outreach Supervisor. In this role, Krystal fosters community relationships while traveling to remote areas of Alaska, presenting on postsecondary education opportunities, as well as state and federal financial aid programs.

If you are interested in hosting a presentation at your school or organization, contact Krystal at 907-269-7671 or

Past Locations Visited

Delta Jct.
St. Michael
White Mountain


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