University Of Alaska Anchorage

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Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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The only crimes that really occur on campus in Anchorage are larceny thefts, though there are a couple of cases each year of aggravated assaults or forcible sex offenses. Students of UAA feel unsafe for other reasons though, like the poor responses to weather conditions and wild animals, and the proximity of gang violence to campus. Students don’t feel that security and police officers are as present as they could be. Anchorage is not an especially place, which may contribute to students’ apprehension. Anchorage is known for having a high rate of both meth users, and a very high rate of forcible sex offenses. Forbes rated Anchorage the 5th most dangerous city in America. Mountain View, Spenard, and Muldoon are three of the most dangerous areas of Anchorage. Eagle River is a safe place to live, just 20-minutes outside of Anchorage.

 
 
Weather

Weather

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Though Anchorage has a subarctic climate, summers in Alaska peak at temperatures around 65 or 70 degrees and winter days top out around 25 degrees. Overnight in the winter, temperatures are usually in the teens, and frequently drop below zero. Overnight in the summer, temperatures are usually in the 30s, and days can get rainy. There are active volcanoes around Anchorage, and one erupted in 2009 which resulted in a gigantic cloud of ash. The winters here are up to 8 months long, which many people can’t endure. People don’t choose to live in Anchorage because they love the weather, but there are certainly people who live here because of the beauty of the natural landscape around them.

 
 

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thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,000 - $1,155 4221 Laurel Street, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $860 - $1,045 3501 East 32Nd Avenue, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $890 - $1,175 3531 East 42Nd Avenue, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 1 Bed $895 2620 Happy Lane, Anchorage, AK August 29th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $1,015 - $1,400 4543 Lake Otis Parkway, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $894 - $1,394 4318 Vance Drive, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,050 - $1,435 1536 Charter Circle, Anchorage, AK August 29th
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,995 2667 Aspen Heights Loop, Anchorage, AK August 29th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,005 - $1,270 2237 East 56Th Avenue, Anchorage, AK August 30th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,480 - $1,935 2134 E 56Th Avenue, Anchorage, AK August 30th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One $985
One $2,520
Studio - Two $900 - $1,150
One - Four $680 - $1,175
One - Two $968 - $1,360
Studio - Two $914 - $1,262
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