EDUCATION TRUST OF ALASKA

The Education Trust of Alaska was formed by the University of Alaska with the goal of creating and offering high-quality 529 plans to help residents prepare for future education expenses. Since its inception, the trust has launched three successful plans. As of June 30, 2021, the Trust holds approximately $11 billion in assets for over 300,000 beneficiaries.  

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Alaska 529, formerly the UA College Savings Plan, is an education savings plan directly marketed in Alaska and managed by T. Rowe Price. 

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T. Rowe Price College Savings Plan is a nationally-marketed education savings plan managed by T. Rowe Price.

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John Hancock Freedom 529 is an education savings plan nationally-marketed through financial advisors. 

529 PLANS OFFERED BY THE TRUST:

Account holders and beneficiaries of our plans are eligible for in-state tuition and a free application for admission at the University of Alaska. 

In addition to the other benefits listed on this site, the trust offers an added measure of control to participants through Alaska's creditor protection laws. Alaska state law protects assets invested in the Plan from claims by creditors of the account holder and beneficiary, in most cases.