5:00 PM - 2:00 PM
The deadline for the KPC spring 2019 graduation application is, 5 p.m., April 19.Note: Graduates wanting to be included in the KPC graduation needed to apply to for…
The last of spring 2019 classes is Apr. 26.
Spring 2018 final exams will be held from Apr. 30 to May 4.
Grades will be entered by faculty via UAOnline on May 8.
KBC's commencement will be held May. 8.
Final grades will be available to view at UAOnline on May 9.
3:00 PM - 2:00 PM
KRC will be close at 3 p.m., May 9, and all will be closed all day May 10, for commencement.
7:00 PM - 2:00 PM
KRC commencement will be held at 7 p.m., May 9.
The KRC Res Hall spring check-out date is 12 p.m., May 10.
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This month's KPC Word on Campus
KBC has been a crucial part of my education which has allowed me to obtain my A.A in the spring of 2018. So, now I’m currently perusing a BS degree while staying close to home. Also, I've been trying to get 90 credits or my bachelors first to get the chance to be an officer in the Alaska Army National Guard. The National Guard has allowed me to stay close to home and it allowed me to attend KBC. The campus down here in Homer is a valuable asset that allows me to save money, pursue my goals, stay close to home, and have a better understanding of the world.”
– Pedro Ochoa, KBC
bachelor in physical education
I have been desiring to obtain a degree for more than 5 years. When my husband accepted a job in Homer, AK and we relocated from Bethel, AK, it was the perfect opportunity for me to pursue college. That’s when I enrolled at KBC. I am currently taking prerequisite classes for nursing. I have always loved to be in a real classroom, with instructors that can work with me. The instructors, tutors, and other staff have all been really helpful to me.
– Carmie Lautenschlager, KBC
So I can graduate with my degree in psychology and contribute back to my community.
– Chris Beard , KRC
bachelor in psychology
To get a degree in my degree program and help our family’s in trouble.
– Jamie Davis, KRC
associate in human services
I am taking an Adult program which is writing, reading and life skills. I am a second language learner so I need those educational programs which help me to get a job and teach my kids who also need education.
– Megumi Beams, KBC
adult basic education
I am attending KBC to attain a higher education to ensure a better career. KBC has given me an opportunity at the age of 35 to attend college to become a nurse. The helpful counselors and advisors have helped me achieve more in the pursuit of education than I ever thought I could. I am so appreciative of this college and all that it offers to this community.
– Mandy Jahanbin, KBC
The fact that I can take classes here and works towards my degree.
– Jamine Burtin, KRC
bachelor in psychology
I would say the accessibility, how everybody knows each other on the campus. It feels like a family and not like a big campus.
– Robert McGinnis, KRC
associate of arts