The bookstore is having a Christmas “draw your own discount” sale through Dec. 16. Customers receive 5-20 percent discounts on their total purchases. Items not included…
Looking for some winter diversion? Not really up for a full-semester length class? Check out the non-credit courses being offered at KPC's Kachemak Bay Campus in Homer
Explore the upcoming spring semester course offerings- there's something for everyone! Now is a great time to speak to an advisor and make a plan- college changes peoples' lives.…
Representatives from British Petroleum will provide two presentations (same material at each) at 10:45 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Dec. 7 in CTEC Room 106 for Process Tech/Instrumentation…
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Consider becoming a SU representative! You're likely to have fun and it will look great on your resume!The KRC Student Union meets on Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. in McLane…
Dec. 8 is the deadline to submit UAA/KPC fall 2016 graduation applications.
Be sure to take advantage of textbook buyback days at KRC. Sell undamaged, gently-used textbooks from 10 a.m.-noon, and 1 -3 p.m., Dec. 12-16. For more info, call the bookstore…
In order to comply with the University of Alaska’s call for standardization of academic procedures and policies across campuses, KPC locations have released schedules…
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
11:30a–12:30p This round-table group welcomes all faculty and staff interested in student engagement strategies. Connect with colleagues and share teaching accomplishments,…
KPC is offering a six hour, non-credit, non-shooting course that offers basic fundamentals, skills and rules for safe handling of firearms. Jason Gahm, NRA certified instructor…
Dec. 17 is the last day of classes for KPC's fall 2016 semester.
The KRC Bookstore will be closed for the winter break Dec. 19, 2016 through Jan. 3.Texbooks for face-to-face spring 2017 semester will be available beginning Jan. 9.…
Residents must be checked out of the KRC ResHall by 12 p.m. on Dec. 20.
Final grades for the fall 2016 semester will be posted on UAOnline on Dec. 21.
Dec 23, 2016 – Jan 5, 2017Both the new UA Blackboard (Spring 2017) and our
All KPC campuses and extension sites will be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 2 for winter recess.
Online Teaching Certificate from the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Continuing our focus on quality instruction at KPC, we are excited to offer a valuable professional…
The KRC Learning Center introduces Stephen Severson as the 'go to' tutor for all things process tech and instrumentation.Read more
Want to learn English or improve language skills? Or get better prepared for college classes or a career?Read more
This month's KPC Word on Campus
At the beginning of the semester I was in Anchorage going to the State Fair with some friends, but because of circumstances, I was in Anchorage a little earlier than intended. I was able to attend the UAA Campus Kickoff. It was a really great experience; I was able to meet many new people and visit all the vendors and clubs they had around campus. There was also other businesses from around town offering student jobs. Overall it was a beautiful day and very festive!
– Denali Goodwill, KRC
Bachelor of Art, Art
Someone hit my car; it dented up the front end and the cooling system was all messed up. It took them two weeks to fix my front end and now it is nice, shiny and makes the girls go wild. Side note: Not like on T.V. shows, but it is all nice and shiny and I love it!
– Chris Hagel, KRC
Bachelor of Art, Psychology
I am finally with my wife in the USA.
– Syed Shahbaz Ellahi Shah, KBC
Non-Degree Seeking, ESL and GED
I just moved to Alaska! I moved here just a couple weeks ago from Oregon. Most of my family live here, so basically I moved here to go to KPC and because of them.
– Gareth Sattar, KRC
The Japanese language class! The teacher is just so wonderful.
– Judith Jenkinson, KRC
Auditing, Senior Citizen Program
I got my driver's license this year. The reason that it makes this such a good year is that it gives me a sense of freedom and independence that I didn't have before.
– Maria Kulikov, KBC
I recently got accepted to do an internship at Kenai Peninsula Orthopedics (KPO). I will be able to shadow the physical therapist there. I am really excited about this offer.
– Marley McGuire, KRC
Associate of Applied Science, General Business
School. It provides a lot of structure and something to do in the winter months. The people here are very supportive and encouraging. I feel like it contributes to personal growth.
– Amy Perlinger, KBC
Associate of Arts