6:30 PM - 2:00 PM
This event will take place at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 19, at the KRC, McLane Commons. Michael Skinner, lifelong Kenai…
The spring 2017 class schedule is available in UAOnline. Current, as well as perspective students are encouraged to talk with their advisors to determine which classes they…
Today is the last day for student initiated withdraw. Students considering withdrawing from a class are encouraged to talk with their instructor and advisor.
Today a $175 late payment fee will be assessed for any unpaid tuition and fees for fall semester.
KPC will be closed and no classes will be held November 23 to November 26 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Today is the deadline for UAA/KPC fall 2017 graduation application. For more information on graduation applications please see this
Fall 2017 semester finals week is December 11 to December 16.
Today is check-out for KRC Residence Life. For more information on Res life please see this
Winter break will be Dec. 17, 2017 through Jan.14, 2018. No classes will be held.
Today, fall semester 2017 grades will be entered by faculty via UAOnline. Grades will be available to students after this date.
KPC will be closed Dec. 24, 2017 through Jan. 2, 2018.
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This month's KPC Word on Campus
Yes, because I figured it would be a small campus, but everyone is really nice. There is more one-on-one time with the teachers, and the teachers are willing to help a student when they are in need.
– Boudicca Rudkin, KRC
Bachelor of Arts
Yes! The faculty and staff are so welcoming and always willing to assist me in order to achieve my goals. My classes have given me the hands-on experiences that I need to become a successful marine biologist.
– Krista LaForest, KBC
Semester by the Bay
Yes. I was looking forward to this college because of the environment that was well known, the established teachers, and the opportunity to make friends in a classroom environment.
– Aubrey Duncan, KRC
I knew it was going to be a small campus when I arrived, but I wasn't prepared for how tight knit and community based it is! Everyone here is more helpful and friendly than I could have imagined.
– Jade Vipond, KBC
Semester by the Bay
I did not expect anything really, so I have been pleasantly surprised at the staff's willingness to help.
– Duncan Partridge, KBC
Associate of Arts
When I started, I didn't know what to expect, but this is much better then I could have hoped for.
– Samuel Nielson, KBC
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Yes. I expected it to be a small community college, where I could get more one-on-one time with the instructors.
– Preston Rucker, KRC
Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education
No. I was hoping for a substantial difference between the environments of high school and college. Sadly, it is a letdown.
– Charlie Chrisoffersen , KRC
Associate of Applied Science, Process Technology