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There's something for everyone at KPC!

Friendly students, helpful staff and brilliant faculty at KPC!

Friendly students, helpful staff and brilliant faculty at KPC!

KPC campus communities make you feel at home!

"Journey," a steel, kinetic wind sculpture extraordinaire!

"Journey," a steel, kinetic wind sculpture extraordinaire!

Largest sockeye of the season for Cam Choy, KRC associate professor of art! See this beauty on the roof garden of CPH in Soldotna!

The one and only Homer Spit! Amazing view, amazing environment!

The one and only Homer Spit! Amazing view, amazing environment!

KPC's Kachemak Bay Campus Semester by the Bay students use the bay as their laboratory! Find out more here.

Upcoming Events  


KRC SU invites students to EAT!Kenai River Campus
Sep 27

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

KRC SU invites students to EAT!

  Don't miss the chance to load up on carbs and feed your brain! The KRC Student Union is hosting their first food event of the semester! FREE spaghetti and garlic bread…

Estate/Will Planning SeminarKenai River Campus
Sep 29

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Estate/Will Planning Seminar

The UA Foundation will be providing a free informational session titled, “Making Your Will,” from 5-6:30 p.m. on Sept. 29 at KPC’s Kenai River Campus in room 121…

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!Kenai River Campus
Oct 5

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!

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…

OLC Online Teaching Certificate–October CohortFaculty Events/Workshops
Oct 11
to
Dec 20
All Day

OLC Online Teaching Certificate–October Cohort

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…

Learn the art of fiberglass repair!Kachemak Bay Campus, Kenai River Campus
Oct 14
to
Oct 15
All Day

Learn the art of fiberglass repair!

KPC's Kachemak Bay Campus, in conjunction with Sloth Boatworks and supported by the Homer Marine Trades Association, will be hosting a Fiberglass Gel Coat Repair workshop from 6-9…

Fall 2016: Student forumsKenai River Campus
Oct 18
to
Oct 19
All Day

Fall 2016: Student forums

KRC's fall 2016 student forums will be held at 2:15 p.m. on Oct. 18 and at 5:15 p.m. on Oct. 19 in the McLane Commons.

Learn to write winning grant proposals!Kachemak Bay Campus
Oct 21

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Learn to write winning grant proposals!

KBC is offering a non-credit course titled "Introduction to Grant Proposal Writing" that will be taught by Kelly Donnelly, a non-profit development professional. The course will…

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!Kenai River Campus
Nov 2

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!

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…

Fall 2016: Last day for student-initiated withdrawCollege Wide
Nov 4
All Day

Fall 2016: Last day for student-initiated withdraw

The last day for student-initiated withdraw from a fall 2016 course is Nov. 4.

Fall 2016: $175 late payment fee assessedCollege Wide
Nov 7
All Day

Fall 2016: $175 late payment fee assessed

A $175 late payment fee will be assessed on Nov. 7.

Spring 2017: Veteran students walk-in registrationCollege Wide
Nov 11
All Day

Spring 2017: Veteran students walk-in registration

Walk-in registration for the spring 2017 semester will be held for veteran students on Nov. 11.

Spring 2017: Registration opens for admitted degree/certificate studentsCollege Wide
Nov 14
All Day

Spring 2017: Registration opens for admitted degree/certificate students

Spring 2017 priority registration opens online for students admitted into a degree/certificate program on Nov. 14.

Spring 2017: Registration opens for pending degree-seeking studentsCollege Wide
Nov 21
All Day

Spring 2017: Registration opens for pending degree-seeking students

Spring 2017 registration opens online for pending degree-seeking students on Nov. 21.

KPC closed in observance of ThanksgivingCollege Wide
Nov 24
to
Nov 27
All Day

KPC closed in observance of Thanksgiving

All KPC campuses and extension sites will be closed Nov. 24-27 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

No classes held: ThanksgivingCollege Wide
Nov 24
to
Nov 27
All Day

No classes held: Thanksgiving

No classes will be held Nov. 24-27 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Spring 2017: Registration opens to the general publicCollege Wide
Nov 28
All Day

Spring 2017: Registration opens to the general public

The general public can begin registering for the spring 2017 semester on Nov. 28.

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!Kenai River Campus
Dec 7

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

KRC Student Union: GET INVOLVED!

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…

Deadline for UAA/KPC fall 2016 graduation applicationCollege Wide
Dec 8
All Day

Deadline for UAA/KPC fall 2016 graduation application

Dec. 8 is the deadline to submit UAA/KPC fall 2016 graduation applications.

Fall 2016: Last day of classesCollege Wide
Dec 17
All Day

Fall 2016: Last day of classes

Dec. 17 is the last day of classes for KPC's fall 2016 semester.

Fall 2016: KRC housing check-out deadlineKenai River Campus
Dec 20
All Day

Fall 2016: KRC housing check-out deadline

Residents must be checked out of the KRC ResHall by 12 p.m. on Dec. 20.

Fall 2016: Grades entered by faculty via UAOnlineCollege Wide
Dec 21
All Day

Fall 2016: Grades entered by faculty via UAOnline

Final grades for the fall 2016 semester will be posted on UAOnline on Dec. 21.

KPC closed for winter recessCollege Wide
Dec 24
to
Jan 2
All Day

KPC closed for winter recess

All KPC campuses and extension sites will be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 2 for winter recess.

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This month's KPC Word on Campus

Why is music important to you?

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Photo of Janet Umstead

Music is very important. We hear music from the very beginning of our existence, in the beat of our mother’s heart. It sets the pace or can change our mood just with a beat and a rhythm. We can listen while we read or do our chores, it intensifies a good movie, and we celebrate victories and commemorate defeats. It ties us together. Learning to play an instrument teaches us a different language and makes math and complex tasks easier. I love music.

– Janet Umstead, KRC

Associate of Arts & Associate of Applied Science General Business

Photo of Myles Burton

Music keeps me focused. Different genres help me stay focused depending on what I’m doing. For example, I like to listen to something upbeat when I work out, like hip hop or trap music, and I tend to listen to jazz or R&B when I’m doing my homework. Music is very important to me.

– Myles Burton, KRC

Associate of Applied Science, Process Technology

Photo of Hannah Soplanda

Music is a universal language and has an amazing power to bring people together.

– Hannah Soplanda, KBC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Phillip Hemphill

Music isn’t all that important to me, but I do enjoy listening to it on the radio.

– Phillip Hemphill, AES

Associate of Applied Science, Process Technology

Photo of Pedro Ochoa

Music to me is important because it helps me concentrate before I run a race.

– Pedro Ochoa, KBC

Bachelor of Arts, Justice

Photo of Sadie Sprenger

Music is important to me because it helps me express my emotions and release pent-up emotion that I have that day.

– Sadie Sprenger, KRC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Robert Lopez

There are many reasons that music is important to me. Music is international – it is global. Music creates an emotion that brings people together. Music has a power as strong as gravity.

– Robert Lopez, AES

Associate of Applied Science, Process Technology

Photo of Jaclyn Hall

It reminds me that other people share my same emotions and helps me express them in a healthy way.

– Jaclyn Hall, KBC

Associate of Arts

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