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
I am working on a fishing boat in Juneau. I will at UAA in the fall.
– Hannah Ferguson, KBC
associate of arts, undeclared
I'll be commercial gill netting in Prince William Sound. I am returning to KPC in the fall. I've already registered for classes.
– Martin Molodih, KBC
bachelor of science, health sciences
The plane tickets are bought for Michigan where my recently widowed sister is in need of a home. While building her home, I will take an online summer class at KPC. When I return to KPC in the fall, I will finish my bachelor's degree in human services with a minor in substance abuse. Spring 2018 begins my endeavor towards my master's degree in executive leadership. This journey will be continued at University of Hawaii, Hilo. When I return to Nikiski with my master's degree in hand, I will open a local business and give back to the community.
– Cheryl Tuttle, KRC
bachelor science, human services
For summer, I'm going to be working for the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies. I'll be running the Yurt on the Spit, where they have the Spit Kids program and kids come to explore the beach and harbor and do crafts. I won't be returning to KPC in the fall since I'll be finished with my pre-nursing classes. I'm applying to UAA and other schools outside Alaska.
– Leah Thon, KBC
bachelor of science, pre-nursing
My plans for summer break are to take a psychology class, and I plan to be working all summer. I do plan to return to KPC in the fall, and I'm really excited about it!
– Halen Wells, KRC
bachelor of science, natural sciences
I plan this summer to go home and take a nap. Get up and find a king-sized snickers bar. Then I'm going to eat it; with that energy I am going to work. I may go fishing or camping. Then go back to work because I like money. I may come back to KPC as a part-time student in the fall.
– Jeremiah Hudson, KRC