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Kenai Peninsula College buildings are closed at this time. All business is being conducted remotely, or by appointment. Visit the KPC COVID Information Page for information about specific departments and services. For general questions, call 907.262.0330 or email kpc.info@alaska.edu. More information is available about the UA wide response to Covid-19 at the UA Covid-19 Information website.

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Student COVID-19 Relief Funding Now Available

Support for Kenai Peninsula College students experiencing financial difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic is now available on a limited basis.

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KRC offers a full slate of EMS courses!

KRC offers a full slate of EMS courses!

A world class EMS department offers ETT, EMT I, II, III and a Paramedic AAS degree!

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Kachemak Bay: a marine wonderland!

Kachemak Bay: a marine wonderland!

Students from all over the country are enrolling in KBC's Semester by the Bay program.

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Revitalizing AK Native languages is a KPC priority!

Revitalizing AK Native languages is a KPC priority!

Now offering language courses in Dena'ina, Ahtna and Yupik!

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KPC has programs to train operators and instrument techs!

KPC has programs to train operators and instrument techs!

Offering training in a state-of-the-art Career & Tech Center at KRC!

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Recent News

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KPC Employee Photo Contest: Alaskans Rediscover Alaska

This summer KPC held an employee photo contest.

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Announcement

Gary J. Turner to Retire from Kenai Peninsula College

KPC’s Director/ CEO Gary J. Turner announced his retirement, effective August 12, 2021.

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Attention Students!

KPC's Fall Class Schedule has Been Modified

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COVID-19 FAQs for KPC Students

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KPC Counseling and Advising Virtual Office Hours

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Remote Student Support Services at KBC

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Important information about the Kenai River Campus

Kenai River Campus

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Title IX Training Waived

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Major Updates to UA’s COVID-19 Response

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Advancement

KPC Process Tech Students Prepare for Rise in Oil and Gas Industry hiring

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KRC ResHall

KPC Kenai River Campus Residence Hall Goes on 1-Year Hiatus

KPC’s Kenai River Campus, after considerable thought and discussion, has decided to pause residence hall operations June 30 to determine how the campus can move forward in the future.

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This month's KPC Word on Campus

Do you hope to make a life in Alaska, or do you plan on re-locating to the Lower 48, and why?

No plans to leave. I recently moved back to Alaska; I grew up here. 

– ROSE WOHLGEMUM, KBC 

NURSING

Rose Wohlgemum

Due to my current aspirations, I do not see a future for me in Alaska. Although I do love Alaska, my career of choice does not align with me staying in Alaska. 

– BRITNEY STORMS, KRC

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

Britney Storms

I hope to remain in Alaska, but the ravages of age may change my plans in the distant future. Living with the wilderness is a lifelong dream-this is where I belong.

– TRISHA DAVIS, KBC

ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY

Trisha Davis

I hope to stay in Alaska! I want to stay here partially because of my career but also because I like the wild lifestyle of Alaska. 

– BRENNER MUSGRAVE, KRC

PROCESS TECHNOLOGY

Brenner Musgrave

I plan on relocating to the Lower 48. My husband is Coast Guard, so we move every few years. Ultimately, we wouldn't be able to stay in Homer, due to its small job market and high cost of living. We love the people in Alaska, and we're going to miss the friendly and tight-knit community of Homer. 

– CHERI MENDEZ, KBC

COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGLISH, MINOR IN WOMEN'S STUDIES

Cheri Mendez

I hope to stay in Alaska because I love Alaska and particularly the people in it. 

– MACADY MUSGRAVE, KRC

PRE-NURSING

MaCady Musgrave

I hope to make a life in Alaska. This is where I have a daughter. it's a tight-knit community that i can envision raising children in. There is a sense of connection and community here in ways that I haven't found in the Lower 48. It's beautiful here, and you can enjoy being outside. 

– JENNA BROWN, KRC

ACCOUNTING

Jenna Brown
2,417
STUDENTS
11,247
CREDIT HOURS
33
FT FACULTY
25
MEDIAN AGE
14
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
25,000+
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