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 email@example.com. More information is available about the UA wide response to Covid-19 at the UA Covid-19 Information website.
Kenai Peninsula College offers University of Alaska Anchorage credit for courses taken through KPC’s Kenai River Campus, Kachemak Bay Campus, and Resurrection Bay Extension Site.
Whether you have a high school student attending our JumpStart program, a first-time freshman, or a returning college student looking for options closer to home, KPC offers excellence in education and student support. Advantages of attending KPC include:
KPC degree-seeking students experience a considerable savings over out-of-state colleges.
Residents of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District can participate in the JumpStart program in their Junior and Senior years of high school. This program, funded by the Kenai Peninsula Borough, supports college-bound high school students with discounted tuition for courses taken through KPC.
KPC students who combine JumpStart and their college courses after high school increase their savings.
Kenai Peninsula Borough JumpStart students who complete 30 credits at JumpStart rates and continue on to attend KPC a second academic year could receive their two-year degree/first two years of college at the following cost (not including fees).
The KRC Residence Hall in Soldotna features a private bedroom with shared living room and kitchen in a quad arrangement, and provides laundry, internet, cable, student activities and security. Learn more about current Res Hall rates.
Keep up on the important dates: registration dates, first/last day of classes, refund dates, campus closure dates, etc. with the Academic Calendar. You can find the calendars under Academics.
FERPA is the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act. College student records contain protected information under federal law, although at times it can be inconvenient for parents to be unable to access their college student’s information. Parents and students with photo ID can complete and submit a waiver to release information to the parents. Parents with photo ID will then be able to have access to student information, as detailed on the Release of Information form.
Students are much more than numbers at KPC. Support is provided by caring, competent professionals in areas that include Counseling & Advising, Rural and Native Student Services, Veteran’s Student Services, Career Services, Financial Aid, Admissions and Registration, Disability Accommodations Support, Tutoring and Testing Services, and at the Kenai River Campus, the Student Health Center and Residence Life staff.