Skip Navigation

All Kenai Peninsula College campus services are available virtually and on campus. Masks are required on campus. For general questions, call 907.262.0300 or email Learn more about UA’s COVID-19 response

© 2019 Kenai Peninsula College. All rights reserved.
University of Alaska Anchorage

Academic Advising

Academic Advising

Success Starts With Your Advisor

Regularly connecting with an advisor is a vital step for students who wish to complete a certificate or degree.

Advising helps you to determine:

  • Your academic goals
  • Advantageous course sequencing
  • Plan for your future

Meet with your advisor at least once a semester prior to registering to prevent problems and graduation delays. 

Advisors help with:

  • Selecting courses
  • Writing petitions and appeals
  • Monitoring progress towards graduation
  • Finding career information
  • Financial aid
  • Academic accommodations for students who experience disabilities

Initially, all students wishing to pursue a degree or vocational certificate meet with a Student and Enrollment Services advisor. You may drop in or make an appointment to see Kim Frost by calling Student and Enrollment Services at 235-1651. Once committed to a program, you may be assigned to a faculty advisor.

Important Note

Knowing and meeting your degree requirements is your responsibility. Students who visit their advisor regularly graduate sooner and with less credits than students who self-advise.


Top ^