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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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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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KPC: UAA on the Peninsula

KPC has offered quality higher education for more than 53 years!

Professor Alan Boraas and students in a Dena'ina language class practicing writing the language

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!

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

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Upcoming Events  


Campus Director community interview: Scot HaynesKachemak Bay Campus
 Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Closed Captioning in Kaltura Kenai River Campus
Sep 25

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Closed Captioning in Kaltura

Have videos that need to be captioned? Come learn how to use a built-in feature in Kaltura to add closed captions to all your videos! This workshop will be…

Campus Director community interview: Reid BrewerKachemak Bay Campus
Faculty Workshop: Improving Student Success with Open Educational ResourcesFaculty Events/Workshops
Sep 28

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Faculty Workshop: Improving Student Success with Open Educational Resources

What can faculty do at a time when students are struggling with degree completion and course enrollment are declining? Open Educational Resources can be one way…

Campus Director community interview: John GarmonKachemak Bay Campus
Faculty:  Engaged Learning Discussion, Blackboard Grade CenterFaculty Events/Workshops
Oct 17

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Faculty: Engaged Learning Discussion, Blackboard Grade Center

Join the ETT Staff as we explore the ins and outs of the Blackboard Grade Center! This workshop will be from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., Oct. 17, at KRC CTEC, and KBC location…

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Closed Captioning in YouTubeKachemak Bay Campus, Anchorage Extension Site
Spring 2019 schedule is now available on UAOnlineCollege Wide
Oct 29
All Day

Spring 2019 schedule is now available on UAOnline

The spring 2018 class schedule is available at UAOnline. Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor…

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Closed Captioning in YouTubeKenai River Campus
Oct 30

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Closed Captioning in YouTube

Have videos that need to be captioned? Come to learn how to use a built-in feature in YouTube to add closed captions to all your videos! This workshop will be from…

Last day for student-initiated withdrawCollege Wide
Nov 2
All Day

Last day for student-initiated withdraw

Today is the last day for student-initiated withdraw. Students considering withdrawing from a class are encouraged to contact their instructor and advisor. 

$175 late payment fee assessedCollege Wide
Nov 5
All Day

$175 late payment fee assessed

A $175 late payment fee will be assessed today for any outstanding tuition and/or fees. 

Spring 2019 priority registration: veteran studentsCollege Wide
Nov 9
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: veteran students

Veteran students may register today, walk-in/paper only. For more information contact…

Spring 2019 priority registration: seniorsCollege Wide
Nov 12
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: seniors

Admitted seniors (90+ credits) may register starting today.

Spring 2019 priority registration: juniorsCollege Wide
Nov 13
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: juniors

Admitted juniors (60-89 credits) may register starting today.

Spring 2019 priority registration: sophomores
Nov 14
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: sophomores

Admitted sophomores (30-59 credits) may register starting today.

Spring 2019 priority registration: freshmenCollege Wide
Nov 15
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: freshmen

Admitted freshmen (0-29 credits) may register starting today.

Spring 2019 priority registration: students with pending spring admission applicationCollege Wide
Nov 19
All Day

Spring 2019 priority registration: students with pending spring admission application

Students with pending spring admission applications may register starting today. 

Faculty: Engaged Learning Discussion, Adaptive Release Faculty Events/Workshops
Nov 20

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Faculty: Engaged Learning Discussion, Adaptive Release

Join the ETT Staff as we explore what the Adaptive Release feature of Blackboard can do for you! This discussion will take place from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., Nov. 20,…

Non-teaching dayCollege Wide
Nov 21
All Day

Non-teaching day

Today is a non-teaching day, no classes will be held. 

KPC/UAA closed for the Thanksgiving HolidayCollege Wide
Nov 22
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Nov 23
All Day

KPC/UAA closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday

All campuses will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday, Nov. 22 and 23. 

Spring 2019 registration open
Nov 26
All Day

Spring 2019 registration open

Registration for Spring 2019 is now open to the general public. 

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, PresentationsKenai River Campus
Nov 27

10:31 AM - 11:30 AM

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, Presentations

Come learn how to create accessible presentations! This workshop will be from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., Nov. 27, at KRC Ward 120.   

Faculty and Staff: Simply Accessible Workshop, PresentationsKachemak Bay Campus
Deadline for UAA/KPC Fall 2018 graduation applicationCollege Wide
Dec 7
All Day

Deadline for UAA/KPC Fall 2018 graduation application

Today is the deadline for Fall 2018 graduation applications. For more information, see the

Last day of fall classes College Wide
Dec 8
All Day

Last day of fall classes

Good luck on finals!

Finals WeekCollege Wide
Dec 10
All Day

Finals Week

Finals will take place December 10 -15. Good luck students! 

KRC Residence Hall fall check-out Kenai River Campus
Dec 16
All Day

KRC Residence Hall fall check-out

Make sure to check out by 5 p.m. today!  For more information, about living at KRC, check out 

Winter BreakCollege Wide
Dec 16
All Day

Winter Break

Winter break will be Dec. 16, 2018, to Jan. 13, 2019. No classes will be held during the break. 

Grades entered by faculty via UAOnlineCollege Wide
Dec 19
All Day

Grades entered by faculty via UAOnline

Grades are entered by faculty today on UAOnline.  

Grades available to view at UAOnlineCollege Wide
Dec 20
All Day

Grades available to view at UAOnline

Grades are available to view at UAOnline today. Congratulations on…

Campus closed for winter holidays College Wide
Dec 24
All Day

Campus closed for winter holidays

All KPC campuses will be closed for winter break Dec. 24 to Jan. 1. 

First day senior citizens can register using tuition waivers  College Wide
Jan 14
All Day

First day senior citizens can register using tuition waivers

Attention senior citizens, today is the first day of registering using tuition waivers. For more information about senior citizen tuition waivers…

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Recent News  


Long-time Kenai Peninsula College-Kachemak Bay Campus Director to Retire.

Advancement

This just in!

Long-time Kenai Peninsula College-Kachemak Bay Campus Director to Retire.

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Join adjunct instructor Elder Sassa Peterson for a journey into the ancient language of the indigenous Yup'ik people.

Learn the language of the Yup'ik!

Coming this fall semester!

Join adjunct instructor Elder Sassa Peterson for a journey into the ancient language of the indigenous Yup'ik people.

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Join adjunct instructors Elder Helen Dick, Andrea Ivanoff and Joel Isaak for a journey into the ancient language of the indigenous Dena'ina people.

Learn the language of the Dena'ina!

Coming this fall semester!

Join adjunct instructors Elder Helen Dick, Andrea Ivanoff and Joel Isaak for a journey into the ancient language of the indigenous Dena'ina people.

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This month's KPC Word on Campus

What are your summer plans, and do they include taking any KPC summer classes?

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Photo of Kirby Calderwood

I plan on taking summer classes full time, while working part-time. I also plan on having family come visit me during the summer.

– Kirby Calderwood, KBC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Abigail Erwin

I want to take summer classes, but I will be working at Frames & Things.

– Abigail Erwin, KRC

Undeclared

Photo of Nathan Grilley

I will be spending the summer with my family and friends while working.

– Nathan Grilley, KRC

Bachelor of Science, Applied Technologies Leadership

Photo of Dennis Sweitzer

I can't take summer classes due to financial reasons, so I will be working to save money.

– Dennis Sweitzer, KRC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Bridget Doran,

I will not be able to take any summer classes this year. I will be commercial fishing for part of the summer and making money so I can continue classes in the fall!

– Bridget Doran,, KBC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Tara Findlay

Lots of fishing, foraging, and hiking, and yes, school. I will be taking two five-week online classes to finish my AA!

– Tara Findlay, KBC

Associate of Arts

Photo of Ethan Dunn

I will not be taking any KPC classes because I will be at Army basic training.

– Ethan Dunn, KRC

Undeclared

Photo of Duncan Partridge

I am planning on going to a religious summer camp. I have no plans for KPC summer classes.

– Duncan Partridge, KBC

Associate of Arts

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