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KPC represented at 2014 Soldotna Progress Days Parade
Staff, faculty and students from KPC's Kenai River Campus recently represented the college in the 2014 Soldotna Progress Days Parade. They had a great time and enjoyed interacting with the community, as always! Did you know that KPC is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year?
Share your photos with the KPC community
Do you have photos you're proud of? Share them with the KPC community by e-mailing them to the KPC Advancement office at The photos may be featured in the daily e-newsletter (the "kpcWORD"), on KPC's Facebook page, and on the KPC website. Photo provided by Iris Fontana.
KPC celebrates 50th anniversary

On July 1, 2014, staff and faculty at KPC's Kenai River Campus raised KPC Founding Director Clayton Brockel's U.S. Flag (that was given to Brockel when he was discharged from the army on Aug. 2, 1946) to commemorate KPC's July 1, 1964 founding and in memory of Director Brockel. The flag was lowered on July 2 and placed in the KPC time capsule with instructions for the flag to be flown again on July 1, 2064.

Welcome to KPC!
KPC's Kenai River Campus is located in Soldotna on the banks of the Kenai River on more than 300 wooded acres and with an enrollment of over 2,000 students each semester, students will find a real sense of community on the campus. Small classes, individual attention and highly qualified faculty give the campus a private college feel! Come by and register for classes today.
  • It's time for students (admitted into degree or certificate programs) to plan for next semester and be ready to register for classes on the day (at 12:01 a.m.) they're eligible. KPC's enrollment continues to rise and competition for class seats is high. Currently, veteran students, seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen and pending degree-seeking students can register. The general public can register online at 12:01 a.m. on Nov. 24. Students are encouraged to seek advising to be sure they are on course for graduation in the least amount of time possible.
  • KPC is looking to hire an exceptional individual to teach the Certified Nurse's Aide course part-time at our Kenai River Campus in Soldotna. Required qualifications include the following: an RN degree (minimum), at least two years of nursing experience (of which at least one year is in the provision of a long-term care facility) and completion of a course in teaching adults and/or experience in teaching adults or supervising nurse aides. Interested? Visit our website and apply to the adjunct job posting! For further information, please contact 262-0317.
  • KPC students who have taken BIOL A115 but have not taken BIOL A116 are asked to read the following important message regarding this course sequence:

    KPC advises that students should complete BIOL A116 this spring if they need a full-year of 'Fundamentals of Biology.' After this spring, students majoring in biology will need to complete a one semester, six credit course (BIOL A108) instead of BIOL A115/A116.

    Questions? Contact an academic advisor or KPC Student Services at 262-0330.

  • KPC community, please note that a newly instituted facilities fee of $2 per credit will become active in the spring 2015 semester. The fee will increase to $4 per credit in fall 2015 and $6 per credit in spring 2016. To learn more about this fee, please view this document.
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