The Kenai River Campus is committed to helping students succeed by offering a variety of resources. In addition to online resources, students should not hesitate to consult with their instructors or with an adviser if they are having any difficulties with their classes. KRC is known for faculty and staff who give students any help they may need to navigate the college experience. View KPC's list of programs to find a specific adviser.
Tutoring is available, free of charge, at the Kenai River Campus Learning Center. Tutoring subject matter and tutoring sessions are provided on a set schedule which changes each semester. For more information, call the Learning Center at (907) 262-0327.
Disabled Student Services
KRC students with documented temporary or permanent disabilities, including learning and physical disabilities, receive specialized support services which can include: note takers, test accommodations, readers, adaptive equipment, sign language interpreters, mobility aids and specialized tutoring. Referrals can be made through local agencies, Student Services or by self-referral.
The OWL is staffed by KPC faculty and student tutors. This website addresses issues related to writing: the writing process, essay format, paragraph development, documentation, grammar, and basic writing tips. This site provides students with the opportunity to dialog with a trained tutor about their written work.
The OML is designed to help students plan for and achieve success in their mathematics courses. There are dedicated tutors who help students who are preparing for a test, struggling with homework or having to learn a new or difficult concept. The OML has many options available to assist students including email hints, pencasts and eLive online tutoring. There are also helpful links to external sites that offer many offering free online tools and pilot diagnostic programs to help students prepare for success, all backed up by talented face to face tutors at the KRC Learning Center.