KPC Tuition & Fees Overview
While evaluating tuition and fees at KPC, please keep in mind that students are financially responsible for the courses they register for. There is no KPC-initiated drop for a course that a student has not paid for. Students must formally drop a course by submitting a signed and dated drop form within the 100 percent refund period for a tuition refund. See the current semester's academic calendar for the dates.
University policy requires a financial hold be placed on accounts if the student fails to meet their financial obligation. This hold prevents future enrollment, obtaining transcripts, or graduation activity. If a student defaults on their account, they are responsible for the collection, attorney, and legal fees. The University may garnish their Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend under Alaska Statutes 14.40.251 and 42.23.073. Past due student accounts may also be reported to credit bureaus.