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Monday, April 22, 2019
"Find your place at KPC."

2019 's Earth Day theme is 'protect our species.'

Gwich'in -Nakhwal'in shoo ihłii
English - I'm happy to see you
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KPC Photo of the Day
Gorilla holding some greens.
Smelling the flowers Photographer:  Martha Lucia Morgan
Posted: April 22, 2019
Spring cleanup at KRC today!
Sign with a drawing of person putting trash in a trash can. It's Spring clean up at KRC at 11:30 a.m., today, Earth Day, April 22! Stop by the Student Union to pick up yellow bags provided the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce and gloves to help clean up Poppy Lane and College Road.
Posted: April 22, 2019
Register for the Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference

Kachemak Bay Writers Conference logoThe 2019 Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference will be held June 14-18 at Lands End Resort, Homer. This nationally recognized writing conference features workshops, readings and panel presentation in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and the business of writing. This year's keynote speaker is Diane Ackerman, award-winning poet, essayist and naturalist.

Advanced registration is required.

The conference fee is:
▪ $350 for admitted students of the University of Alaska
▪ $395 until May 1
▪ $425 May 2-June 13
▪ $450 June 14-space available

The conference fee includes entry to all conference activities including opening dinner, workshops, and luncheons.

Learn more about the conference.

Register online!

Posted: April 19, 2019
KPC is offering face-to-face and web blended classes this summer

Want to take a face-to-face class this summer? KPC is offering several face-to-face and blended classes this summer.

Some of those classes include:

▪ Writing and the Professions, WRTG A212
▪ Env Health Research, BIOL A198
▪ Intro to General Chemistry Lab, CHEM A103L
▪ Introduction to Organic/ Biochem Lab, CHEM A104L
▪ General Chemistry II Lab, CHEM A106L
▪ Creativity Early Childhood, EDEC A106
▪ Intermediate Algebra, MATH A105
▪ Physical Science Lab, PHYS A115L

Check out the list of summer classes.

For more information, call 907.262.0330.

Posted: April 17, 2019
End-of-year BBQ at KRC!

hamburger being cooked on a grillStudents, staff and, faculty, join KRC’s Student Union for an end-of-year BBQ with live music by the Pepper Shakers from 12-3 p.m., April 25, at the KRC ResHall. There will be hamburgers, hot dogs, and side dishes provided by FireHouse BBQ.

Celebrate the end of the semester!

Posted: April 17, 2019
Upcoming Board of Regents meeting

UA logoThe next Board of Regents meeting will be held from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., May 9 and will focus on budget and restructuring.

The meeting will be available via livestream.

Posted: April 17, 2019
Graduation sale at the KRC Bookstore

People standing on a hill at sunset throwing their graduation caps in the airStop by the Bookstore between April 15- May 6 and save!

The sale includes:
▪ KPC logo items 20% off
▪ Bags 30% off
▪ Bargain Books 50% off
▪ Bar charts 30% off
▪ Burt’s Bees 15% off
▪ Native Northwest 20% off
▪ Quotables 15% off
▪ Sale rack 50% off

The sale excludes textbooks and supplies.

Posted: April 19, 2019
KRC Open House a success!

Two people sitting an informational table for the CNA program and the Health CenterKRC held an open house from 4-7 p.m., last night, April 18. There were informational tables set up in the McLane Commons and informational sessions about degree programs were held in classrooms around campus.

A big thank you to all the staff and faculty that helped to make this event a success!

Posted: April 17, 2019
UA President Johnsen confirms continued tuition reductions for select occupational endorsement certificates

Three correction officers with the word correctionPresident Johnsen has made the following announcement, "Until further notice, it is my intent to continue the 25 percent tuition reduction to tuition for courses in selected occupational endorsement and career and technical education (CTE) programs. The discount will apply to more than 300 courses in 50 programs. I continue to believe that part of the reason Alaska has such a low post-secondary going rate is tied to our relative high tuition for community campus programs. This tuition reduction is intended to mitigate this barrier to entry."

The programs that this tuition rate affects at KPC is the corrections occupational endorsement certificate.

President Johnsen has also announced that he will not make a decision on increasing tuition rates for 2021-22 until he can meet with students in September and make a recommendation to the Board of Regents in November.

Posted: April 17, 2019
The Census 2020 office is now open and hiring in Alaska!

United States Census bureau logoThe Census Bureau is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers and supervisory staff. Candidates must be a least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

Learn more or apply online.

Watch a short video about being a census taker.

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