In part, for her dedication to reawakening and revitalizing skin sewing in the traditional forms of the Alutiiq people, and generously sharing her creativity, artistry, and culture in a Alaska and beyond, UAA is proud to bestow an Honorary Doctorate of the Human Letters on Susan Malutin.Read Story about Susan Malutin Receives Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from UAA
Kodiak College continues to function primarily via alternate course delivery, remote work, and controlled access to campus facilities. Campus services are available virtually and face-to-face by appointment. Please contact us if you have any questions. Learn more about UAA's COVID-19 response. Check on current eligibility for the vaccine.
Kodiak College celebrates its 2021 graduates!Read Story about Kodiak College 2021 Commencement Video
To raise awareness about the human rights issue of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), Kodiak College is hosting a lunchtime conversation with Sugpiaq artist and community member Hanna Sholl.Read Story about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: A Conversation
Equipment & Accessories for Loan
If you need resources to use while working from off campus, Kodiak College has a limited number of computers and accessories available for loan to students on a case-by-case basis during the change of university operations due to COVID-19.
Help with a Connection
Through the generous funding of the Lumina Foundation and WICHE, Kodiak College is pleased to be able to assist with technology and related needs for American Indian and Alaska Native students. Use the apply button above.
Need help paying for college or career training?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now available. Filling out the FAFSA gives you access to grants, scholarships and other types of financial aid. Filling out the FAFSA might seem complicated, but you can get help!
For any questions on what documents to bring, please call Nancy Castro at 486-1214.
Registration Open for Fall Classes