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Kodiak College

  • Open Registration for Spring 2022

    Classes begin January 10. Use the Searchable Schedule to learn what classes are available this spring at Kodiak College.

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COVID-19 Information

Kodiak College is open to provide services for students. Masks are required in all KoC facilities and classrooms.  Campus services are available virtually and face-to-face.. Please contact us if you have any questions. Learn more about UAA's COVID-19 response

Recent News

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Paint a Petroglyph

Create some Alutiiq style artwork in the Campus Center in honor of Alaska Native/American Indian Heritage Month.

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Kodiak Island Scholarship Fair Logo: a illustrated windmill on top of a mountain
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Kodiak Island Scholarship Fair

The Kodiak Island Scholarship Fair will host an online fair Friday, November 19 at 6:00 PM

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College Wide
FAFSA Workshop Nights

There will be 2 FAFSA Workshops to help students file the free application to be eligible for financial assistance. Sessions will be held at Kodiak College, Wednesday, 11/10 6-8PM and at KHS, Tuesday, 11/30 4-6PM

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Upcoming Events


  Kodiak College Strategic Plan 2020 - 2025

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Spotlight invites you to learn about Kodiak College employees--who they are, what they're up to when they aren't teaching, how they engage in the community, what favorite books, music, podcasts or shows they recommend, what inspires and motivates them, and what strengths and experience they bring to campus. 

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Kodiak College Spotlight

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Kodiak College students can now earn an Associate of Arts in Alaska Native Studies! This degree provides a critical and dynamic perspective on Alaska Native cultures, histories, politics and organizations. It also gives students the opportunity to gain cultural knowledge useful for work in higher education, in Alaska-based businesses, and in employment with Alaska Native organizations.

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AA in AK Native Studies

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It's the number one question when deciding to go to college: what's it going to cost? We're here to support you and offer solutions to make sure that you can balance your busy life and go to school. For any questions on what documents to bring, please call Nancy Castro at 486-1214.  Hablamos español.

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Degrees and certificates

Bachelor's degrees in Nursing, Elementary Education and Special Education. Associate degrees in Business, Accounting and Welding Technology. Certificates in Welding, Alutiiq Language, and Certified Nursing Assistant.