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Kodiak College

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    Kodiak College is part of the University of Alaska statewide system of public higher education. The classes you take here are UAA credits.

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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

7
Sep
Student working near a window on a laptop on a library table next to a globe
College Wide
New Sunday Library Hours 2-7pm

The Library will be open from 2pm - 7pm Sunday evenings for the rest of the Fall 2021 semester.

Read Story about New Sunday Library Hours 2-7pm
20
Aug
instructor guiding student welding
Academics
Dual Enrollment for Kodiak High School Students

College-approved high school teachers teach dual enrollment courses at KHS.

Read Story about Dual Enrollment for Kodiak High School Students
7
May
Susan Malutin wearing ceremonial Aluttiq beaded headdress (nacaq in Alutiiq) and doctoral robes
College Wide
Susan Malutin Receives Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from UAA

UAA is proud to bestow an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters on Susan Malutin.

Read Story about Susan Malutin Receives Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from UAA

Upcoming Events

Calendars

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Kodiak College Spotlight

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.

Jacelyn Keys

Jacelyn Keys wearing casual business attire

Need help paying for college or career training?

We're here to support you and offer solutions to make sure that you can balance your busy life and go to school. 

 Remember that 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! 

See a full breakdown of Tuition and Fees at Kodiak College.

For any questions on what documents to bring, please call Nancy Castro at 486-1214.  Hablamos español.

Nancy Castro, Financial Aid Advisor standing in front of spruce tree

 

More facts

By the Numbers

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Average class size
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Number of moose on the island
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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.

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SPECIES OF PACIFIC SALMON RETURN TO KODIAK WATERS
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ISLAND COMMUNITIES OFF THE ROAD SYSTEM