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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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Sep
two women looking at an Alutiiq ceremonial headpiece in a glass case at the Alutiiq Museum
Academics
KoC Now Offering and AA in AKNS

Kodiak College is now offering an Associate of Arts degree in Alaska Native Studies

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21
Sep
Kodiak College logo below the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce logo
College Wide
KoC Hosts Business After Hours

Kodiak College will host the Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours on Thursday, October 7 from 5:00-6:30 PM

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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.

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Upcoming Events

Calendars

  Kodiak College Strategic Plan 2020 - 2025

Kathrynn Hollis-Buchanan wearing a knitted brimmed hat in a grassy field

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

students learning to take a pulse and blood pressure

Starting in Fall 2022 through a partnership with UAS Sitka, students in Kodiak can earn their accredited Medical Assisting Certificate or a Health Science AAS degree with and MA emphasis without leaving the island.  On October 28th Associate Professor and Medical Assisting Program Director Amy Samuel will visit Kodiak. You can schedule an in-person or virtual advising session with her.

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Study Medical Assisting

Nancy Castro wearing a Kodiak College hoodie

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.

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