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Robyn Callahan

Robyn Callahan Kodiak College graduate

Robyn Callahan earned her General Education Diploma (GED) at Kodiak College in 1993. She completed her Associate of Arts Degree from Kodiak College in 2013, and is currently enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Liberal Studies Degree at UAS, with concentrations in sociology and Alaska Native Studies, and a minor in anthropology.

Robyn is proud of conquering algebra with Jesse Mickelson, and thankful he made the experience entertaining. She remembers her very first KoC course in Spring of 1994 -- PSY 111 with Dr. Jo Johnson and the letter of recommendation Dr. Johnson wrote after Robyn completed the course. The letter served “as a constant encouragement to not give up my desire to earn a college degree, and even though it was almost 20 years old, it helped me earn the position at KoC that made finishing my degree possible.” Robyn was the Financial Aid and Scholarship Coordinator, from Spring 2011 to Aug 2015 and is currently the Registrar and Admissions Advisor from Aug 2015 to Dec 2018.

She loves seeing students and classmates succeed despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. She is also grateful for the family-like support network at Kodiak College as she has pursued educational and professional goals.