Access to the Kodiak College Campus is Restricted

In response to the Kodiak community hunker down order, access to the campus is restricted, but all services are still available virtually. Learn more about the University of Alaska's response to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Welcome to the 2019-20 Academic Year

Benny Benson BuildingWelcome to all Kodiak College newcomers and returning students. Kodiak College (KoC) faculty and staff join me in readying for a great fall semester with the educational opportunities you can have on and off the KoC campus. We are here because of you and other community members who are eager to learn. Post-secondary education takes on various formats and directions at KoC with students headed toward individual goals. Many are interested in earning an Associate's Degree in one of various areas, a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education or in Nursing, a course to extend or support their current career or designation, a class that is just intriguing or fun, a presentation or project that allows for grow with new information, a chance to research something of interest, or simply a place for quiet use of a library with computer access.

Registration for credited courses and certificates as well as stand-alone programs is underway now. The student services team welcomes all questions and appreciates your "need to know" anything that is on your mind. Drop by the campus or call 486-1266 for any information. Classes begin August 26.

Remember this about Kodiak College: From Here You Can Go Anywhere!

Feel free to contact me at anytime through the info listed below.

Best Wishes for a great experience at Kodiak College this year and always.

Betty Walters
Interim Director
(907) 486-1220 (office)
(907) 441-5860 (cell)
(907) 486-6485 (home)