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.

Resources Available at Kodiak College

Kodiak College spring 2020 classes are continuing in alternative formats including online and by videoconferencing, but you may be wondering about campus services?  While stopping by Student Services or the Learning Center won’t be the same as a few weeks ago, rest assured that there are still plenty of people available to help you.  The information below gives you an update on Kodiak College campus departments, student resources, and academic support and is current as of March 30, 2020 at noon.

The withdrawal deadline for the spring 2020 semester has been extended Friday, April 10.  Students are encouraged to seek academic and financial aid advising before they withdraw from courses since successful completion of courses is necessary to receive some financial aid and to continue to make progress toward your academic goals.  Looking ahead, registration for the summer 2020 semester is happening now and the fall 2020 course schedule is available for viewing through UAOnline. Priority registration for most Kodiak College students will begin April 7 & 8. 

All on campus events are cancelled until further notice.

Although campus services are moving to remote delivery, we are here to help you successfully complete the spring semester and move forward into fall. If you have any questions, email us at studentservices@kodiak.alaska.edu or call 907-486-1266. If we don’t answer the phone, please leave a message so we can call you back as soon as possible. It is our intention to respond to inquiries within 24 hours Monday through Friday. Please check your email, the Kodiak College website regularly as updates are happening with some frequency. We wish you well and look forward to seeing you on campus again once the crisis has passed.