Academic Resources and Hours
Please call ahead to ensure availability.
- The Learning Center Hours
Meet with a tutor on campus or in real-time virtually
On campus tutoring is back! And FREE online tutoring continues to be available with a variety of appointment times throughout the week, including Sunday afternoons. For on campus appointments, please observe current Kodiak College Covid-19 requirements (such as masking and physical distancing) and, if you have questions, just ask! While drop-in appointments are available, times are limited and we suggest scheduling an appointment ahead of time.
Uncomfortable with technology?
Visit our help page for more information, give us a call at (907) 486 - 1203, and/or make an appointment and our tutors will be happy to assist and help you get comfortable during your initial visit. As always, our goal is your long-term success.
- Test Center Hours
The Kodiak College Test Center is an official testing site for all University of Alaska courses (free of charge) and for Universities outside Alaska. In addition, the Kodiak College Test Center is certified to offer a wide variety of industry (e.g. ASE, CATS/FAA, and AK DEC Water Treatment) and national standardized tests (e.g. PRAXIS, GRE, LSAT).
*Testing by appointment only*
Appointments available Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-4pm
Evening Hours available. Must be scheduled at least 24 hours before requested test date. Test Center hours may change. Check the Test Center calendar for most current hours. Make an appointment now.
- Business Office & Bookstore Hours
Besides textbooks, the Bookstore has a variety of items for sale, including food, gifts, clothes and more. The business office is also where you can pay your tuition and get help with your student account.
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm
*Open until 7pm Monday - Thursday during first two weeks of the Fall and Spring semester*
Questions: 907-486-1242 or 907-486-1216
- Student Services Hours
Helping students with applying, registering, financial aid, and advising
Monday - Friday
- Carolyn Floyd Library Hours
The Kodiak College Library supports students and staff with research needs and accessing online resources. The library houses an extensive physical collection including a catalog of Kodiak literature, as well as providing comfortable study spaces for individuals and groups, along with computers, scanning and printing.
- Adult Education Information
The Kodiak Regional Adult Education program offers adults the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge for education, employment, and citizenship; to increase self-image and self-direction; and to progress toward future personal, career, training, and/or college goals.
September - Mid-May
Monday - Friday, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Wednesday, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm