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Secondary School Registration Process

 To complete the registration process at Kodiak College, UAA, high school students must:

  1. Read through the Secondary School Registration Information available from UAA.
  2. Obtain Parent and/or Guardian Approval
  3. Obtain signed approval from the local area School District designee
  4. Obtain signed approval of the course instructor. Faculty signature only indicates permission to register and attend; this is not a guarantee of admittance into a closed (full) course.
  5. Submit completed forms to the Kodiak College Registrar or Academic Counselor
  6. To qualify for the JumpStart tuition rate, students must:
    Attend Orientation – 6pm the Wednesday before Spring and Fall classes start
  7. Submit approved placement test scores to Student Services.  The Accuplacer Test can be taken at the Kodiak College Testing Center (907-486-1232).

Once approved, students may register on a space available basis.  Priority is given to adult students.

Enrollment guidelines for qualified secondary school students are as follows:

  • Enrollment in College courses may not exceed seven (7) credits per semester
  • Prerequisites for the courses must be met
  • Courses must be at the 200 level or lower (exceptions must be approved by the course instructor, department chair, and Director, or designee)
  • Students must pay all tuition, course, and student fees
  • Students must adhere to Kodiak College, UAA policies and procedures found in the Catalog
  • Students must attain a grade of at least “C” (2.00 on a 4.00 scale) from each Kodiak College, UAA course to receive permission to register for future semesters

The registration process at Kodiak College, UAA requires that secondary students and their parents/guardians understand the Secondary Student and Parent/Guardian Agreement, which states that:

  • the University will not act in a parental or supervisory role

  • a secondary student who registers in University courses is fully responsible for complying with all policies and procedures of the University.  This includes being aware of and adhering to the University Student Code of Conduct

  • a permanent University disciplinary record is established for all students who are found responsible for violating the Code of Conduct

  • courses taken will establish an official transcript that will follow the student throughout the student’s college and/or university career. This may impact future admissions and/or ability to graduate with honors.

  • regardless of age, FERPA rights are transferred to student upon registration.

  • Parents/Guardians will not be able to conduct business on students’ behalf or access student records without submitting the appropriate student information release or proxy registration documents (must be done annually). This includes but is not limited to access to grades, registration history and/or financial information.

  • a student must complete the necessary paperwork at Student Services to drop or withdraw from a course if they decide not to attend. Failure to do so may result in a failing grade and/or financial obligations including late fees. Simply informing the instructor is insufficient.

  • a secondary student who registers in University courses is responsible for maintaining at least a “C” grade point average in order to register for additional college level credit (2.00 on a 4.00 scale).

  • university work is much more rigorous and much less guided than secondary education course work.

  • adult themes and diverse perspectives are essential to University materials and discourse.

  • a parent or guardian may not attend a course for which their secondary student is registered unless and until the parent or guardian is also officially registered for the course.

  • The University reserves the right to deny or discontinue the enrollment of a student in a course or courses if the University determines that the student lacks the maturity, the legal or intellectual ability or the academic preparedness to participate on an equal footing with other students, or if it is otherwise not in the legitimate interest of the University for the student to participate.