Continuing Education

Community Education Courses/Workshops

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Our Community Education offerings are diverse, short format classes, workshops, and lectures on a variety of topics. Courses range from nature journaling to pickleball to birding to upholstery. We strive to have new and interesting offerings every semester along with community favorites. We appreciate any feedback about past, current, or future offerings.



 Contact the business office at, (907)486-1217 or Mike Trussell at, (907) 486-1238 for help with online registration. 

Please note that the Community Education classes are not eligible for tuition waivers or JumpStart funding.

Would you like to teach a Community Education class for Kodiak College?

We welcome course ideas and from anyone interested in teaching other community members.

  Community Ed Course Proposal


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