The fall 2020 semester will occur primarily via alternate course delivery, remote work, and controlled access to campus facilities. Campus services are available virtually and face-to-face by appointment. Please contact us if you have questions. Learn more about UAA's COVID-19 response.
Kodiak College's eLearning offerings are a unique alternative to traditional on-campus learning. Online & distance courses allow students from around the city or around the globe to learn, using the latest interactive web and video technologies, without the limits of place.
Step 1: Learn about the difference between online and face-to-face classes
View the video below or see this page for the differences
Step 2: Still not sure? Take the Smarter Measure Self-Assessment
View the video below for instructions on how to sign up for the Smarter Measure assessment. It will assess your technical skills, learning styles, lifestyle factors, and basic computer knowledge.
Step 3: Talk with an Advisor
After you have thought about the choices, always check with your advisor and then look for classes that meet your needs and interests.
Step 4: Register for an eLearning class
Most students register for classes by logging in to UAOnline. Contact the Kodiak College Registrar for help with online registration. Paper registration forms will be accepted the week before classes begin each semester. Senior citizens and High School Students have additional requirements for registration.
- How to prepare for eLearning classes
- Additional resources available to eLearners
- What are some tips for being a successful eLearner?
- How to connect to Kodiak College and the community
- How do you take an exam in your eLearning course?
If you are required to take an exam at a testing center and have access to Kodiak College, visit the Testing Center webpage and make an appointment with the testing center.
If you are not in Kodiak but located in Alaska, you can take the exam from a list of preapproved sites found within this proctor request form.
If you are not located near a UAA exam site, you can use the Alternate Proctor Request Form to select an alternate proctor.
- Contact Student Services
- Student Services Webpage
- email: Koc-ServicesWorker@kodiak.alaska.edu
- phone: 907-486-1266
- Fax: 907-486-1264
- Technical skills pretty rusty?
For registration questions, contact Student Services or email
Koc-ServicesWorker@kodiak.alaska.edu or 907-486-1264.