Kodiak College is part of the University of Alaska statewide system of public higher education. In 1987 it changed from its previous designation as a community college to an extended college of the University of Alaska Anchorage.
With a local focus and global connections, Kodiak College is a student-centered, vibrant community of learners.
Kodiak College, UAA, puts students first through innovative teaching, individualized support, and responsive service to community needs.
Kodiak College offers numerous academic credit courses that lead to occupational endorsement and undergraduate certificates and associate degrees and may be transferred to other colleges. In addition to traditional campus courses, there are a variety of alternative course formats including web-based, self-paced, and synchronous elearning courses. Academic, vocational, recreational and personal enrichment courses provide a wide array of choices for Kodiak College students. Kodiak College also provides outreach services to the U.S. Coast Guard, Kodiak Senior Center, local schools and the rural communities of Kodiak.
Coordination with other agencies broadens the programs of instruction available to local adults. Specialized courses and workshops are provided in cooperation with agencies such as the Kodiak Island Borough School District, Kodiak Area Native Association, the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center, the U.S. Coast Guard, Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, Chamber of Commerce and others.
Rebecca Skinner, Chair (2020) Susan Payne, Vice-Chair (2017) Pam Foreman (2018) Linda Lance (2018) Ginny Shank (2018) Aaron Walton (2020) KHS Student (vacant) Non-Voting Attendees Dr. Bob Foy, KIBSD Representative
Kahryn Buchanan, Kodiak College Student Government
Alan Fugleberg, Director
Bobbie Ivanoff, Note taker
Rebecca Skinner, Chair (2020)
Susan Payne, Vice-Chair (2017)
Pam Foreman (2018)
Linda Lance (2018)
Ginny Shank (2018)
Aaron Walton (2020)
KHS Student (vacant)
Dr. Bob Foy, KIBSD Representative