Quick Facts

Welcome to Kodiak College, a rural campus of the University of Alaska, Anchorage.


Kodiak College first began operation in the fall of 1968 using local high school facilities.  Director Carolyn Floyd offered eight classes, and student enrollment totaled 95. The first building was constructed in 1972 on the present site of the 50‐acre campus, approximately two miles northeast of the city of Kodiak.


The college is situated on a beautifully wooded 50 acre campus on an island 250 air miles from Anchorage, AK. 

Number of Students


Number of Full-time Faculty


Number of Adjunct Faculty

30-40 each semester

Number of Professional Support Staff



 about 100 each semester


Bachelors degree in Elementary Education.  Associate degrees in at least 7 areas including business, nursing, and accounting.  Certificates in at least 9 different areas including welding, office support, and certified nursing assistant.


Kodiak College has an open enrollment Policy.  Students who meet the following criteria are eligible to enroll for credit at Kodiak College,UAA:

a. Have earned a high school diploma or equivalent GED Certificate.

b. Are high school students who have completed the process and are approved to participate in college courses. 

Specific certificate and degree programs may have additional admissions requirements.  Open admission does not guarantee formal admission to a certificate or degree program.


Kodiak College is fully accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Credits earned at Kodiak College are University of Alaska Anchorage credits.

Campus Resources

Our beautiful campus surrounds classrooms and laboratories with state-of-the-art technology, including video conferencing capabilities, a library linked with UA and national databases as well as over 25,000 resources on site, The Learning Center and Adult Basic Education lab staffed by professional tutors, and quiet computer-equipped study spaces.

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