Expansion of Campus and Services

The Bristol Bay Campus in Dillingham, Alaska features modern facilities for academic and vocational training.  In addition, plans are in the works to renovate the NAPA building which was purchased in June 2010.   Renovations are estimated to begin in the spring of 2012 with plans to house the Allied Health, Nursing, Environmental Science, and Sustainable Energy programs.

The Student Services Department is available to assist with tutoring, advising, financial aid, admissions, registration, testing, and a host of other areas.

The Bristol Bay Campus is working in partnership with local entities to provide vocational/technical training to the residents of Bristol Bay. Building maintenance and repair, carpentry, welding, technology, and small business development are opportunities offered by the Campus and its two satellite centers in King Salmon and Togiak. Additional coursework is provided in villages with a traveling computer lab and a traveling construction lab. A welding center in Dillingham has increased capabilities and offerings in the welding field (i.e., shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, and gas tungsten arc welding).

The Adult Basic Education (ABE/GED) Program is a vital part of the Bristol Bay Campus. It provides adult basic education through high school level for Bristol Bay adults and serves as a gateway for many students into higher education and vocational training.

A growing interest in environmental issues resulted in the development of an on-site environmental science lab in Dillingham. Students participate in developing research projects, data collection and analysis, and present their findings at local, regional, statewide, and international conferences.

Other programs include technical preparation with high schools and dual credit courses that provide additional opportunities for rural high school students in their home communities.

Please contact us for any information on programs or services.

Bristol Bay Campus Important Dates

Registration Opens
(payment is due at registration)

November 22

Book mailing startsNovember 23

Last Day of registration 

January 7

Late Registration
($40 Express Mail Fee – per class)
January 10 to January 14

Late Registration
$50 Late Fee; $40 Express Mail Fee (per class)

January 18 to January 24
First Day of InstructionJanuary 18

Deadline for 100% Refund of Tuition an UA Fee

January 24

Late Registration
$100 Late Fee; $40 Express Mail Fee (per class)

January 25 to January 31

Last Day for 50% Refund of Tuition
(no refund on fees)

January 31

Last Day to Apply for Spring 2011 Graduation

February 15

Progress Reports Due

February 25

Spring Break (No Classes)

March 14 to March 18
Deadline to apply for Summer GraduationMarch 15
University HolidayMarch 18
Last Day of InstructionMay 2
Final ExamsMay 3 to May 4
Spring 2011 BBC GraduationMay 7 - 2:00pm
Faculty Deadline to Post GradesBy noon May 18
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