UAF's Community and Technical College offers training and continuing education programs designed to meet employment needs in the trades and professions. In response to individual and community demands, CTC provides academic short courses, non-credit workshops, supervisory skill seminars for local businesses and agencies, and general programs for cultural enrichment. Continuing education units are not considered when calculating enrollment status for the semester. Contact the CTC center for professional development at 907-455-2858 for more information.
Working with other UAF colleges and schools, CTC also provides academic courses during evening hours and on weekends at locations both on and off the Fairbanks campus. Alternative course meeting times and locations are designed to meet the needs of working adults and other students whose commitments to jobs, community or family do not allow them to participate in regular semester-based programs.
Some courses are delivered through video, computer programs and the Internet-based Blackboard, allowing students to progress at their own pace. Students can fulfill general university requirements for the baccalaureate degree through night, weekend and distance-delivered courses. CTC also serves the non-degree student with evening courses for general interest. For information, contact the Community and Technical College at 907-455-2800 or 907-455-2877 (TTY and voice).