Rural Centers

In 1987, the Interior-Aleutians Campus was created by a University of Alaska Fairbanks restructuring process which expanded to include rural areas and produced the College of Rural and Community Development. The Interior-Aleutians Campus became one of five rural campuses within the college.

The Interior-Aleutians Campus is unique among these campuses because it is decentralized throughout the Interior and part of the Aleutian chain. The campus is made up of six former Rural Education Centers. They each serve as the hub of educational services for the surrounding villages.


Aleutian-Pribilof Communities

  • Adak
  • Akutan
  • Atka
  • Cold Bay
  • False Pass
  • King Cove
  • Nelson Lagoon
  • Nikolski
  • Sand Point
  • St. Paul
  • St. George
  • Unalaska/Dutch Harbor

Tok Center Communities
  • Alcan Border
  • Boundary
  • Chicken
  • Dot Lake
  • Eagle
  • Northway
  • Tanacross
  • Tetlin
  • Tok.
  • Chistochina
  • Delta Junction
  • Gakona
  • Mentasta Lake

McGrath Center Communities
  • Anvik
  • Grayling
  • Holy Cross
  • Lake Minchumina
  • Lime Village
  • McGrath
  • Nikolai
  • Shageluk
  • Takotna
  • Telida

Yukon Flats Communities
  • Arctic Village
  • Birch Creek
  • Beaver
  • Central
  • Chalkyitsik
  • Circle
  • Fort Yukon
  • Stevens Village
  • Venetie

Nenana Center Communities
  • Anderson
  • Cantwell
  • Clear
  • Denali Park
  • Healy
  • Livengood
  • Manley Hot Springs
  • Minto
  • Nenana
  • Rampart
  • Tanana

Yukon-Koyukuk Communities
  • Allakaket/Alatna
  • Bettles/Evansville
  • Galena
  • Hughes
  • Huslia
  • Kaltag
  • Koyukuk
  • Nulato
  • Ruby
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