The College of Rural and Community Development offers occupational endorsements, certificates, associate, bachelor's and graduate degrees entirely through its network of professors and instructors based at rural campuses, Fairbanks, and elsewhere in Alaska. Classes are held at rural campuses or via audio conference, video conference or the internet. 

Note: Not all degrees are available at all campuses. Check with your local campus for more information. Students who enroll in a degree program will be assigned an advisor, generally at the campus which serves that student's geographical area. The advisor will help students meet their general education and degree requirements in a timely fashion, and direct the students to appropriate staff assistance on questions involving financial aid, transcripts, and graduation.

Certificates and Degrees Available

Apply for these Programs

To apply for a College of Rural and Community Development degree program, visit Office of Admissions.