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Fundamentals of Digital Photography

Fundamentals of Digital Photography

Learn the basic mechanics of using your digital camera.Read More
Model Rockets

Model Rockets

Learn how to build and safely launch a model rocketRead More
ABE Success in Kenny Lake and Chitina

ABE Success in Kenny Lake and Chitina

The PWSC's ABE outreach is having great success working in Chitina and Kenny Lake.Read More
Register for Fall Classes

Register for Fall Classes

It's time to register for fall classes if you haven't yet!Read More
Ship Escort/Response Vessel System (SERVS) Program

Ship Escort/Response Vessel System (SERVS) Program

PWSC played an important role in ensuring over 1800 students received 24-hour HAZWOPER cert.Read More
Ceramics: Wheel-Throwing

Ceramics: Wheel-Throwing

These four-week classes will give students an opportunity to concentrate on wheel-throwing techniqueRead More
Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2016

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2016

Prince William Sound College held its graduation ceremony in the atrium on Saturday, April 30.Read More

Important Dates

Important Dates for Students

Aug
25
Thu
2016
Residence Halls Open
Aug 25 all-day

First day to move into student housing is August 25! For more information contact our Residence Life Coordinator, Heather Scarano at hjscarano@alaska.edu, or call 970-834-1600.

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Aug
26
Fri
2016
New Student Orientation
Aug 26 all-day

For more information on New Student Orientation, please contact Student Affairs: 907-834-1600, or studentservices@pwsc.alaska.edu

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Aug
29
Mon
2016
Fall Classes Begin
Aug 29 all-day

Upcoming Continuing Education Classes and Workshops

Jul
28
Thu
2016
Flagger Training Class @ Prince William Sound College, Sugarloaf Hall
Jul 28 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Instructor: Doris Coy

This course is designed to offer flagging skills necessary to individuals who work in the construction field as a flagger, and to those interested in becoming a flagger. By the end of the training, participants will have a complete understanding of the fundamentals of flagging. Ages: 18+

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Last modified: July 22, 2016, modified by Jessica Young