Prince William Sound College | PWSC

  • Prince William Sound College

    Prince William Sound College (PWSC) is a two-year college located in a beautiful Valdez, Alaska, with extension sites in Glennallen and Cordova. PWSC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities through the University of Alaska Anchorage.

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Prince William Sound College student hiking in Alaska

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Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Biology Dr. Amanda Glazier

Amanda Glazier, Ph.D., has joined PWSC as the new Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Biology. Dr. Glazier took some time to tell us about her background and her interest in coming to PWSC and Valdez. 

Welcome, Dr. Glazier!
Salmonberry flower, Valdez, Alaska

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PWSC professors receive the UAA Affordable Materials Award

Congratulations to Associate Professor of English Dr. Dennis Humphrey and Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Rusen Meylani on receiving UAA's Affordable Course Materials Award.

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Prince William Sound College professors on campus infront of the blue emblem
Cherise Beatus is the financial aid advisor at Prince William Sound College in Valdez, Alaska

Cherise Beatus is the financial aid coordinator for Prince William Sound College. Her mission is to help students go into as little debt as possible while financing their education. She is available to help community members and students navigate financing college (even if they're not attending PWSC!)

Financial aid tips and advising 
Sarah King in Wrangell St. Elias National Park

  July has been a busy month for outdoor leadership student Sarah King. She has spent her summer as an intern at Wrangell St. Elias National Park.

Highlights from NPS intern Sarah King