The University of Alaska is currently dealing with challenges due to the governor’s budget. There have been multiple conflicting reports about how this will affect Prince William Sound College. There are still many unknowns, but here are some important clarifications.
PWSC alumni Daniel-Charles Rewis recently graduated from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Daniel hopes to continue his education and pursue a law degree so that he can one day practice as an attorney. For Daniel, PWSC was just the beginning, the first step forward toward his goals.
Phylicia is graduating this August from Prince William Sound College (PWSC) with an Associate of Arts in General Studies and will continue her education at University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) where she plans to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
Yosselyn started her college education in 2005, but it was postponed due to life circumstances. In 2017, she decided to go back to school and this May she graduated with her Associate of Arts.
Kaela Gaylord is spending her summer as a Prince William Sound College (PWSC) intern with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment (WISE)
PWSC is building a tiny home and is inviting anyone in the community to join us!
Emily Humphrey is a recent graduate of PWSC. This summer she is participating in an internship at the Crooked Creek Information Site.
After Kelly Brown graduated high school in 1992, she thought that she would never want to go back to school. Years later she found herself juggling full-time work and family duties while taking college classes to pursue a degree at PWSC. Though it took her longer to complete a degree, she finally did it! In an interview, she said "Do not let the thought of going back to school overwhelm you. You can take your time. You do not have to finish your degree in two years. Do what is right for you!"
Prince William Sound College is offering a sale by bid of a “Game Chaser” 2018 Big Bubba 8X24 deck over, 14K trailer with 8X12 cabin built by students in the PWSC Construction Academy Program.
Jared Bowden grew up in Valdez. As a UA Scholar, he was awarded a $12,000 scholarship that he is using towards the cost of his education. The UA Scholar Award is given to students designated in the top 10% of their Alaska high school class at the end of their junior year. Jared decided PWSC was the best choice for him, stating, “…I'm looking at the financial aspects of it. I feel this was a good choice because I didn't really know what degree I wanted to get right out of high school. And I feel it was a good choice to go to a smaller school to get an idea of how college worked, without instantly dealing with a lot of financial pressure…”