The Community & Technical College (CTC) at the University of Alaska Anchorage provides pathways to a bright future through education. From our diverse array of courses, programs and services, Alaskans and others can choose a program of study leading to an occupational endorsement, certificate, associates, bachelors and masters degree - or can simply take courses for personal satisfaction.
Beyond our academic programs, CTC serves students through the Chugiak-Eagle River Campus, Military Programs available at the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson extension centers, Department of College Preparatory & Developmental Studies, Learning Resources Center, and Continuing Education Department. The college is also the organizational home of UAA's Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC.
High quality career and technical education is built on a foundation of active partnerships with industry, government and community organizations. Our faculty and staff work closely with partners through advisory committees, annual career cluster industry forums and alumni development, together building and sustaining programs that are relevant and effective in providing a well educated and technically competent workforce.
CTC's educational offerings lead to undergraduate and graduate degrees in 15 program areas.
These offerings provide students with knowledge and technical instruction focused on placement and success in leading high-demand career areas, important to Alaska, the nation, and beyond.