Academic Affairs

This department provides a broad range of instructional programs and courses, which are offered for academic credit and are delivered at times, in places, and using formats that meet the needs of a diverse student population.  Additionally, the department monitors the academic integrity of instructional programs; ensures the college’s compliance with accreditation requirements; and creates the institution’s course catalogs and schedules.  Learn More →

Adult Basic Education

The Adult Basic Education department serves the community members of the North Slope who do not have a high school diploma, who have not passed the State Qualifying Exam, who need skills assessments to further their employment and those who just want to brush up on their skills. Learn More →


The Iḷisaġvik College Bookstore stocks all required and recommended textbooks and other course materials, which can be purchased in the store, by e-mail or by telephone. It is located in the main building, just off the lobby. Learn More →

Business Office

The Business Office is committed to providing the necessary services to support the mission and strategic planning goals as set forth by the Board of Trustees of Iḷisaġvik College.  In support of the students, the Iḷisaġvik College community and external constituents, it is our responsibility to safeguard the College’s resources, accurately report its financial position and results, and contribute to its economic strength. This responsibility requires that we be service oriented relative to the financial needs of all departments while still assuring that all transactions adhere to College policies and procedures, generally accepted accounting principles, and rules established by the authoritative governing bodies. In addition, the Business Office provides the college administration, faculty, staff and students with meaningful financial information in a timely and accurate manner. Learn More →


The Iḷisaġvik Cafeteria is full-service and is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public. Each year, students work with kitchen staff to review and revise the menu to ensure the kitchen serves culturally appropriate and appetizing meals. Learn More →

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid office is committed to helping students find ways to pay for their education . Learn More →


Grants-152x104The Grants Department is committed to support the mission and strategic planning goals as set forth by the Board of Trustees of Iḷisaġvik College. Learn More →


Human Resources

Human Resources actively promotes the training and development of Iḷisaġvik College employees, HR’s emphasis is strategic, and considerably strengthened and more effective when in partnership with staff, faculty, and management. Learn More →

Information Services

The Information Services Division provides service to the students, faculty, and staff of Iḷisaġvik College. Its services include support for the connectivity and infrastructure, as well as providing data and telecommunications. Learn More →

Online Learning

Iḷisaġvik College offers distance education courses utilizing both teleconference and MyCampus, an online course management system. Learn More →


The goal of the Registration Department at Iḷisaġvik Cafeteria is to provide students with the best selection of courses, support student’s graduation timeline goals and educate students with the necessary information to plan their semester. Learn More →

Student Services

Student Services offers a variety of support to ensure student success.  Student services invites all students to explore the services and student programs offered through Iḷisaġvik College. Barrow and village-based student services staff provide individualized student assistance, advocacy, strength-based counseling, referral services and academic assistance. Learn More →

Tuzzy Library

The Tuzzy Consortium Library is named in honor of the late Evelyn Tuzroyluk Higbee and serves students, faculty, staff and the public throughout the North Slope. Learn More →