Ilisagvik College is seeking proposals for a used Caterpillar 140M motor grader

For more information on desired motor grader and to receive a bid package explaining bid procedures, and award criteria call or email:   Diana Solenberger Ilisagvik College (907) 852-6238   BID OPENING: Monday, May 18, 2017 at 5:00pm ADT, 100 Stevenson St, Barrow, Alaska. BIDS RECEIVED ATER THE CLOSING DATE AND TIME WILL NOT BE Learn More →

Alaska Native Community College Garners High Ratings

It’s one of the best community colleges in the United States, but you won’t find ivy-covered walls or elite clubs here. Learn More →

Dental Health Aide Therapist curriculum approved at Iḷisaġvik College

The curriculum for Alaska’s Dental Health Aide Therapist (DHAT) program was recently approved by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, through ANTHC’s partnership with Iḷisaġvik College in Barrow. This newly accredited degree program offers DHAT students the opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Learn More →

Ilisagvik College scores high in national survey

Ilisagvik College has been named the No. 2 college in overall standing in a recent survey done by WalletHub, which evaluated 821 community colleges across the nation. That's about half of the total number of community colleges in the country, both private and public. Learn More →

Barrow lands its first whales of the season

A few weeks into the fall whaling season on the North Slope, Barrow crews are working around the clock to bring in bowheads for the community. Learn More →

Iḷisaġvik #2 on list of Best Community Colleges

Across the board, community colleges are slowly stacking up against their university counterparts by offering better schedule flexibility, smaller class sizes and comparatively rigorous coursework, including bachelor’s degree programs in some states at a fraction of the university cost. Learn More →

Navigating College in Alaska

AICF Native pathways visited Barrow Learn More →

Arctic students take top honors at RAHI

It's been nearly two months since soon-to-be Noorvik High School senior Wilfried Zibell packed up his bags and headed to Fairbanks for weeks and weeks of intensive work and study. Learn More →

Brower the winner at WEIO Games

Charles Brower became the latest champion from the North Slope region last week by capturing a gold medal at the 2016 World Eskimo Indian Olympics. Learn More →

Broadband Summit wraps up in Barrow with eye to future

A gathering of policy leaders, tech industry experts and private investors concluded Friday after two days of presentations and discussions about the needs and opportunities presented by emerging high-speed internet across the circumpolar north. Learn More →