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Mat-Su College is observing Veterans Day with a ceremony, including flag folding detail by the JROTC of Colony High School and the playing of “Taps” by Mr. Gene Horner on bugle. Please, join us in honoring all who have served on Friday, November 11th, at 12pm in the Glenn Massay Theater.
Somewhere along the line, whether from a friend or coworker you have probably heard of or received an “invite” to a website called LinkedIn. Maybe you have even created an account because it seemed like a good idea. However, beyond the idea that it “helps with networking”, very few people understand how to or use
You do not want to miss this dragon-approved event this Wednesday, September 7 from 10am to 2pm in the Glenn Massay Theatre. Get your Passport stamped and get your Journey on! Don’t’ Go It Alone Schedule of Events 10am: Resource Fair Connect to local services, volunteer opportunities and your Mat-Su Valley community. 11am: Applying Resiliency
DeeDee Jonrowe, one of Alaska’s most beloved Iditarod mushers, will speak at Mat-Su College’s Convocation and New Student Orientation on Wednesday, August 24 at 10am in the Glenn Massay Theater. DeeDee holds both the fastest time of any woman in the history of the Iditarod and 14 top ten finishes in her career. In addition
It has been another great semester here at Mat-Su College. As of November 19th we are officially a smoke and tobacco-free campus. To celebrate our campus becoming tobacco-free we had a kick-off celebration with several honored speakers attending; including Becky Stoppa, Coordinator of the Alaska Tobacco Prevention & Control Program. In April 2014, UAA students voted
UPDATE: President Johnsen’s visit to the Mat-Su Campus has been cancelled for today. A future visit will be rescheduled and announced, so stay tuned! Dr. Jim Johnsen was appointed to serve as the 14th president of the University of Alaska on July 28, 2015. His most recent experience includes service as an executive with Alaska Communications and