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Mat-Su College, located in the heart of Alaska's Mat-Su Valley, is your local choice for higher education. Our scenic campus is nestled in a protected 900 acre forest between Palmer and Wasilla. It has everything from a winding trail system and internationally-connected library to a first-class theater, providing an open and inclusive setting for students with a variety of lifestyles and interests.

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Student Appreciation Week

Student Appreciation Week

Arctic Dragons, good luck on your finals this week!

Look for posters around campus to find out when and where to take your final exams.

Stop by the Atrium and participate in the fun activities, and make the most of your last week of class.

Student Government will be providing snacks, coffee, and tea during finals.

When: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9am - 4pm

Where: The Atrium

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Have a holly jolly buyback. Mat-Su College campus cache December 10 to 17, 2018

Sell your Textbooks to Campus Cache

The end of fall term is near. Final papers and exams are coming up.  Once you have finished up with your studies, sell back your textbooks at the Campus Cache bookstore for cash! The Campus Cache bookstore, located in JKB, will be open to buy back your textbooks during finals week. Buyback hours are posted around campus, or stop in and talk with the friendly, knowledgeable staff for details.

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NSO Spring 2019

New Student Orientation

Starting college is exciting and challenging. New Student Orientation is your introduction to the Mat-Su College community!Find answers to questions you have about college, learn strategies for academic success, explore our campus, meet faculty, staff, and make new friends.Gain the knowledge, skills, and make the meaningful connections necessary to achieving your academic and personal goals!

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Okeson Library provides research tools

Offering a wide range of resources, including a collection of over 70,000 items with access to UAA/APU Consortium, Anchorage Public Libraries, and an international library system, Okeson Library subscribes to print versions of five newspapers, 47 magazines, and thousands of periodicals through online services.
 
A computer lab is located in the library, with a variety of study areas, promoting a collaborative learning environment for students.

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Two students in nursing lab taking vital signs.

Certified Nursing Aide Training

CNA's are responsible for recording vital signs (pulse, respiration, blood pressure, and temperature), fluid intake and outputs, weights, and other observations. Demand for nursing and related professions is expected to increase steeply over the next several decades in the Mat-Su Valley.  The course is designed to train entry-level health workers in basic skills needed to assist nurses and be efficient health care team members. 

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