Congratulations to all of our hard working graduates! Special thanks to our Registrar’s Office as well as all the staff volunteers who helped with graduation! Here are some of the photos taken at this beautiful event!
On March 27th, 1964, a magnitude 9.2 earthquake hit southcentral Alaska. It was the most powerful earthquake in North American history, and the second most powerful in world history. In comparison, the large January 24th, 2016 earthquake of this year was a 7.1. Alaska Pacific University, along with many other schools, businesses, and homes, was More
By Aaron Tooyak Judith Ramos (‘85) obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from UAA and her Masters degree in Adult and Community Education from APU. Now, she is completing her PhD in Indigenous Studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) – where her dissertation, in partnership with the Smithsonian’s Arctic Studies Center and the More
Renovations to the Earl R. Brown Auditorium on the Alaska Pacific University campus enter a next phase with safety and energy upgrades planned for the green room. A $25,000 grant provided by Anchorage-based Rasmuson Foundation will fund new stairs and lighting for added safety backstage. Work is scheduled to begin in the fall semester. The More
Alaska Pacific University (APU) is ramping up to host an alumni reunion for students (and their friends and families) who attended APU between 1979 and 1985. Although the event being planned for June 24th to 28th is inclusive of all students who attended APU during those six years, it is Ray Clements, who served as More