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Alaska

The State of Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development reports that the seasonally adjusted jobless rate (currently 6.6 percent) in Alaska has remained relatively stable for the past two years, while the national rate has continued to decline. On average, Alaska’s unemployment rate is about two percentage points above the national level. So there are jobs out there, but do you have what you need to go get the job you want? Are you ready to start the career that will give you satisfaction, as well as a paycheck?

Residents in Fairbanks, Juneau, Palmer, Ketchikan (and everywhere else in Alaska), can enroll to earn a degree in healthcarebusiness, the trades or information technology. We offer Master Degree, Bachelor Degree, Associate Degree and Certificate Programs.  

All of the Charter College programs were designed to meet the specific needs of employers, which means you'll be on your way to the career of your dreams as soon as you graduate. Our Career Services team will work with you to ensure you have all of the tools you need to be successful and will even help you find that first job. At Charter College, success is a group effort.

Charter College online programs are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. If you want to further your education in Alaska, consider choosing Charter College.

ATTENTION VETERANS and MILITARY:  Check out our Veterans Education website to find additional information specific, including job growth, your military BAH, and veteran resources.

 

ACICS Show-Cause Status: Anchorage & Wasilla Only

Notice to students and prospective students: Charter College, Anchorage, has been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to noncompliance with placement standards: placement at 41% as reported on the 2016 Campus Accountability Report.
 
Charter College, Anchorage, is a branch campus which includes the learning site in Wasilla. The placement percentage reported above is at the campus-level; program-level placement percentages are available in the full 2016 Campus Accountability Report (CAR) available on the College’s website here under “Retention, Placement, and Licensure exam pass rates reported to ACICS”. The College filed a 2016-2017 Mid-Year CAR, including supporting documentation, with ACICS in March 2017; that report shows a campus-level placement rate of 51%. The College stands firmly behind the sustainability of our programs, in our student’s ability to successfully complete programs, and seek employment in the field.
 
Notice to students and prospective students: The Certificate in Business Office Administration program at Charter College, Anchorage and Wasilla, has been placed on student achievement show-cause by their accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (“ACICS”), due to material noncompliance with its placement rate standard of 60%.
 
Charter College, Anchorage, is a branch campus which includes the learning site in Wasilla. The percentages reported above are at the program-level for the 2015-2016 Campus Accountability Report (CAR) which is available here under “Retention, Placement, and Licensure Rates”. For the 2015-2016 CAR, the Certificate in Business Office Administration placement rate was 52%. The College filed a 2016-2017 Mid-Year CAR, including supporting documentation, with ACICS in March 2017; that report shows a placement rate in Business Office Administration of 44%. The mid-year CAR was updated, supported with documentation, and filed again with ACICS in late March 2017. The College stands firmly behind the sustainability of the program, in our student’s ability to successfully complete programs, and seek employment in the field.