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ANSEP honors first grads of full-time component in Anchorage

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lisa paton

The Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program recently celebrated the first graduates of its full-time Acceleration Academy (Anchorage). Seven students graduated this year with an average of 40 hours, equivalent to 1.5 years of college credit, toward a bachelor’s degree at the University of Alaska Anchorage.

The full-time Acceleration Academy gives students the opportunity to take college courses, receive academic support and engage in hands-on learning opportunities while preparing to attend college. Available in Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the component is open to students of all career interests who want to pursue a college education.

Liz Baker, The Alaska 100

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