Located in Seward, Alaska, The Resurrection Bay Extension Site allows Kenai Peninsula College to offer classes to students living on the eastern Peninsula, with classes housed in Seward High School.
Located at UAA's University Center Complex in Anchorage, the Anchorage Extension site offers a chance for Anchorage students to earn degrees in KPC programs such as Process Technology and Instrumentation.
The Kenai Fishing Academy (KFA) is a week-long training session that teaches students how to improve their fishing skills.
The Kenai Fishing Guide Academy is a week-long training session for prospective fishing guides on the Kenai River. The academy is overseen by the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, who help manage the river. Attendance is a requirement to be licensed to guide on the river.
The Kachemak Bay Writers Conference is a 4-day conference that includes nationally acclaimed and award winning authors 
The Semester By The Bay is a program that brings students to the shores of Kachemak Bay in Homer, Alaska, to study for a semester
Kenai Peninsula College offers student housing at its Kenai River Campus location in Soldotna.
The Kenai Peninsula College Residence hall officially opened in 2013, housing its first students the fall semester of that year. Located directly across from the Kenai River Campus, the Residence Hall is a state of the art facility with the ability to house 98 students. Housing is divided into 6 communities, each with 4 student apartments, 1 RA apartment and a common lounge area. Each student apartment features 4 private bedrooms, 2 shared bathrooms, a full kitchen and a common living space.
Activities for residents and other students are coordinated by KPC ResLife as well as the KRC Student Union.