Looking for WhalesLooking for something to do? Why not do a little whale watching. These 2 have front row seats!
Look who is coming to collegeA mamma moose and her twins safely cross the road heading for Pioneer Hall.
Beluga WatchingMarine Mammals class takes a field trip to study the behavior of the Cook Inlet Beluga Whales, designated as depleted under the Marine Mammal Protection Act. Click the 'view more' link to visit the NOAA Fisheries page and learn more about this population.
Friends and ColleaguesThe people you meet and the connections you make during a Semester by the Bay can become valuable resources in the years to come.
Marine Mammal Skeleton DayThese students are exploring form and function from the inside out during this marine mammals lab.
Sunset over Kachemak Bay
This shot was taken from the south facing deck at Pioneer Hall. Always dramatic and stunning, you'll never get tired of this view. Click the 'view more' button to access the webcam and see this view in real time!
Dr. Debbie Tobin assists with the feeding of a stranded walrus pup at the Seward Sealife Center.
A whale named 'Selfie'
The humpback whale seen here breached so many times during this field trip it was like she was asking to be included in these students pictures . Click the 'view more' button to watch some video taken by other passengers on the boat that day.
Pioneer Hall at Night
Kachemak Bay Campus
We love our campus....and it shows. Conveniently located less then 5 minutes from the beach, the campus sits just high enough to offer spectacular views of our 'outdoor' classroom.