Pratt Community College announces their hours for the Summer.

Summer hours begin Monday, May 21 and will extend through Friday, July 27. Operating business hours will be  7:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday.

PCC is closed Saturdays...

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Nursing

PRATT COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING PROGRAMS

Chandler School of Nursing, Pratt Campus

The Pratt Community College Practical Nursing Program is designed to provide the Kansas Certified Nurse Aide the opportunity to enter the nursing profession as a Licensed Practical Nurse.

Pratt Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The Practical Nursing Program is approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing. National accreditation is not available for Practical Nursing Program. 

The Practical Nursing Program expectations include:

General Requirements
Completion of academic prerequisites, application, background check, immunizations, current valid Kansas Certified Nurse Aide certificate (For admission requirements, please contact the Associate Director of Special Program Admissions, 620-450-2114, elyseb@prattcc.edu). The Program begins annually in August at the beginning of the Fall academic term, is 2 semesters long including 27 credit hours of course work, and completed mid May the following year.

Campuses
Ability to attend classes on campus in Pratt or Winfield Kansas, attend onsite clinical experiences weekly, and maintain successful completion of all coursework and educational assignments.

Commitment
It is recognized that students have financial and family responsibilities.  However, it is stressed that a candidate devote 30 + hours per week to class work and studies in order to be successful.  Without this level of commitment, students will not be successful.

 PN Program
(August start)

Pratt
Winfield

Steps to apply are:
1. Apply to Pratt Community College (online application)
2. Apply to Pratt Community College Nursing Department (For nursing application information, please contact the Associate Director of Special Program Admissions, 620-450-2114, elyseb@prattcc.edu.

3. Review the admissions requirements
4. Deadlines

ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING PROGRAM (Paramedic/LPN to RN)

The Associate Degree Nursing Program is designed as a Paramedic / LPN to RN Bridge Program.

The Associate Degree Nursing Program is currently on conditional approval by the Kansas State Board of Nursing and is not nationally accredited.

The Associate Degree Nursing Program expectations include:

General Requirements
Completion of academic prerequisites, application, background check, immunizations, and current valid Kansas Practical Nursing (LPN) Licsence or Paramedic Certificate (For admission requirements, please contact the Associate Director of Special Program Admissions, 620-450-2114, elyseb@prattcc.edu)  The program starts annually at the beginning or the Fall academic term in August, is 2 semester involving 24 credit hours of course work, and completed mid May the following year.

Campuses
The Program is offered through three venues: 

  • On-campus in Pratt, Kansas
  • On-campus in Winfield, Kansas
  • Online as a Hybrid/Online Program.

All Associate Degree Nursing students, including online students, must participate in assigned clinical responsibilities in Kansas on a weekly basis, during every week of the 2 semester program. 

Ability to attend classes on-campus in Pratt or Winfield, Kansas, attend onsite weekly clinical experiences, and maintain successful completion of all coursework and educational assignments.

Commitment
It is recognized that students have financial and family responsibilities.  However, it is stressed that a candidate devote 30 + hours per week to class work and studies in order to be successful.  Without this level of commitment, students will not be successful.

All Nursing Program graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination-Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN).  Additionally the majority of Kansas Colleges and Universities that offer a BSN and MSN Program will accept non-nationally accredited Nursing Program graduates into their programs of continued study. 

ADN Program (August start)
Steps to apply are:
1. Apply to Pratt Community College (online application)
2. Apply to Pratt Community College Nursing Department (For nursing application information, please contact the Associate Director of Special Program Admissions, 620-450-2114, elyseb@prattcc.edu)

  • Nursing Application Checklist

3. Review the admissions requirements
4. Deadlines

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Pratt Community College's Associate Degree Nursing Program is not nationally accredited at this time. 

Pratt Community College's Associate Degree Nursing Program has conditional approval by:
Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN)
Landon State Office Bldg
900 SW Jackson, Suite 1051
Topeka, KS 66612-1230
Main 785-296-4929
Fax 785-296-3929
www.ksbn.org

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