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...

  • Go Beavers!!!

Club 62+ announces schedule of events for Summer & Fall 2018

12 June 2018

Pratt Community College announces the Summer and Fall 2018 activity schedule for Club 62+ and invites eligible members of the public to participate. Club 62+ is a community organization for residents of Pratt, Kingman, Barber, Kiowa and Stafford counties who are 62 years of age and above.

There is no cost for membership in Club 62+ and benefits include access to exclusive programs and activities, free admission to home sporting events at the college, and waived tuition for any college course (fees and book costs still apply).

PCC receives In-Kind Scholarship Donor Award from the Miss Kansas Organization

08 June 2018

During the second night of preliminary competition at the Miss Kansas 2018 pageant volunteers and donors of scholarships were recognized for their continuing support to pageant scholarships.

According to their website, the In-Kind Scholarship Program allows colleges and universities to designate any form of scholarship to designated Miss Kansas and Miss Kansas' Outstanding Teen contestants. Many of these awards may be renewable and may vary according to GPA, level of accomplishment in the Pageant or other criteria established by the school.

PCC welcomes the 2018 Miss Kansas pageant

01 June 2018

This year, Pratt celebrates 63 years of hosting the Miss Kansas Pageant. Pratt Community College is the longtime provider of the pageant’s unique venue and a major in-kind sponsor. The event, which brings hundreds of people into the community from around the state, has been held on campus for over half of its history in Pratt. The pageant is held in the college’s Dennis Lesh Sport Arena, and contestants spend the week residing in the college residence halls.

Club 62+ announces new schedule of events for Fall 2017

07 August 2017

Pratt Community College announces the Summer 2017 activity schedule for Club 62+ and invites eligible members of the public to participate. Club 62+ is a community organization for residents of Pratt, Kingman, Barber, Kiowa and Stafford counties who are 62 years of age and above.

There is no cost for membership in Club 62+ and benefits include access to exclusive programs and activities, free admission to home sporting events at the college, and waived tuition for any college course (fees and book costs still apply).

PCC Welcomes Miss Kansas 2017 pageant

05 June 2017

This year, Pratt celebrates 62 years of hosting the Miss Kansas Pageant. Pratt Community College is the longtime provider of the pageant’s unique venue and a major in-kind sponsor. The event, which brings hundreds of people into the community from around the state, has been held on campus for over half of its history in Pratt. The pageant is held in the college’s Dennis Lesh Sport Arena, and contestants spend the week residing in the college residence halls.

PCC launches #JustDrive awareness campaign

09 March 2017

Pratt Community College in conjunction with the Kansas Insurance Department (KID) is challenging students and community members to take the pledge to stop texting while driving.

Registration open for 2017 PCC Cheer Clinic

09 January 2017

The Pratt Community College Cheer sqaud is hosting their annual Cheer Clinic next month. The PCC cheer squad will be hosting a one day cheer clinic on Saturday, Feb. 4 at beginning at 10 a.m. Children ages 3-10 will be taught the fundamentals of cheerleading.

PCC instructor providing CPR and First Aid Certification

20 June 2016

Pratt Community College and instructor Mike Jackson are coming together to offer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and first aid certification through the American Heart Association on campus.

Jackson has been teaching certification classes for 15 years the last five of which have been through the American Heart Association. Jackson is offering several different types of classes depending on the need of the individual or group who wants to earn certification.

Block and Bridle prepares tasty demonstration for second graders

28 April 2016

Members of the Pratt Community College Block and Bridle group visited the second grade classes at Skyline School as a part of their annual community service project. The agriculture oriented organization has been visiting youngsters at Skyline every spring for more than a decade and this year they made a very tasty and informational presentation on the importance of soils.
 

Collegiate Farm Bureau sends thanks to soldiers

27 October 2015

The Pratt Community College Collegiate Farm Bureau is giving thanks in a big way. For the CFB’s fall service project they reached out to their fellow students as well as the community and PCC employees in an effort to collect at least 100 handwritten letters to give to service men and women who will not make it home for the Thanksgiving holiday. This project is called “The Big Thank You”.

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