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...

  • Congratulations to the PCC graduating class of 2018

PTK students honored at Kansas Academic Team luncheon

19 February 2018

Two Pratt Community College students joined 54 of their peers when Kansas saluted the 57 community college scholars for their academic accomplishments February 15 in Topeka during the Twenty-Third Annual Kansas All-State Academic Team Luncheon.

eSports Team Off to 3-1 Start in League of Legends Play

01 February 2018

The Pratt Community College eSports team is off to a 3-1 start in the beginning of their “League of Legends” season. Last year, the season started in October. Due to issues with the company that makes the game, Riot Games, the season had to be delayed until this semester.

PCC and WSU Sign 2+2 Engineering Agreement

27 October 2017

Representatives from Pratt Community College and Wichita State University gathered on Oct. 19 to sign a 2+2 articulation agreement in engineering.

Pratt Community College seeks coat donations

17 October 2017

Pratt Community College is teaming up with One Warm Coat to host a coat drive to collect clean, gently worn coats from Oct. 23 to Oct. 27 in the PCC common’s area. Students, employees, and Pratt community members are invited to make a difference in our local community by donating to the coat drive and helping PCC reach their goal of collecting 100 coats.

Smith hired as Agriculture Instructor at PCC

04 October 2017

Barrett Smith was hired as the new agriculture instructor this past August. He has been teaching students this fall semester in a variety of classes and topics such as Plant Science, Computers in Agriculture, Intro to Ag Business, Plant ID, and Sprayer Application Technology. He said his goal for every class he teaches is to help students love to learn.

“I like learning and I want students to enjoy learning,” said Smith. “It’s easier to enjoy learning while doing real world applications and learning how to apply knowledge outside the classroom.”

PCC EPT students and alumni help restore power after hurricanes

02 October 2017

The Pratt Community College EPT program is well represented in the hurricane relief efforts in Florida and Texas. Along with numerous alumni currently stationed throughout the southern portion of the United States, PCC had nine sophomores in Florida helping with the restoration. These students are currently working for several different companies and will graduate in the spring.

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 hosts Kansas legislators at campus luncheon

22 December 2016

Pratt Community College hosted their annual Legislative Luncheon on Dec. 12 at the Pratt campus. Managing the state budget was top concern among legislators who met with the PCC administration and board of trustees.

Guest legislators were District 32 Senator-elect Larry Alley (first term), District 33 Senator-elect Mary Jo Taylor (first term) and incumbent 114th District Representative-elect Jack Thimesch.

Save the date for the 2017 Annual Scholarship Auction

09 December 2016

Save the date! Pratt Community College announces their Annual Scholarship Auction is set for Friday, Apr. 7, 2017. This is the 29th year for the auction which will be held at the 4-H building at the Pratt Fairgrounds. New Executive Director of Institutional Advancement & Alumni Relations and Foundation Director, Barry Fisher, will be leading this event boasting a night of fun, food and entertainmentt benefiting future students of PCC.

Concert of Choirs held on Monday Oct. 10

03 October 2016

The Pratt Community College performing arts department is quickly approaching their annual Concert of Choirs performance. This event features 120 singers from not only the PCC choir but also Pratt High and Skyline.
 
“The performing art department feels strongly about collaborating with other groups in the community.” said Misty Beck, Director of Theatre, “We are proud to be able to host this annual event to make music with our friends.”
 
The choirs are under the directions of J.J. Rupe, PCC, Brandon Wade, Pratt High, and Bob Lee, Skyline.
 

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