• Beaver volleyball hires Jenny Mueller as new head coach (July 19)

Pratt Community College ranked 14 in nation

23 August 2016

Pratt Community College was recently ranked number 14 on the 2016’s Best and Worst Community Colleges by Wallethub, a company dedicated to helping people efficiently attain top wallet fitness.

Hansen new Director of Nursing

16 August 2016

After working at the college for six years as a nursing instructor, Kim Hansen has been promoted to Director of Nursing.
 
Hansen is a graduate of Pratt Community College’s Nursing Program. She graduated from PCC in 2008 and has worked at Pratt Regional Medical Center before switching to nursing education in 2010. Hansen says that she truly enjoys the art of being a nurse and wants to help future nurses achieve their goals.
 

Skyland Grain visits campus and signs partnership

11 August 2016

Officials from Skyland Grain, LCC visited the Pratt Community College campus on Aug. 8 where they made their partnership official. Skyland Grain CEO David Cron and members of the Skyland team travelled from their headquarters in Johnson, Kan. and eastern administrative offices in Cunningham on Monday to visit the PCC campus and together signed a partnership agreement for the newest agriculture program launching this Fall.

Pratt Community College prepares to relay

05 August 2016

Pratt Community College is gearing up for the 2016 Relay for Life and invites all faculty, staff and students to participate. The event is scheduled for Friday August 19, 2016 at Zerger Field (Pratt High School) from 7 p.m. till 1 a.m.

This year PCC is showing their Beaver Blue pride. Our team name is Pratt CC Beavers! Join your fellow Beavers and show your community support.

PCC partners with Skyland Grain for new agriculture program

20 July 2016

Pratt Community College and Skyland Grain, LLC from Johnson, Kan are partnering together to add a new certificate program to the popular Agriculture and Ag Power departments. Students will be able to enroll in a Crop Application one year certificate program beginning this Fall. At the end of the program students will have learned fundamentals of agriculture science, technology and gain workforce experience from Skyland Grain.

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.

EPT Students are awarded with scholarships from Kansas Utility company

13 May 2016

Two students from the Electric Power Technology (EPT) program at Pratt Community College were awarded scholarships from ITC Great Plains, LLC on May 4.
 
EPT students Jacob Mader and Barret Freund were surrounded by PCC staff and fellow students in the program to accept the scholarship that will help them to complete their degree.
 

Eighteen students compete at NACTA conference

21 April 2016

Agriculture students from all over the country competed against each other in the 2016 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Judging Competition at the University of Minnesota-Crookston. Eighteen students from PCC competed against other 2-year institutions in areas such as agribusiness, dairy judging, mechanized agriculture and a new events including animals and wildlife this year.

PCC Nursing is improving quality and showing positive results

17 March 2016

The Pratt Community College Nursing department is dedicated and moving in the right direction to gain national accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). To achieve this accreditation, PCC is continuing to work on student test scores and NCLEX testing. The nursing on-campus facilities have also made some improvements which is giving students hands-on experience in real life situations.

PCC produces highest paid Grads in Kansas for four years straight

01 March 2016

According to new data released by the Kansas Board of Regents, Pratt Community College students graduating with an associate’s degree between 2008 and 2013 have a higher annual wage than the average of associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree graduates in that same time from all Kansas public colleges and universities.

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