• SOFTBALL loss 15-1 and 6-2 vs Seward (March 26)
  • BASEBALL: loss 8-4 vs NOC-Tonkawa (March 25)
  • GO BEAVERS

Pratt Community College Named Top Ten Community College in the Country

22 September 2014

In September, Pratt Community College was named one of the Top Ten Community Colleges in the Country by SmartAsset.com, a blog that uses software and data to solve financial problems.

A college education is increasingly important in order to get and keep a job in the current information-oriented world, while at the same time, college costs are rising. SmartAsset evaluated approximately 700 public community colleges across the country in order to find the best investment.

Beaver Signs to be a Beaver

27 March 2015

On March 26, Stillwater High School senior Claytin Beaver signed to play baseball for Pratt Community College for the 2015-2016 season. 
  
Beaver comes in looking to fight his way to being the mainstay behind the plate as he joins a new backstop crew to push the Beavers in the right direction towards winning the Jayhawk West.

“I am excited for next year,” Beaver said.

Beaver signed Thursday morning in the Athletic Hall of Fame in front of his mom, dad, grandfather, and other Beaver catchers.

Kansas Community Colleges Agree to Global Reverse Transfer Agreement

26 March 2015

TOPEKA – The Kansas Association of Community College Trustees (KACCT) and the Kansas Independent College Association (KICA) announced the successful negotiation of a global reverse transfer agreement between all eighteen private colleges and all nineteen community colleges. The agreement is expected to significantly boost the number of Kansans who earn at least an associate’s degree, which has been linked to higher lifetime incomes, lower unemployment, better health outcomes, and increased community involvement.

Baseball Drops Midweek to NOC-Tonkawa

26 March 2015

Beavers 4 NOC-Tonkawa 8; Loss (11-17; 4-8 Conf)

Pratt Soccer Teams Coach Local Kids

25 March 2015

The Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams have spent their spring semester using their talents to give back to local youth. 

Earlier this month, six players and two coaches traveled to Argonia, Kan. to put on a free youth soccer clinic. Approximately 50 kids were in attendance, and the clinic was deemed a huge success. Assistant Soccer Coach Mike Daniels noted that it was encouraging for rural towns to have such a showing of support for the sport.

​PCC to Screen “The Jayhawkers” Film

24 March 2015

On April 9, Pratt Community College will screen “The  Jayhawkers,” a 2014 film about KU basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain. The screening will begin at 7 p.m. in Carpenter Auditorium. The film’s writer, director and producer Kevin Willmott will be in attendance to speak about the making of the film and his perspective on the historical elements that created the backdrop for the story.
 

Baseball Splits with Seward

23 March 2015

March 21-22, 2015:

Pratt Community College Prepares for Emergency Drills

18 March 2015

Aggressive persons, active killers, and other hostile situations repeatedly affect our communities and institutions. There is a history of conflict in our schools, businesses, and other public areas. People continue to learn lessons from these events, and find it necessary to put an active exercise program in place to ensure that we are prepared for these events.

Softball Defeated by Hutch 9-1

17 March 2015

The Pratt Community College softball team collected five hits, but fell 9-1 to Hutchinson at Pratt on Monday.

Hutchinson couldn't get anything going as long as Emily Wooldridge was pitching. Wooldridge held Hutchinson hitless over 1 2/3 innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out one.

H Kelley recorded the win for Hutchinson. She allowed one run over five innings. She struck out six, walked one and surrendered five hits.
Hutchinson was sparked by S Loos and H Kelley, who teamed up for three hits and four RBIs.

PCC Performing Arts department presents Fiddler on the Roof

13 March 2015

The Pratt Community College Performing Arts Department will be performing Fiddler on the Roof for their spring show.

The play is based on Tevye (Dan Gillig), a Jewish milkman, who tells of the customs in the little Russian town of Anatevka. It is 1905, and life here is as precarious as a fiddler on the roof, yet, through their traditions, the villagers endure.

“This show has a very strong cast,” said Misty Beck, director. “We decided to go with a classic this year because we did something newer last year.”

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