Pratt Community College ranked 14 in nation
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.
Wallethub’s analyst studied 821 Community Colleges across the nation in order to find the best and worst Community Colleges. The three main categories reviewed were cost/financing, education outcomes, and career outcomes. PCC ranked not only 14 overall but received the number one spot in the State of Kansas.
PCC continues to succeed at being an affordable institution with exceptional student success. In a study conducted between 2008 and 2013, PCC graduates earned a higher annual income than the average graduates from all Kansas public colleges and universities.
“We are excited to be recognized again,” said PCC President Dr. Michael Calvert. “It validates the great work we have done in our classrooms in support of our students and their success.”
PCC will add this ranking to its already impressive two time appearance in Smart Assets’ 100 Best Community Colleges in the Country and the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program as one the nation's 120 top community colleges for the last three awards.
Find the full listing of the Wallethub’s ranking and metrics used visit on their website.