Why Choose PCC
PCC recognized in Top 150 Community Colleges 2013, 2015, and 2017 - Pratt Community College is recognized for being one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges for a third consecutive term. The Aspen Institute identified the 150 community colleges -- about 15 percent of all institutions -- using a quantitative formula that assesses performance and improvement in four areas: graduation rates, degrees awarded, student retention rates, and equity in student outcomes. See the full story on our website.
Pratt Community College has been selected and ranked 15th most affordable community college in the nation by AffordableColleges.com based on a combination of low average in-state tuition and high rates of financial aid being given by the school. Average in-state tuition: $1,792. Institutional financial aid rate: 81%.
PCC Grads Earn More - 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. PCC students who graduated with an associate’s degree in 2013 made an average of $40,118. See the full story on our website.
PCC Ranked in the top 15 best Community Colleges - Pratt Community College ranked 13 out of the 100 best community colleges in the country by SmartAsset.com, a financial technology company that provides transparent, automated, and accurate advice on big personal finance decisions. Pratt Community College receives a spot in the top 15 with graduates making about 23 percent more than their college expenses as a starting salary, and having a 64 percent graduation and transfer rate. In 2014 PCC was ranked 10. See the full story on our website.
Community college students who transfer to a four year college with an associate's degree complete their baccalaureate degree 70 percent of the time.
Completing a community college degree helps an individual earn up to $400,000 more in their lifetime than those who don’t complete.
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