Pratt Community College announces their hours for the Summer of 2017.

Summer hours begin Monday, May 22, 2017 and will extend through Friday, July 28, 2017. 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.

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College Start Forms

Self Service Account Setup: You must have access to your Self Service student account before you can enrolled in College Start Courses. If you do not have access to your account, please email pccadmissions@prattcc.edu or call 620.450.2217 to have your account information resent to you, along with instructions for account setup.

College Start Enrollment Instructions: These are instructions over the process of adding courses within your Self Service Account. If you do not have access to your Self-Service account, please email pccadmissions@prattcc.edu or call 620.450.2217  with a request to have your account information resent to you, along with instructions for account setup. Once your courses are selected within Self Service, your counselor will need to approve your enrollment selection before your registration is completed and your payment can be made.

Parent Permission Form: Please submit a completed Parent Permission Form to the Director of Admissions & High School CTE/College Start at pccadmissions@prattcc.edu or by mail c/o Office of Admissions, 348 NE SR 61, Pratt, KS 67124. A completed Parent Permission Form is required to be submitted once each academic year for each student enrolled in College Start, who is under the age of 18.

Enrollment Checklist: The checklist serves as a tool for students to double check their enrollment progress. Students can use this form to personally check off each item and make sure they have completed the necessary steps to enroll. This form does not need to be completed by the student in order to take classes. 

College Start Handbook: This document should be read over by all students and parents who are participating in the College Start Program. It is a guide for all rules, regulations, and guidelines involved with the program. 

College Start Placement Chart: High school students who wish to take English Composition I & II or college level Mathematics may reference this chart for placement scores. Students must take either the ACCUPLACER test or the ACT to be eligible for English and Math courses. ACCUPLACER tests may be scheduled with your high school counselor or with the Coordinator of the College Start Program. 

Overload Petition: If you would like to enroll in more than 12 credit hours for the regular school year or 8 credit hours for the summer, you are required to fill out an overload petition for concurrent classes. 

W9-S Tax Form: The business office is required by federal law to collect a W9-S tax form from students each year. It is a great idea to submit this form at time of enrollment but may be completed after enrollment. Students who enroll in classes but do not have this document on file will be contacted and required to submit this tax form.