The mission of Pratt Community College is maximum student learning, individual and workforce development, high quality instruction and service, and community enrichment.
Pratt Community College is proud to be a part of the community in Pratt, Kansas. With more than 75 years of history, PCC is a two-year public, comprehensive community college and an area vocational school. We offer a well-rounded general education for the student planning to transfer to a four-year college or university. For our technical students, we provide the skills needed to enter directly into the workforce. Some of our hallmark programs include Electrical Power Lineman Technology, Ag Power Technology, Automotive Technology and Nursing. We are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. This accreditation reflects the high quality of our academic and technical programs.
Pratt Community College is an affordable way to obtain a top-notch education. The average student who attends Pratt Community College for two years instead of a four year university saves $5,500 on average over those two years. PCC has a generous scholarship package and is a granting institution for federal financial aid. Scholarships are available for athletics, academics, technical programs, fine arts and more.
PCC provides an active campus environment for more than 350 residents housed in six residence halls. The newest is Wojciechowski Hall, housing 72 students in apartment style suites, and was completed in 2010. There are two other co-ed halls, North Hall and Scholarship Hall, completed in 1998 and 2002 respectively. In addition to numerous student activities, the college offers over a dozen student organizations and clubs with additional opportunities to participate in music, arts, and athletics - both collegiate and intramural. PCC is a member of the highly competitive NJCAA Region VI, Jayhawk West Conference and offers 7 men's and 7 women's programs, including the newest addition, soccer. While the average daily attendance on campus averages 500-600 students, we service more than 3,000 students annually. These students consist of full-time, part-time, on and off-campus and online.
The eLearning Service Center in Wichita provides the following services: test proctoring, study groups, recruiting functions, athletic signings, computer use, enrollment, questions, Financial Aid information and COMPASS testing.
For more information about PCC or to enroll call: (620) 672-5641.
With a focus on providing a student-centered education, we know that you will discover why at Pratt Community College you will learn from the best and experience the difference with our people, programs and service.
Number of students by home county
Barton County Community College • BCCC offers Emergency Medical Services courses on the PCC campus. Students complete their pre-requisite courses at PCC and the EMS courses at BCCC.
Coffeyville Community College • PCC partners to provide Electrical Power Technology at the Coffeyville campus.
Cowley College • The Pratt / Cowley Cooperative provides an ADN nursing program and Practical Nurse (PN) program on the Winfield campus. General education courses are taken at Cowley.
Hutchinson Community College • Beginning in fall 2015, PCC in association with HCC will offer a technical certificate in live event production.
Wichita Area Technical College (WATC) • In the South Central Nursing Partnership, students go from CNA to LPN to RN. WATC delivers the general education and the PN portion and PCC is responsible for the RN portion.
• Beginning in spring 2015, PCC will deliver a high school Electrical Power Lineman in association with Westar energy, Wichita public schools and WATC at WATC’s Grove campus.
• Beginning in spring 2015, PCC will offer coursework in Information Network Technology in association with WATC.
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