• Women's Basketball fall to Allen County 68-77 (Jan. 20)
  • Men's Basketball wins against Allen County 87-76 (Jan. 20)



Pratt Community College has you covered, no matter where you are. Whether you are in rural Kansas, or on the other side of the globe, our online courses are at your fingertips. 

(High school students interested in online classes should begin at the College Start page.) 

Take online classes in two ways!


www.edukan.org - Students apply and enroll through the eduKan consortium. eduKan is not a separate institution, but a cooperative effort between member colleges to offer online courses. eduKan students take course work that may lead to an associate's degree from one of six participating institutions.  When you become a student on eduKan, you also become a student at the college you select.​ Complete associate's degrees are available. 

For information on how to apply and enroll, please visit our eduKan Instructions page. 


https://prattcc.instructure.com - Take courses from Pratt Community College offered online - our courses, our instructors. Students apply and enroll like a normal PCC student. Complete associate's degrees are not available; supplementary coursework only is offered.

Questions? We're here to help!

If you have any questions on how to get started, please contact us at online@prattcc.edu, or call Cheri Lech at 620.450.2425.

If you have questions about your current enrollment, or if you're needing to withdraw from an ongoing class, please contact Brian Elkins at briane@prattcc.edu, or 620.450.2171.


IMPORTANT NOTICE - The next session begins on February 16! For a complete listing of important eduKan dates, please visit our 'eduKan - Semester Dates' page.


IMPORTANT NOTICE - If you are taking PrattOnline classes (not eduKan) your courses can be accessed through the Canvas icon above.


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