Pratt Online FAQ
Pratt Online courses are administered solely through Pratt Community College, instead of the eduKan consortium. Students apply as a regular PCC student to take individual online courses. Complete online degree programs are not available.
How much do Pratt Online courses cost?
Courses are $147 per credit hour for the 2015-2016 year with additional fees for Allied Health Students to cover State Certification License, insurance, and proctoring for the state exam.
How do I access my courses?
You will access your courses at https://prattcc.instructure.com/. Login with your official PCC username and password.
How do I drop or withdraw from a class on Pratt Online?
Contact your instructor, fill out a drop request form in the Admissions office, or email the online administrator at email@example.com stating that you would like to drop the course. Include your full name, course number, and date of birth in the email.
I have a PCC scholarship; Will it cover my Allied Health and/or Pratt Online courses?
Institutional scholarships do not cover online classes.
Why is my class pending?
The most common reason for a pending status is that your payment has not been received or financial aid has not been applied. Contact the business office at 620-450-2143 or 620-450-2134 to check your balance and make payment.