PCC rodeo began in 1969 as an extracurricular club through the efforts of a handful of students and faculty members, and has since become one of the largest programs on campus.
Aug. 27 - WMN SOC falls to Hutch 0-3. Next game: Aug. 30 vs. Trinidad State
Aug. 27 - VOL defeats Dodge City in 4 sets; Next game Aug. 30 @ Seminole
Women's Cross Country wins invitational for the first time since 2002, defeating Allen, Coffeyville and Barton
More than 100 PCC students and staff members walked at Relay for Life, raising more than $1000
Performing Arts has opportunity for everyone
PCC Board of Trustees Chair Michele Hamm and President Michael Calvert welcome the faculty back to campus and greet staff members with “State of the College” address
PCC Cross Country Team Arrives on Campus
Former Men's Basketball Player Signs Professional Contract with MTV Herzoge
Community choir returns for second year; children added
PCC named one of the top 150 in country

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On June 19 – 20, PCC agriculture instructor Dr. Bill Hunter attended the Irrigation Foundation’s 12th annual Irrigation...

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The Pratt Community College soccer program is heading into its fifth year of existence and celebrating another success as...

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After adding a community choir for adults to the Pratt Community College music program last year, the music department...

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Pratt Community College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jesse Shaw is among those being honored for his athletic achievements...

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At right, Ohio National Team Coach Kipp Kahlenbeck ​with PCC Wrestling Coach Ken Kepley 

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My Experience

Everyone is very friendly and the entire faculty takes the time to get to know you. No matter what activities you are involved in, the people are very welcoming, and it’s easy to make new friends.

This semester in my Children's Literature class, we are partnering with another class in Germany. I have really enjoyed getting to work with the German students; They are very dedicated students and bring a wonderful element of diversity to our projects. Many of us have even become friends outside of the classroom and regularly communicate with our new German friends.

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