• Women's Basketball defeat Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa 73-57 (Nov. 24)
  • Men's Basketball win 112-96 against William Penn JV (Nov. 21)
  • Volleyball fall to Hutch 1-3 @ Region VI Championship (Nov. 8)
  • MEN'S XC: Finish unplaced in Region VI Championship (Oct. 31)
  • WOMEN'S XC: Finish 29th in NJCAA Championship (Nov. 14)
PCC employee and student artwork on display
PCC volleyball athletes earn all-conference honors
PCC performs annual Christmas show
Soccer athletes and coach recognized in all-conference honors
Microbiology class tours hospital lab
Two students make NIRA Scholar American Honors
Performing Arts Department receives grant for summer camp
2016 Spring Class Schedule
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Wed, Oct 07, 2015 - 4:47 PM

Mendi Egging, a long-time resident of Pratt, is owner and operator of Mendi Egging Photography, a photography business...

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The men’s soccer team traveled Kansas City to take on Johnson County Community College on Oct. 3. Coach Kevin Kewley said...

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The women’s soccer team traveled to Kansas City to take on Johnson County Community College on Oct. 3. The lady beavers...

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On Oct. 1 Dave Chambers’ Environmental Science class participated in a field trip led by biologists from the Kansas...

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After volunteering his time to work with the Pratt Community College rodeo team the last few years, Cooper Kanngiesser...

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On Sept. 30, Dr. Michael Westerhaus, Assistant Vice President of Instruction, will be celebrating his retirement in a...

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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.

As an Elementary Education major, PCC has given me the opportunity to start on my career plans and dreams. PCC has definitely started me on the right track to go on to a university. My biggest class at PCC has 30 students, which makes you really feel like you can connect with your teacher.