The safety and wellbeing of the Pratt Community College campus community remains our highest concern.

Today, March 31, 2020, we were informed by the Pratt County Health Department of another positive COVID – 19 test for a second employee who works primarily in Chandler Hall. The employee...

Pratt Community College President Dr. Michael Calvert updates the PCC community about college  operations moving forward.

"Please know that our administrative team is meeting on a daily basis to discuss this ever-evolving situation," said Calvert. "The utmost goal of our actions is to...

  • Go Beavers!!!

Pratt Community College’s Skyland Grain Crop Applicator option is a one year, 34 credit hour, Certificate Program.

To successfully complete the Program, students are required to:

• Enroll in an occupational work experience course.
• Be prepared to test for the Commercial Pesticide Applicator License and obtain a Class A Commercial Drivers License upon employment.

Successful completers can expect:

• Average Starting Salary Range $45,000-to-$55,000*
• Career is projected to grow 6 percent over the next 10 Years*
• Pratt Community College & Skyland Grain Scholarships Available
*Source: prattcc.emsicareercoach.com

Pesticide handlers, sprayers, and applicators are responsible for correctly mixing pesticides, herbicides, or insect sprays and repellents for application on lawns, landscapes, crop fields, and pastures.