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Pratt Community College supports the following statement from the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees:

17 June 2020

Pratt Community College supports the following statement from the Kansas Association of Community College Trustees:
 

PCC WOO Student receives Kansas Farm Bureau Scholarship

28 May 2020

Pratt Community College (PCC) Wildlife Outfitting and Operations (WOO) student, Caleb Hinck, has been awarded a Kansas Farm Bureau's (KFB) Foundation for Agriculture scholarship. College students that are attending a Kansas college with a Kansas Farm Bureau Collegiate Chapter and are a collegiate chapter member studying in a field that benefits agriculture and rural Kansas are eligible to apply for this scholarship.

"This scholarship helps out a lot, I won't have to go get a second job to pay for college," said Hinck. "It helps out a lot more."

PCC helps provide meals to local Circles Of Hope program

10 March 2020

During the month of February, Pratt Community College employees and students helped provide meals for the Circles of Hope, Pratt County program. Through the college’s generosity, 102 people, including the program’s Circles Leaders and community allies, were served meals each Monday. PCC employees donated and prepared food to be served at each meeting. Others volunteered to help serve the meals at the First United Methodist Church and clean up.

Club 62+ announces schedule of events for Summer & Fall 2018

12 June 2018

Pratt Community College announces the Summer and Fall 2018 activity schedule for Club 62+ and invites eligible members of the public to participate. Club 62+ is a community organization for residents of Pratt, Kingman, Barber, Kiowa and Stafford counties who are 62 years of age and above.

There is no cost for membership in Club 62+ and benefits include access to exclusive programs and activities, free admission to home sporting events at the college, and waived tuition for any college course (fees and book costs still apply).

PCC alumna featured in gallery

07 October 2015

Mendi Egging, a long-time resident of Pratt, is owner and operator of Mendi Egging Photography, a photography business operating in Pratt and Wichita, KS. Mendi is a graduate of Pratt Community College and Fort Hays State University, where she received a BFA in photography. In college, Mendi developed a passion for a lost art, film photography. Her passion for film photography may not seem important with today’s cameras, but the precision and patience behind it helped her realize that photography is an art form, sometimes lost in a digital age.

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