Pratt Community College will delay 2 hours on Wednesday, October 28 due to inclement weather. Classes and offices will open at 10:00 am. 

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Pratt Community College produces high paid graduates

06 May 2020

Pratt Community College students graduating with an associate’s degree between 2008 and 2017 have a higher first year of employment annual wage than the Kansas community college sector average. This comes from a study done by the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) Foresight 2020 report.

The average annual wage for first time earners who graduated from PCC with an associate’s degree in 2017 is $37,397 which is higher than the Kansas community college sector average of $35,114.

PCC produces highest paid Grads in Kansas for four years straight

01 March 2016

According to new data released by the Kansas Board of Regents, Pratt Community College students graduating with an associate’s degree between 2008 and 2013 have a higher annual wage than the average of associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree graduates in that same time from all Kansas public colleges and universities.

Pratt Community College Produces Highest Paid Grads in State

06 March 2015

According to new data released by the Kansas Board of Regents, Pratt Community College students graduating with an associate’s degree between 2008 and 2012 have a higher annual wage than the average of associate’s degree and bachelor’s degree graduates in that same time from all Kansas public colleges and universities.
 

Pratt Community College Begins Academic Year Confidently

18 August 2014

On Aug. 11, Pratt Community College Board of Trustees Chair Michele Hamm and President Michael Calvert welcomed the faculty back to campus and greeted staff members with a reception and “State of the College” address.

Hamm opened the address and shared her enthusiasm for the new school year.

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