• PCC volleyball hosts Butler CC for Sophomore Day on 10/25. First serve will be at 6:30 pm.

PCC Welcomes New Foundation Director

18 July 2013

Ann Ruder is returning to Pratt Community College as the new Foundation Director, and she is on a mission to connect with college students, alumni, and the surrounding community. The Foundation Director is responsible for initiatives related to college funding, grants, scholarships, and alumni engagement.

Ruder's first week on the job included a grant-writing workshop in Haysville, meeting with area banks and attorneys, and preparation for the PCC Student Welcome Picnic in August.

Auto Tech Program Certified

03 July 2013

Congratulations to the Automotive Technology program on receiving a NATEF certification for the next five years, which acknowledges that the program meets national standards of excellence.
The program was first certified through the efforts of Daryl Lucas when he came on board in the early 90's and has remained certified since that time.
Lucas is still an integral part of the program today and serves as the automotive and diesel coordinator.

Delmar Riney Gallery Debuts July Exhibit

01 July 2013

The 'jungle' is in full display during the month of July in the Pratt Community College Delmar Riney Art Gallery. Palm trees, snakes, elephants and monkeys, as well as a variety of children's art projects and photographs from this summer's PCC Summer Music Theatre Camp are featured in the gallery. The camp is a project of PCC Performing Arts and also included two performances of Disney's 'The Jungle Book' on June 21 & 22 in Carpenter Auditorium.

Blood Drive at PCC Yields Large Participation

13 September 2012

Phi Theta Kappa held their Fall Semester Blood Drive on Wednesday with the help and support of over 88 total participants. College students, staff, and faculty were on hand to assist Red Cross workers as well as to donate blood.

The event was organized by PCC's Phi Theta Kappa chapter, Phi Zeta, which sponsored the event. The organizations, along with Hannah Shaw, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Advisor, coordinated with American Red Cross representatives to assure the event went off without any hiccups.

Morris excited to see how horse will do at rodeo

22 September 2011

After taking the summer off to finish training her young horse and get it ready for the college level, Melissa Morris is ready to see how the horse does in the arena.

Holloway juggled job, college to achieve her dreams

10 August 2011

Thinking that college would never be an option for her, Jennifer Holloway worked a couple different minimum wage jobs after high school before becoming a secretary in the business department at Pratt Community College.

Happiest years of Melvin's life take place at PCC

09 August 2011

"My husband and I always say that if we could go back to anytime one period of time in our life, it would be when we were at PCC," said Janae Melvin, 2000 Pratt Community College graduate.

Sneath happy with college choices

28 July 2011

Growing up Elly (Blasi) Sneath always knew two things about her college education: that she would go to Pratt Community College and that she would major in something agriculture related.

Students receive scholarship for enrolling in electrician program

26 July 2011

To help promote the newest program on Pratt's campus, Pratt and Coffeyville community colleges have decided to offer a scholarship for the first 10 students to enroll.

The scholarship, which covers tuition, will be offered to the first 10 students who sign up for the electrician program on Pratt's campus.

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