Fall 2021 Enrollment Now Open
May 26, 2021

PCC just announced Fall 2021 enrollment information.

See the flyer for tuition and scholarship information for the situation that best suits your need.

Classes begin August 18, 2021

View the 2021 Class Schedule for course offerings and delivery styles.

Contact Admissions to get the enrollment process started! 

Fall 2021 Enrollment Flyer full-size

Face Covering Policy Change Effective May 24, 2021
May 21, 2021

Effective May 24 through August 1st, 2021 face coverings are recommended, not required, to be worn throughout campus and in college vehicles unless physical/social distancing cannot be maintained. Campus facility capacities, other than classrooms, will be capped at 40% during the summer or through August 1. Classrooms will continue to maintain six-feet distancing and spaces arranged accordingly.
Pratt Community College continues to manage the risk of COVID-19 and diligently operate during a global pandemic; considering and responding to local, state, and national regulations…

PCC Summer Hours 2021
May 20, 2021

Summer 2021 hours for campus offices at Pratt Community College have been designated as follows: 
Summer hours begin Monday, May 24, 2021 and will extend through Friday, July 30, 2021.
Operating hours are: 

7:45 a.m. – 5:15 p.m.  Monday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Fridays 

Please plan accordingly for the short business day on Fridays. 

For more information about PCC please call 620-672-5641. For information about enrollment and campus visits please contact the admissions office at 620-450-2217.

PCC and Cowley College Dissolve Nursing Partnership
May 20, 2021

PCC Nursing programs will no longer be offered at the Winfield, KS campus location in partnership with Cowley College. The faculty, staff and incoming students have been notified.

Per PCC President Dr. Calvert:

“By mutual agreement, the collaborative partnership between Pratt Community College and Cowley College to offer the ADN and LPN Nursing Programs will be officially dissolved at the end of this current academic year. Pratt Community College has appreciated the opportunity to deliver the nursing curriculum since 2004 and thanks Cowley College and their administration for…

PCC Honors Scoreboard Sponsors at New Sports Complex
May 20, 2021

The skies were clear with a nice breeze overhead as Pratt Community College took on Central Community College during an afternoon of intense soccer matches.

PCC took the pre-game opportunity to thank Pratt businesses for sponsoring the new scoreboard at the brand-new track and field and soccer complex.

Maydew-Thibault Optometry and Eck Services were announced as the scoreboard sponsors on the field and presented with soccer balls signed by PCC’s student athletes in the soccer program.

Athletic Director Tim Swartzendruber is thankful for the support that made the…

Rocky Robinson Named PHEA Teacher of the Year
May 18, 2021

An outstanding instructor is recognized by the Pratt Higher Education Association during Commencement every year.

The VP of Instruction Monette Depew announced Rocky Robinson as the winner of the PHEA Teacher of the Year, just before many of his students officially graduated from his Wildlife Outfitting and Operations program.

Rocky Robinson announced as PHEA Teacher of the Year, PCC Commencement, May 2021.

Robinson began teaching at PCC in the Fall of 2018 and is a campus favorite for his hands-on, off-campus approach. There is nothing that he and his students…

PCC Faculty Put on Science Show for Skyline 5th Graders
May 17, 2021

PCC Physical Science instructor Paul Primrose created a science show when his oldest was in fifth grade. He was teaching at Baylor University in West, Texas at the time.

The grand finale at the show, inspired by Primrose’s wife, was the creation of dry-ice ice cream and was met with hefty approval from this particular age group.

Primose was inspired to do another Science Show recently, with the help of fellow science faculty and students.

"Getting to rope some high school students or college students into coming along has likely been my second greatest joy; we started…