EPT Director to Speak at T&D Powerskills Training Conference
July 29, 2021

Philip (Dave) Campbell is the Director of the Electrical Power Technology (EPT) program at PCC. He is revered by students training to be linemen for his standards in teaching the craft, safety and work ethic.

He is well-known throughout the industry, as is the EPT program at PCC.

Campbell was invited by T&D Powerskills to be a presenter, alongside Sales Director Jerry Havens, at the T&D Powerskills Training Conference in New Orleans, March 2022. The topic is College Lineworker Programs - How to Serve Your Community.

Havens proudly made the…

Fall 2021 Move-In Information
July 29, 2021

**Please note that this post and flyers were updated on 8/6/2021, as masks are now required on campus starting Aug 9, 2021.

The official Move-In Day at Pratt Community College for the Fall 2021 Semester is August 15, 2021.

The south entrance to the PCC campus will be clearly marked with welcome flags and tents with drive-thru check-in stations. Other entrances will be blocked off.

Family check-in times are set up in two sessions. The first session from 9am-1pm is for last names beginning with A-K and the second session from 1-5pm is for last names L-Z.…

PCC President Interviewed by KSN's Good Day Kansas Show
July 26, 2021

KSN's Summer Road Trip crew made a stop in Pratt, Kansas on their trek across the state to visit Kansas towns. 

News personalities met with members of the Pratt Community at Lemon Park and broadcast live for their 5 and 6pm shows on July 15, 2021.

The Good Day Kansas Crew also stopped by the new Track and Soccer Complex to talk wtih PCC President Dr. Michael Calvert about all the great things happening at Pratt Community College.

New at PCC for the Fall 2021 semester include the return of Men's and Women's Tennis and the Welding Technology program. PCC…

Kansas Promise Scholarship at Pratt Community College
July 20, 2021
Be a PCC Beaver at No Cost Through the Kansas Promise Scholarship It's a great time to make a positive change, come join our close-knit campus community!

You can continue your education on your own schedule, either as a full or part-time student, and get tuition, books, supplies and fees completely covered!

$10 Million are officially allocated to fund education across Kansas at the two-year level through the Kansas Promise Act, signed by Governor Laura Kelly on April 23, 2021.

Eligible areas of study include two-year Associate Degree programs or CTE…
Track and Soccer Complex Management Committee Releases Letter to the Community Regarding New Facility
July 13, 2021

JULY 13, 2021


Track and Soccer Complex (TSC) Management Committee Releases Letter to the Pratt Community Regarding New Facility Funding, Construction and Use

The Track and Soccer Complex (TSC) Management Committee (MC) is comprised of representatives from Pratt Community College and the City of Pratt, appointed by the stakeholders of the TSC.

The funding, creation, management and ongoing maintenance of the TSC is a project of great complexity and magnitude, with several moving parts. This joint statement…

KSN Summer Road Trip Tour to Stop in Pratt, KS
July 13, 2021

Several members of the KSN TV crew will be making a tour stop in Pratt as they travel to Kansas towns this week to broadcast live during their newscasts. It's all a part of the KSN Summer Road Trip tour.

Pratt Community College will be on site where they will be located at Lemon Park, along with the City of Pratt and Pratt Regional Medical Center on July 15, 2021. 

The KSN crew will be broadcasting live at 5pm and 6pm.

Come on out and see us! Follow us on social media and watch for more details!

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PCC Summer Campers Perform Frozen, Jr. Musical
June 29, 2021

About a month before classes and all through the halls… Not a creature was stirring, not even a…

Wait, there was actually a lot of action on campus at PCC with the pitter patter of little feet.

The Performing Arts department held their Summer Music Theatre Camp. For two weeks, campers of all ages rehearsed and practiced their parts for the Frozen musical performance.

Pratt High School students played the lead roles with enthusiastic support from younger campers.

Though the number of campers were reduced this year, Performing Arts Instructor…