High School Portfolio Day March 22, 2022
March 16, 2022

High school seniors are invited to share digital portfolios for critique and feedback with Art faculty at PCC! This event takes place on March 22, 2022.

Meet virtually with Art instructors Valarie Dellrocco or Dave Freeman, who are available to meet with students via Zoom to discuss student works on March 22, 2022.

This is a wonderful opportunity for high school seniors to get to meet with PCC faculty and share their Art portfolio! Art scholarships are also available.

Register online and pick a time on March 22, 2022.

PCC Performing Arts Presents The Wizard of Oz
March 14, 2022

You may recall in December 2021, PCC held open auditions for roles of all ages for the Performing Arts production of The Wizard of Oz.
The roles have been cast, the costuming and stage decorations are bursting with color and creativity, and now the time is near for the show to blossom on campus at Carpenter Auditorium on campus at PCC April 1-3, 2022.
And now there is a fun dinner option for the show on Saturday, April 2nd.
See show times and details for the Over the Rainbow Dinner Theatre:
April 1 at 7:30pm
April 2 at 7:30pm…

PCC Announces New EPT Support Specialist Program
March 10, 2022


MARCH 10, 2022

Pratt Community College has an outstanding Electrical Power Technology (EPT) lineman training program with four campus locations across Kansas in Pratt, Wichita, Dodge City and Coffeyville.

Brand new for Fall 2022, Pratt Community College announces an additional pathway available on the Pratt campus, the Electrical Power Technology Support Specialist (EPTSS) program.

The EPTSS program provides students with broader career options that do not involve aspects of EPT lineman training, such as pole climbing. There are numerous…

PCC Hosts 17 Area Schools for Academic Olympics
March 02, 2022

More than 500 high school students filled Dennis Lesh Sports Arena at Pratt Community College to participate in the annual Academic Olympics event. Area high schools are invited to PCC to “compete” against one another academically.

Students take written tests and submit entries in a variety of categories, judged by PCC faculty and staff. Testing categories include English, Math, Sciences, Foreign Language, Animal Science, Creative Writing, Journalism and many others.

The PCC Automotive program offered a parts identification exercise, hosted by instructors and current students…

Face Coverings at PCC Recommended, not Required Effective February 22, 2022
February 22, 2022

Effective today, February 22, 2022, face coverings are recommended, not required, to be worn throughout campus and in college vehicles.

A face covering and/or social distancing may be required in designated campus locations (classrooms, meeting rooms, office areas, etc.) as determined by a campus official (faculty, staff, administrator).

Please act responsibly and respectfully around others and continue to social distance while you are on the Pratt Community College campus.

The College strongly encourages everyone to get vaccinated and stay current with vaccinations as…

Campus Closed Thursday, February 17, 2022
February 16, 2022

Due to inclement weather, the campus at Pratt Community College is closed on Thursday, February 17, 2022 and classes are cancelled.

PCC Hosts All-Girl Welding Clinic at Kingman High School
February 15, 2022

Pratt Community College hosted an all-girl Welding clinic at Kingman High School.

The clinic was hosted by PCC Welding Technology instructors Jason Birkenbaugh and Daryl Lucas and current Pratt CC welding students.

While all students are invited to check out our outstanding Welding Technology programs, some need a little more of a welcome to get comfortable. And the young ladies had no problem jumping right in! 

The All Girl Clinic allows PCC to expose students to a career they may not have considered before, while also adding valuable life experience no matter which…