Campus Closed Thursday, February 3, 2022
February 02, 2022

The campus at Pratt Community College will continue to be closed on Thursday, February 3, 2022 and classes are cancelled due to inclement weather. Stay safe and warm.

Weather Announcement - Campus Closed Wed, Feb 2
February 01, 2022

Due to inclement weather, the campus at Pratt Community College will be closed Wed, February 2, 2022 and all classes are cancelled. 

  Conditions will continue to be monitored for Thursday February 3 and students, faculty and staff will be notified in the event of any further cancellations or delays.
Transfer Scholarships Now Available
January 21, 2022

PCC transfer scholarships are endowed funds set up for graduating students who intend to continue their education. A variety of scholarships are available.

 Transfer Scholarships applications are available during the Spring semester each year to graduating students through the eCentral portal.

Fall 2022 deadline to apply: April 15, 2022.

Click here to view Transfer Scholarships that are available.

Macksville Students Earn OSHA 10 Certifications
January 20, 2022

Five high school students from Macksville, KS earned OSHA 10 safety certifications through Pratt Community College.

The students are enrolled in Welding and Ag Power Technology courses, and an OSHA 10 safety certification gives them an important start in industry.

Jessica Neeland oversees the program at USD 351 Macksville.

“OSHA-10 is a lifetime certification, meaning they will not have to renew it. This certification will open up new opportunities for these students even while they are in high school. After passing this course they also have a new understanding of…

PCC Faculty Meet with Students at Wichita Car Show
January 19, 2022

Pratt Community College Automotive Technology instructors had the opportunity to meet with high school students, their instructors and the general public at the Cars for Charities Rod and Custom Car Show at Century II in Wichita, KS.

PCC Faculty gave an entertaining back-and-forth banter as their presentation, discussing the opinionated pros and cons of the technology between a 1931 Model A Sports Coupe and a 2021 Mach E Ford Mustang.

PCC faculty Phil Spillman (left) and Daryl Lucas (right).

The Model A Sports Coupe is a personal vehicle, and first…

High School Automotive Students Earn ASE Certifications through PCC
January 06, 2022

Two PCC Automotive Technology students earned certifications from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) in Steering and Suspension.

Mitchell Partridge (left) is a senior at Norwich High School and Tanner Clark (right) is a senior at Kingman High School.

Both are taking Career Technical Education (CTE) courses through Pratt Community College, which allow students the opportunity to get a jump start on a career by earning college credit and certifications while still in high school.

PCC Automotive Technology instructor Tyler Wells…

Prosser Retires from PCC After 41 Years
January 04, 2022

Lorraine Prosser spent 41 years with Pratt Community College.

During her time at PCC, she held positions in the offices of the Registrar, Admissions, Financial Aid, and was most recently always a friendly face at the Switchboard, also known as PCC’s grand central station.

A retirement reception was held in her honor on campus to wish her well in her next chapter.

Lorraine plans to work on her health and spend time with family and loved ones. We are grateful to Lorraine and her many years of service at PCC!