Roy Clark Retires from PCC After 23 Years
May 17, 2022

Roy Clark has been an educator for 40 years, and he spent 23 of those years at Pratt Community College.

A retirement reception was held in his honor on campus, where he was recognized for his sense of humor, fondness for the outdoors, talents on the harmonica and unique Bocce Ball umpiring skills. Though Clark is a Math teacher, he says calculating scores at games is not high on his list.

Clark was gifted a book from PCC Instruction titled The Cardinal Way, for his love of the St. Louis Cardinals and a fishing pole from the Pratt Higher Education Association (PHEA)…

2022 Commencement Ceremonies at PCC
May 14, 2022

Pratt Community College held two Commencement ceremonies on campus for the Class of 2022. It was great to host our graduates and their families on campus, so many moments and memories captured at the end of another school year, finishing strong.

It's a great day to be a Beaver!

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ITC Great Plains Awards Scholarships to EPT Students
May 11, 2022

ITC Great Plains is a large utility company in Kansas, operating power transmission infrastructure serving parts of Kansas and Oklahoma. ITC has held a long-standing relationship with the Electrical Power Technology (EPT) program at Pratt Community College, in the form of scholarships for the lineman training program.

They traveled to meet with the 2021-2022 lineman class on campus and award two scholarships at a small reception. The scholarship recipients were chosen with the help of EPT Director Phillip “Dave” Campbell and instructor Jeff Hoffman.

The scholarship…

Notice: Board of Trustees Meeting at 5:30 May 16, 2022
May 06, 2022
Notice: The Board of Trustees meeting at Pratt Community College on May 16, 2022 will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Riney Student Center, Room 312.
PCC Biology Class Partners with KDWP for River Project
May 06, 2022

On Wednesday, April 20th, 2022, Mr. Chambers’ Biology II class, and two students from the WOO program collaborated with biologists from the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks (KDWP) on a project to assess the biological communities on a short stretch of the South Fork Ninnescah just north of Pratt County Lake.

Students had an opportunity to sample the macroinvertebrate community using dip nets and collected fish using an electroshocking technique.  

The project is part of an animal diversity unit in the Biology II curriculum. Support for the project is provided by…

EPT Student Earns Top Graduate Award from Klein Tools
May 06, 2022

2021-2022 Electrical Power Technology (EPT) student Dylon Baum was recognized with a Top Graduate Award from Klein Tools.

EPT Director Phillip "Dave" Campbell and instructor Jeff Hoffman nominated Baum for the Top Graduate Award. Hoffman explains why Dylon was chosen.

"Dylon has been a fine example of what we expect a PCC Lineman to be. Dylon works hard in the lab field and in the classroom, he is on time every time and is eager to learn everything he can to be a successful lineman. Dylon will be working for Custer Public Power in Nebraska, and I have no doubt that…

Pratt Community College to Suspend Practical Nursing (PN) Program
April 27, 2022

APRIL 27, 2022

PRATT, KS. Effective at the conclusion of the Spring 2022 semester, Pratt Community College is suspending its Practical Nursing (PN) program.

The PN program at PCC has maintained a high level of success due to the dedication of its faculty, staff and administration. This is further evidenced by students’ National Council of State Boards Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN) test scores ranking consistently higher than national average pass rates over the past several years. However, continued enrollment and…