PCC's Practical Nursing Program to Expand into Hybrid Learning Format

14 October 2021

During the quarterly board meeting with the Kansas State Board of Nursing (KBSN), PCC obtained approval to expand the Practical Nursing (PN-LPN) program into a synchronous-hybrid learning format for the Fall 2022 school year.

This allows Pratt Community College to extend access to the program by delivering live lectures via Zoom to students unable to travel to the Pratt area. Clinicals for LPN students can be completed on campus at PCC, or at an approved health care facility near the student’s location.

Practical Nursing classes also continue to be offered on the Pratt campus.

PCC also recently announced a forming partnership with Barton Community College to facilitate the Associate Degree of Nursing (ADN) training on the Pratt campus, expected to begin in the Fall of 2022.

Strong offerings in the CNA, CMA and Home Health programs in Allied Health also continue at Pratt Community College in face-fo-face and hybrid formats.

PCC is proud to be able to offer a variety of options to help meet the increasing and urgent need for healthcare professionals in Kansas. 

Our Nursing and Allied Health programs also qualify for the Kansas Promise Scholarship, where students can get books, tuition and fees paid for with money allocated from the State of Kansas. Check it out!

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Practical Nursing students at PCC, 2021.
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