University description (as per official university website)
Pratt Community College is located in the heart of south central Kansas. Approximately 70 miles west of Wichita, Kansas, our campus is located one half mile north of Highway 54 on Highway 61. The City of Pratt has a population of 6,500 and has abundant shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities.
Founded in 1938, PCC is a two-year public, comprehensive community college and an area vocational school.
PCC is situated on an 80-acre campus. The main campus facility, completed in 1968, houses the administrative and student services offices, classrooms, learning resource center, Carpenter Auditorium, Delmar Riney Art Gallery and the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena.
The campus also includes a vocational classroom facility, indoor and outdoor rodeo facilities, an automotive technology facility, the Riney Student Conference Center, Stanion Indoor Baseball/Softball Practice Facility, Stanion Baseball Field, the recently expanded Center for Electrical Power Technology and Chandler Hall - a nursing/allied health and arts building - completed in 2003.
Programs of study:
Accounting and Business
Agriculture Power Technology
Arts and Communication
Education and Social Science
Electrical Power Technology
Health, Physical Education and Recreation
Mathematics and Sciences
Nursing and Allied Health
Information Networking Systems
The administration, faculty, and staff at Pratt Community College believe in quality education. They also realize that financial assistance is necessary to make education possible for many students. PCC participates in student financial aid programs funded by the federal government . In addition, scholarships are available through PCC.
Pratt Community College has many scholarship possibilities for students:
Academic and Departmental Scholarships
Earn a College Scholarship
Laura E. Porter Trust
Miss America Waterford Crystal Scholarship
Novotny Family Memorial
Pratt County High School Senior Grant
Presidential Above and Beyond