On May 10, 16 members of the Performing Arts Department left Pratt and headed to Tennessee to celebrate another successful semester. The group met with PCC graduate Kellye Pritchett Huesman in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., before enjoying VIP treatment at Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede. The group spent the next few...more
On May 13, Pratt Community College’s Board of Trustees showed their appreciation to President Dr. William Wojciechowski by changing the name of East Hall to Dr. William Wojciechowski Hall.
After working at the college for 24 years, Wojciechowski announced in March that he would be retiring.
Each year Pratt Community College recognizes faculty and staff who have gone above and beyond throughout the school year.
This year, Stephanie Wiese, English instructor at PCC for 13 years, was the recipient of the Professional Higher Education Association Instructor of the Year Award. ...more
One of Pratt Community College’s newest certificate programs had five students not only get certificates of competition in the program, but also become certified on the national level.
PCC’s Farrier Science program brought Ralph Casey in from the Brotherhood of Working Farriers Association to...more
Transform your love for hunting and fishing into a career managing a wildlife enterprise.
Advice for Prospective Students
Being an Electrical Power Lineman is a hard way to make a living. The hours are long, the weather is bad, and your wife and kids will miss seeing you. This isn’t 9 to 5 so don’t get in it if you are looking for that, this is a job.
With all that said, this is the greatest job in the world. We make a difference in everyone’s daily lives. When you throw a switch and a 100,000 people get light back, for that moment you will feel proud you are a lineman.