WalletHub, an award-winning personal finance company with experts who help people save money, sampled 668 schools from member institutions in the American Association of Community Colleges. This national sampling produced a ranked list of institutions of which Pratt Community College came in at the 18th position for two-year post-secondary institutions.
Primary factors used by WalletHub to compile the 2023 Best and Worst Community Colleges included financing, cost, education, and career outcomes. These units are key for prospective students when considering what college to attend—based on the metrics applied, Pratt Community College excelled in all areas, reflecting the institution’s mission, vision, and institutional aims.
“These categories (WalletHub) certainly fit our institutional aims well and reflect the hard work that all of you have done to support these aims. Thank you for all your work in recruiting, retaining, instructing, training, and assisting our students toward their ultimate goals,” said Dr. Michael Calvert, Pratt Community College president, to the campus community.
Pratt Community College offers 52 academic and technical degree options to choose from and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The mission of Pratt Community College is to maximum student learning, individual and workforce development, high quality instruction and service, and community enrichment.